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MSI MEG X570 Ace
« on: December 06, 2019, 03:17:59 PM »

Meet the MSI MEG X570 Ace
MSI's MEG X570 Ace is a premium ATX motherboard designed for latest-generation Ryzen CPUs, brimming with creature comforts.


Infinity Mirror
The board is mostly black and devoid of ornament. The key bling is uniquely MSI, though: an RGB "infinity mirror" located over the rear I/O shroud. It's a four-sided, funky-shaped panel that's an optical illusion; it suggests you've got a little LED-lit, bottomless abyss poised next to your CPU.

The Overclocking Knob
You can overclock this board without even touching the BIOS by simply twisting a little knob in one corner. MSI's Game Boost Knob, like any good mythical guitar amplifier, can be cranked up to 11.

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The Full Board View
As for the basics, the MEG X570 Ace has four RAM DIMM slots (the board supports up to 128GB via 32GB modules), three PCI Express x16 expansion slots, and two physical PCI Express x1 slots.

Prime-Time M.2
The M.2 slots are easy to access simply by removing a single screw on each heatsink. All three support the new 4.0 iteration of PCI Express, so far available only on X570-based motherboards.

The Rear I/O
Beyond support for Wi-Fi 6, the internet connectivity is top-notch, with two wired Ethernet jacks, one using a Realtek RTL8125 controller and supporting speeds of up to 2.5Gbps. The other jack is backed by a more mainstream Intel WGI211AT gigabit NIC. The rear I/O panel also has eight USB ports, four of which are USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, and one additional USB 3.1 Gen 2 port is available via an internal header.


A Dark Build
This motherboard has a lot going for it. It has a solid thermal solution for keeping its most important hardware assets from overheating, an easy-to-use BIOS, and an excellent networking solution. The secondary attributes could use some more shine, though. For one, the board doesn't look particularly impressive (discounting the small infinity mirror), with relatively few RGB LEDs.