MSI X370 XPOWER Gaming Titanium Preview

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Neutral colour schemes are very much in vogue and the MSI X370 Titanium is no exception following the Z270 Titanium in an all-silver look. It's slightly surprising that they haven't included their Mystic Light technology that has shone so brightly on other MSI motherboards we've looked at of late. Of course we know that such a noticeable scheme is a little bit love it/hate it when compared to the more black and more black monochrome schemes, but we like it. It's particularly great as a backdrop to all the slot armour that is included on both the DIMM and PCI express slots of the Titanium, as well as the M.2 Shield which helps to keep your M.2 drive cool by acting as a direct contact heat spreader. Connectivity is well catered for too, as the Titanium supports front panel USB 3.0 and front panel USB 3.1, which is slowly making its way onto the latest chassis. With two M.2 slots, a U.2 socket and six SATA 3 ports there certainly isn't a lack of places to connect your drive collection.

We will be bringing you our full review of the MSI X370 XPOWER Gaming Titanium soon, in the meantime you can discuss it on the OC3D Forums.

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22-03-2017, 09:18:00

Avet
Crazy as ever Tom. Other reviewers are just not cutting it. They have kinda boring videos. I love your camera. It is making your life so difficult.

Looking forward for a full review. I really like how this board looks. It is really unique. I hope MSI does proper job this time.Quote

22-03-2017, 14:35:57

Dicehunter
This board is screaming out for a S.H.I.E.L.D themed build Quote

22-03-2017, 20:02:34

AlienALX
Price and dragon. The only two things I do not like about this board.Quote

22-03-2017, 21:52:41

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Price and dragon. The only two things I do not like about this board.
I don't mind the dragon.

What I do mind is price vs features.. it's nearly identical with everything like the Carbon Pro. And imo that board looks better, but I don't mind the look of this one.Quote

23-03-2017, 06:28:17

Avet
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I don't mind the dragon.

What I do mind is price vs features.. it's nearly identical with everything like the Carbon Pro. And imo that board looks better, but I don't mind the look of this one.
That worries me to. It is even more expensive than CH6, and yet it has less features. And MSI doesn't have that good reputation to justify the high price. Apart from the unique look I don't see their idea for the high price.

We should w8 for the reviews to come out to have more clear picture.Quote
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