MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon Review

3D Mark Fire Strike

MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon Review

3D Mark Fire Strike

Wahoo. Our first real change in the set order of results. The Carbon blasts up the charts in 3D Mark Fire Strike.

MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon Review  

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06-01-2017, 05:18:14

Peace
For the dual sound processors offering two sound sources, I can imagine a streamer's setup, where you want to have your game sound over your headset and some music in the background via speakers. When I stream sometimes and I feel like turning on some music, it's kinda tough to get the right balance. Sometimes I only want the audience to hear the music but not myself. To achieve this scenario you'd need some hard to understand software or this motherboard. Simply set the voice recognition or your mic's sensitivity to a level where it can record the music coming from the speakers, while you can completely focus on the game's sound, because your headset covers your ears from the speaker's music.

Other than that... Maybe not having to swap any cables or disable the headset in Windows' audiomixer, if you want to watch a movie with le girlfriend?Quote

12-02-2017, 11:09:29

EdoCarbo93
Hi everyone, I'm looking to buy a new motherboard for my gaming PC. I found the MSI carbon PRO Z270 very complete ad good looking so I decided to use as boot drive the Corsair MP500 M.2 120GB. Does anyone know if these two components are compatible together and if this M.2 can be used as boot drive? thanksQuote

12-02-2017, 13:06:13

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by EdoCarbo93 View Post
Hi everyone, I'm looking to buy a new motherboard for my gaming PC. I found the MSI carbon PRO Z270 very complete ad good looking so I decided to use as boot drive the Corsair MP500 M.2 120GB. Does anyone know if these two components are compatible together and if this M.2 can be used as boot drive? thanks
Should work fine if youre using Windows 10Quote

01-03-2017, 20:47:36

BucketInABucket
Is it possible to peel off the faux carbon on the heatsinks to leave just black?Quote
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