MSI Announces Mini-ITX B350I PRO AC Motherboard For Ryzen Muscle In Small But Mighty Form Factors

MSI B350I Pro AC For Ryzen
More AMD RYZEN love is being announced at CES 2018, this time from prominent motherboard maker MSI. Small form factor (SFF) PCs can be fantastic build projects. They significantly decrease the footprint of your PC, often without compromising performance, whether it’s to accommodate confining dorm-living or a convenient portable build for LAN and eSports gaming. But first you need a strong but diminutive foundation. Enter the MSI Mini-ITX B350 PRO AC motherboard for RYZEN.

The Mini-ITX B350 PRO AC is an AM4 socket motherboard for RYZEN processors and is packed with a surprising array of features for its super small Mini-ITX stature. It features a powerful 9-phase PWM design (6+2+1), which has yet to be found on any competing boards. Builders will also appreciate the military grade components used for durability. The board offers DDR4 Boost, which promises, “a perfectly stable system under any condition with top performance,” the company ensures.

MSI B350I Pro AC For Ryzen motherboard

On the connectivity side, we have DisplayPort, HDMI-out and 2x pin headers to add a little bling with your favorite RGB strips. In addition, the new Mini-ITX B350 B350 PRO AC motherboard also comes with Mystic Light, so system LED colors can be changed while setting lighting effects.  

MSI also entices builders even further with Wi-Fi connectivity built-in, boasting a “flawless network experience.” The board features Turbo M.2 for high-speed NVMe storage solutions and Lightning USB 3.1 Gen2 for transferring files posthaste.

Ryzen’s competitive costs, when compared to Intel, make it a compelling platform for any SFF build, be it for productivity or play. MSI is no slouch in the motherboard game, making the new Mini-ITX ITX B350 PRO AC for socket AM4 a hot product to watch.

Pricing and availability to be announced, likely time with a CES 2018 hands-on unveil.



Via:  MSI
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