Both of MSI’s newly released gaming motherboards for the domestic market make use of the AMD B650 chipset. These motherboards were released by MSI. Both are a part of the “MPG EDGE” line and have an attractive heat sink that is coated in white silver. The creation of a computer with a white aesthetic would benefit tremendously from the utilisation of this heat sink. In addition, the network capabilities include a 2.5 Gigabit LAN that is supplied by Realtek RTL8125BG, as well as wireless LAN functionality that is supplied by AMD Wi-Fi 6E. Both of these components are supplied by Realtek.
An example of a Mini-ITX motherboard is the “MPG B650I EDGE WIFI,” which features a server-grade 10-layer PCB with 2-ounce copper layers, an 80A SPS, a direct 8+2+1 phase power circuit, and an 80A SPS. In addition to that, this motherboard has built-in support for wireless Internet connectivity. Memory slots include DDR5-6600 x 2 with a maximum capacity of 64 GB, M.2 x 2, SATA 3.0 x 4 with a single PCI Express 4.0 (x16) socket, and Realtek ALC4080. Both SATA 3.0 x 4 and PCI Express 4.0 (x16) x 4 are available as storage slot options. The display output supports HDMI version 1, the most recent version available. The MPG B650 EDGE WIFI is an ATX motherboard that boasts a server-grade 6-layer printed circuit board (PCB), an 80A SPS dual-rail system, a 14+2+1 phase power circuit, and a 2oz copper layer.
Additionally, this motherboard supports WiFi connectivity. In addition to that, the motherboard has a layer of copper that weighs 2 ounces. The audio chip is a Realtek ALC4080, and the expansion slot is a PCI Express 4.0 (x16) x 1. There is also a PCI Express 4.0 (x2/x16 form) x 1 slot, as well as a PCI Express 3.0 (x1) x 1 slot. The storage consists of SATA 3.0 x 6, M.2 (PCI Express 5.0 x 4) x 1, M.2 (PCI Express 4.0 x 4) x 2, and M.2 (PCI Express 5.0 x 4). On the monitor output, there is a port that is compatible with HDMI as well as a connector that is compatible with DisplayPort.