MSI launches MAG B460 Torpedo At Budget-friendly Motherboard Market
by Rustam Iqbal
MSI is always welcomed warmly by the games because the gimmick is anticipated to form the basis for a desktop computer with a game development degree. So if someone wants to come down with all the details of the latest launch, we have already maintained the full platter.
The company carried out its MAG B460 Torpedo, a Socket LGA1200 motherboard premised on the Intel B460 chipset. It signifies the release of the latest "Torpedo" promotional strategy, which is part of the product siblings of Arsenal Gaming, positioned a smidge underneath Tomahawk. The company has produced significant add-ons for the Tomahawk augmentation over the past number of years, pushing its regular pricing up and features such as dual Ethernet, the rear I / O shield, etc.
This motherboard makes it straightforward inside the ATX form-factor. The board receives energy from a combination of ATX 24-pin and EPS 8-pin power connectors and manages the CPU using a 13-phase VRM. The VRM heat spreaders look relatively slimmer than that one. The tiny SATA connector over the PCH is challenging to avoid.
Intel LGA 1200 processors, that is, members of the Comet Lake-S family currently may be built. In the form of four modules, the device can use up to 128 GB of DDR4-2933/266/2400/2133 RAM. When integrating drives, there are six standard SATA 3.0 ports and two M.2 adapters with assistance for SSD configurations with a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface. There are two PCIe 3.0 x16 slots for discrete graphics propulsion systems. You will install two more expansion cards in PCIe 3.0 x1 slots.
The Realtek RTL8125B 2.5GbE coordinator is designed for linking to the computer network, implementing up to 2.5 Gb / s bandwidth. The Realtek ALC1200 7.1 codec is used for the audio power system.
Then there was a missile, bazooka, and tomahawk in the MSI Arsenal Gaming squad, Today there is a torpedo. The motherboard for Intel 10th generation Comet Lake-S processors were recently revealed by the company, continuing its support of the military-themed model names.
With a 13-phase power supply subsystem and a single 8-pin EPS power connector, it will debut deliver juice to your best CPU, in line with the standard ATX form factor. The presence of four DDR4 RAM slots appears to mean the DDR4-2933 brain can be managed by the motherboard subject to a maximum of 128 GB.
The motherboard’s battery packs consist of six SATA III ports with RAID 0-, 1, 5- and 10-array support and two M.2-slots. Its strengthening capacity isn't too unkempt. The company was built on the motherboard two PCIe 3.0 x16 slots, and two PCIe 3.0 x1 slots. The first PCIe 3.0 port, for example, runs at x16 and is connected directly to the Comet Lake-S graphics card. The second PCIe 3.0 slot is restricted to x4, though, because its chipset powers it.
Suppose you are involved in using the Harvard architecture from your Comet Lake-S chip. In that case, the motherboard provides one HDMI port and one DisplayPort production for your showcases. The first allows international agreements of up to 4096 x 2190 at refresh rates of 30Hz, and the latter does 4096 x 2304 at 60 Hz.
The motherboard comes with a dedicated, 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet port facilitated by the Realtek RTL8125B controller. The rear panel consists of a mixture of PS/2 socket, two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, five 3.5 mm audio jacks, and an S / PDIF optical outcome.
Two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C headers, one USB 3.2 Gen 1 header, and two USB 2.0 headers expand the port size even further.
The company had not divulged the retail prices for the MAG’s motherboard. Nevertheless, CompSource has back down the motherboard for $116.25, making it just a bit more affordable than the MAG’s Tomahawk, which currently sells for $139.99.