MSI MPG B650 Carbon WIFI review

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On this page, you can observe the motherboard paired with the Ryzen 7 7700X. Socket LGA1718 with that number means the number of pins means many pin contact points right there. We paired this review with a G.Skill DDR5 kit rated 6000 MHz CL30 based on two DIMM modules, making this a great pick. 


However, an essential aspect is a board itself, which is based on the new Intel B650 chipset and has a slew of advanced features that promise to be a high-performance model that leaves nothing on the table. The motherboard is equipped with big aluminum heatsinks over the power delivery, which should allow for adequate cooling of the electrical components underneath. System memory is provided by four DDR4 DIMM slots, each of which will support EXPO SPD overclocking and will support capacities of up to 128 GB.


The primary and secondary PCIe x16 (Gen4) slot is surface-mountable.

  • one PCIe 4.0 x16 slot (from the processor, maximum mode x16);
  • one PCIe 4.0 x16 slot (from the chipset, maximum mode x16);
  • one PCIe 3.0 x1 slot (from the chipset).



The PCH heatsink (chipset) is also covered with a dark palette heatsink and has the board primary features carved on the surface. In addition, there are six SATA III ports on the board. In addition, there is a Realtek audio system installed on the isolated side of the PCB.


This MPG Carbon is equipped with a dual 8-pin connector that supplies power to the CPU socket, as well as a 16+2+1-phase digital power supply system consisting. Inside the packaging, we find many accessories, including SATA cables, RGaB extensions.  The CPU is supplied with electricity through two 12V inputs tucked away in the corner of the mobo. Just connecting one 8-pin is enough.

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