The mobo is distinguished by its black style, which is complemented by dark heatsinks. It also contains an I/O shield, which has already been installed on the board.
According to the features of the MPG Edge Wi-Fi, MSI appears to use a nice number of M.2 storage options available on this board - four - that I find most impressive about it, not its design.
The board design is excellent btw. Nice aesthetics and loads of options.
The CPU is powered directly by a 16+1+1 power stage via two 8-pin CPU power connections, which are connected to the motherboard. It is cooled by employing CNC-cut aluminum slabs that are connected by a heat pipe to keep it cool.
This cooling system extends all the way to the I/O panel located on the rear panel of the computer. Otherwise, we have the conventional arrangement of four 4-pin fan headers (for a total of seven) and two 3-pin RGB LED headers.