MSI is the world leader in designing hardware for games, is pleased to announce two new boards based micro ATX Gaming, the B150M Bazooka PLUS and B150M Arctic Mortar With Turbo M.2 (32 Gb / s, Gen3 x4) and USB 3.1 Gen1 type C that provides more connectivity options and a plethora of enhancement features of the gaming experience, these new motherboards micro ATX are designed for players looking for a small computer for games to get the best gaming experience and performance.
The DDR4 Boost technology is available, providing maximum performance and stability while also offering enhanced compatibility with memory. LAN Gaming Audio Boost and helps ensure that you have an advantage over enemies on the battlefield, ready to always finish above them.
The B150M Mortar Arctic is not just a better version of normal Mortar model, this special edition comes with a complete PCB design in white and has an impressive Arctic camouflage for the sink and the design of the IO cover. With great attention to detail, B150M Mortar Arctic offers not only in terms of specifications and features, but manages to bring something truly unique to the motherboard segment B150.
With a new design with a heat sink stronger, more black and white, and enhanced features such as Steel Armor, Turbo M.2 and USB 3.1 Gen1 type C, the new motherboard B150M Bazooka PLUS is ready to establish a new standard in the segment of the gaming motherboard micro ATX format and B150 Intel chipset. With Audio Boost technologies and LAN Gaming offering special features for games adapted to the most demanding gamers, the new Bazooka PLUS motherboard is ready to meet any player.
With the new MSI GAMING plates it is possible to enjoy a system boot and application load incredibly fast and games. MSI offers a whole new generation of storage media high speed through Turbo M.2. Turbo M.2 transfers data through a PCI Express 3.0 x4 interface up to 32 Gb / s, which is 5 times faster than SATA 3.0 solutions. With Turbo U.2 card system, fitting in an M.2 slot, the new motherboards also support the highest and best performance SSDs like the Intel 750 series with support for NVMe. The data transfer speeds have never been faster.
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on June 24, 2016
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