If you are searching for a unique looking motherboard to build a system with, the X370 XPower Gaming Titanium will certainly stand out in a lit system. As for the technical details, the board will handle up to DDR-3200 and supports CrossfireX and SLI on its pair of 16x PCIe 3.0 slots, with an additional four PCIe 2.0 slots for other peripherals, a single 4x and three 1x. You can install two M.2 SSDs, either SATA or NVMe and there is a U.2 slot as well in addition to a half dozen bog standard SATA ports.
"For our next X370 review we move on-wards to MSI with their grand X370 XPower Gaming Titanium. This top of the line Ryzen motherboard is stylish alright, wrapped in that Titanium look and feel the motherboard has a feature set that impresses, this motherboard might be a very nice match for your Ryzen series 5 or 7 processor."
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