For around $150 the MSI Krait Gaming motherboard is a decent deal for anyone building a computer around an LGA 1151 Intel processor. With three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots and an additional three PCIe 3.0 1x slots you have a lot of space to install additional cards. The storage is equally expansive with six SATA 6Gbps ports as well as two M.2 slots for newer generation SSDs and there are a total of 16 USB ports split between 3.0 and 2.0 including a Type-C port. The overclocking potential is also impressive, [H]ard|OCP easily configured their i7-7600K to run at 5.1GHz with memory at 3600MHz. Overall the board is a great mix of price and features and well worth considering.
"While it is generally the flagship motherboards that grab the most attention, it's the midrange offerings that see the most sales. MSI's Z270 Krait Gaming motherboard is one of those bread and butter type offerings. It has everything the gamer needs without the unnecessary and expensive fluff."
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Looks awesome technically, I
Looks awesome technically, I hate the graphics on the motherboard