Threadripper boards are expensive and the MSI MEG X399 Creation is no exception and Guru 3D takes a look to see if it is a good value. This eATX board sports four PCIe 16x slots and a pair of PCIe 1x slots, support for up to eight DIMMs of DDR4-3600 and three M.2 ports, not counting the M.2 Xpander-Aero PCIe add-in card looks like a GPU but instead adds an additional four M.2 ports. That barely scratches the surface of what the MEG has to offer; more will be revealed to you if you visit Guru 3D.
"For Ryzen Threadripper 2000 MSI released a new motherboard which we review, their MEG X399 Creation. The board is stylish, loaded with features has subtle LED effects, terrific WIFI and obviously off…"
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Buildzoid Lusts after MEG’s
Buildzoid Lusts after MEG’s VRMs! He hates the Name but the VRM’s are OK.
He has a YouTube channel,
He has a YouTube channel, suddenly he’s the only overclocker out there.
The Guru3D link in the first
The Guru3D link in the first paragraph is to HardOCP for a different board. The proper link:
D’oh, thanks for catching
D'oh, thanks for catching that.