Unlike many other Z370 models. MSI has been very fond of the Gaming Pro Carbon range that has a design that is different from the Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon. From outside to contain new things, so that technology people who can manually install the machine at home will experience many interesting.
The difference is that the upgrade comes right from the box. According to our review, this time MSI made the box in a simple but cool style with RGB LED strip running on a certain part of the motherboard but quite like the backlight of a supercar. This design gives viewers a lot of curiosity without being directly exposed to the product.
The shell is thick, firm with 2 floors. The upper floor is the main tray, the lower floor is the cabin without accessories. On the Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, the number of accessories is a bit more than the previous version, especially the appearance of Wifi + Bluetooth card.
When we first looked at the Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC motherboard, we felt quite comfortable with the new design. The massive I / O cover comes from the X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, which keeps the high-end look of the motherboard. This is also the part that is described on the outside of the box so we will expect the light show to come from this position more than the whole. The heatsink system on the VRM circuit is made quite seamless and matches directly to the I / O Cover, not as fragmented as the previous Z270. With the black, silver color is very similar to the metal shape like the details in the car engine. This I / O cluster and heatsink convinced us at first sight.
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In contrast, the heatsink at PCH seems to be a bit monotonous, though it’s also rugged with angular edges that combine with carbon to look great. Anyway, if you intend to use this motherboard, the user’s graphics cards will almost always cover the heatsink plate so almost we will not see once it has been put into the system. Therefore, it is possible that many real players will not care about this piece of aluminum.
In the rest, there are not too many changes, mostly minor changes such as the redesign of the black M.2 Shield instead of gloss as before, the system looks a lot cooler than with the old.
Just like the old version, the PCIe slots for the PCIe are all metal-coated, which is very resistant to interference, and gives the motherboard a bit more power. The number of slots of the Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC compared to the old version is also constant. For the I / O area, it is no wonder that the number of ports is not changing much, only DVI-D ports are replaced by DP. This also demonstrates the tendency to use display connectivity in the market is gradually tilted to the high-end connection types such as HDMI 4.0 few DP 1.4.
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