|商品尺寸||34.8 x 26.92 x 7.87 cm; 1.27 公斤|
|电池||1 锂金属电池 需要电池。|
|CPU 核心数||LGA 1151|
MSI 微星 Z370 游戏 虚拟现实 64GB DDR4 ATX 主机板 ATX
- Supports 8th Generation Intel Core, Pentium, and Celeron Processors for Socket LGA 1151
- Intel Z370 Express Chipset
- Form Factor: ATX
- 4 x DDR4 memory slots supporting up 64GB
- Supports 2-Way NVIDIA SLI
Intel LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard. Z370 Chipset. PC PRO Series. Coffee color PCB. Support up to 64GB DDR4 (4 DIMMs), Dual Channel. 2-Way CrossFire support. 1 M.2 slots. USB 3.0 (4 on Real IO & 4 via header).Realtek ALC892 Codec Audio.RTL 8111H LAN Chip. DVI, HDMI, & VGA video output.
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No. The answer is so much simpler (and more irritating) than that. See, everything you read about this motherboard says that it "supports" the new 9th generation Intel chips with a BIOS update. Nowhere does it tell you that the computer will not boot, AT ALL, without this BIOS update. It will not even POST! If you're upgrading your mobo in an existing system with an 8th core processor, you'll love this board. If you're updating your mobo and processor but you still have a working 8th gen on hand, you'll be perfectly fine once you run the BIOS update. But if you're like me and you're doing a new build with the latest processor (technically mine is an upgrade from a Core2Duo system, so it's functionally a brand-new build as everything had to be replaced), this board WILL NOT WORK. You will have to borrow an 8th gen processor from a friend and run the BIOS update, or buy a Z390 motherboard. Those are your only choices if you're set on building with a new 9th generation chip.
In summary, if this is for a new build or rebuild with an 8th generation Intel processor, enjoy. If you're buying this for your first build and/or multi-generation update with the new 9th generation processors, FIND ANOTHER BOARD. THE Z370s ARE NOT SHIPPING WITH THE BIOS UPDATE IN PLACE. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH. PCpartspicker will tell you it's compatible, and it is -- ONLY after the update. If this review saves even just one other person from going through the hair-pulling frustration I went through when every Google search told me this board was "compatible" but the stupid thing wouldn't boot, then my work here is done.
(Review note: I'm not taking off any stars for the fact that I had to return this board. It's not the manufacturer's fault that English is a screwy language and "compatible" can mean both "works instantly" and "can be made to work". The -1 star is from the positioning of the SATA connections, which are in line with the PCIe x16 slot. If you're using any real gaming card, like my GTX 1060 6gb, the SATA connections end up behind the card. I have tiny little girl hands and a spacious computer case and I still found it difficult to plug in more drives once the video card was installed.)
Just beware, DO A BIOS UPDATE BEFORE INSTALLING WINDOWS! In my case it messed up my windows install or it could have been a coincidence(most likely not). The Bios update seems to affect windows and makes it unbootable requiring a complete reinstall which I had to do. But apart from that this board is incredible.
Received a refurbished MB back within 2 weeks. So far, so good. Upon installing the refurbished MB and setting things up... no go. Same issue. I checked the MB serial number from my original box (I kept it) against the refurbished MB and they were different. That's how I determined I received a refurbished MB. I discovered that my RAM "A Channel" on my refurbished MB was dead. Had to place both RAM sticks in the B channel to be able to boot.
I contacted MSI back and got a lot of run around. They finally asked me if I wanted to RMA the refurbished MB and I said yes. They never sent me the new RMA number. They did send me a communication (through their website,never an email - easier to delete any negative records/feedback from their website this way!) in which they stated that they had inspected the refurbished MB before shipping it and it worked so "I" had to have done something wrong, bent pins, dropped it or whatever. WRONG ANSWER! Been building PC's as a hobby for over 20 years now. Am extra careful in my things thanks to my OC. Then... crickets from them. No answer to follow up communications.
So, I bought a different brand MB and viola! Worked perfectly from the get-go. Not an issue to be had. My CPU was good. RAM was good. GPU was not an issue. SSD/HDD's all worked perfectly. Audio (which is usually a pain to deal with worked with no further intervention on my part with my new board.
MSI... I backed you as a brand for years having owned 3 MB's since 2008 or so. Felt wrong to be treated this way. Oh, and keep in mind that you are still responsible for any item sent to a customer via (insert courier service here). Until your client receives his/her product, you are responsible. The courier could have dropped the package (which by the way, was improperly packaged... I work claims in the logistics industry so I know about these things!). 2 small pieces of foam in a box and a MB loosely laid on top of it is not proper shipping package... more so for electronics of this nature. Wish I had taken pictures of how I shipped my old board up the first time I RMA'ed.
MSI... I am sorry. I can no longer recommend MSI. Overall good products but the service is simply bad. Service is what any client depends on. The service will only be as good as the vendor behind it.