MSI launches the X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard

MSI launches the X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard

The Skylake and DDR4 PC platform may be just weeks away but there’s no doubt that Intel’s last year X99 Haswell-E combination remains one of the most powerful money can buy. Now MSI lifts the list of features and the performance levels you can achieve with the Intel X99 chipset and a Haswell-E processor even higher with the launch of the all-new ultra high-end X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard.

The new X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard comes with tons of features such as Turbo M.2 connectivity, faster USB 3.1 Type-A and Type-C ports, an 8-channel audio system and more. This is also the world’s first RGB LED motherboard – it offers more than 2000 colors and many style presets such as breathing, flashing and waving. The mobo also offers Killer DoubleShot-X3 Pro networking which combines two Killer Ethernet connectors and a Killer 1535 Wi-Fi adapter to work together for ultimate LAN speed. The combination reaches 2.867 Gbps of data transfer speed so there will be no lag when having a LAN party at home.

The X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard offers great audio too – it offers Audio Boost 3 Pro technology, which includes a luxurious Hi-Fi ESS 9018K2M DAC, which delivers studio-grade audio quality onboard. In addition you get Nahimic sound technology, which offers numerous gaming modes such as Virtual Sound, Voice Leveler, Bass Boost, Noise Gate & Reduction and HD Audio Recorder. There’s a HD Audio Recorder for the first time as well.

Apart from these features the MSI X99A Godlike Gaming offers high quality components, DDR4 memory slots, eight USB 3.0 ports, six USB 2.0 ports, the Intel X99 chipset and support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Source: MSI

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