Advanced Features in MSI’s PROJECT ZERO Motherboards
For gamers, building a computer is a lot of fun, but organizing cables may be tricky and complicated. These problems are intended to be resolved by MSI’s recently released PROJECT ZERO motherboards. The majority of the cable connectors on PROJECT ZERO motherboards are moved to the back, where cables can now hide. This makes the assembling process easier and improves the front’s cleanliness and appearance while also making cable management less challenging. Simultaneously, they have unveiled the PROJECT ZERO Motherboards compatible chassis, which accentuates simplicity and elegance when combined, and fits well with the design philosophy.
With a large heatsink and a silver-white design, the motherboards in the PROJECT ZERO series have a sleek and tidy appearance. A range of chipset alternatives are available for selection: The Z790 PROJECT ZERO motherboards is an ATX design including four M.2 slots, a 14+1 Duet Rail Power System, a Lightning Gen 5 PCIe slot, and Wi-Fi 7. Micro-ATX motherboard B760M PROJECT ZERO features two M.2 slots, a 12+1 Duet Rail Power System, a Lightning Gen 5 PCIe slot, and Wi-Fi 6E. The B650M PROJECT ZERO has two M.2 slots, a Lightning Gen 4 PCIe slot, a 10 + 2 direct out power system, and Wi-Fi 6E.
MSI’s PROJECT ZERO Aesthetic Mastery
With regard to conventional motherboards, which have every connector on the front, PROJECT ZERO motherboards rear-connect design reverses this and makes cable management and connections easier by moving the majority of connectors to the rear. striking a compromise between use and style by keeping the front installation locations for the CPU, DRAM, and SSD accessible. The goal of this design is to make PC assembly easier and more fun for consumers by lowering the bar. The Back-Connect devices are not exclusive to MSI; rather, they signify a cooperative path that other chassis brands can pursue in unison.
Back-Connect motherboards need a special type of chassis that is Back-Connect compatible. MSI has introduced the Black and White MAG PANO M100 PZ series chassis, which supports Micro-ATX motherboards. With enough room for cable management and a 270-degree tempered glass design that allows for numerous viewing angles, users may effortlessly assemble their own custom PCs.
Additionally compatible with common EATX motherboards and the MSI ATX Back-connect motherboard is the new MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ chassis. The aluminum unibody with NCT machining and the single piece of curved tempered glass enhance the PC case’s artistic quality. Its twin chamber design increases the area available for cable management while also improving thermal performance. Limited to 700 pieces, MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ will soon be accessible.