MSI officially announced the parent fees on the AMD B650 chipsets for the Ryzen 7000 processors, which are new to the MPG, MAG and PRO series, all of which have the support of the DDR5 operating memory up to 6,600 MHz.
The MPG series included models of MPG B650 Carbon WIFI and MPG B650 Edge WIFI. They received M.2 PCIE 5.0 x4 for hard-core NVMe storage. The manufacturer notes that fees are generally offered to up to four M.2 slots and are also equipped with six SATA III slots. Video cards can be satisfied with PCIE 4.0 x16 slots.
The MPG B650 Edge WIFI model was developed in the Mini-ITX Form Factor and is designed to build a compact game system.
The MAG series was supplemented by the MAG B650 Tomahawk WIFI and MAG B650M Mortar WIFI models. The MSI company uses enhanced feeding phases designed for currents of 80 A and two M.2s equipped with cooling radiators.
The PRO series is designed primarily for office systems. The series consisted of models PRO B650-P WIFI and PRO B650M-A WIFI. Both models are equipped with cooling radiators, both of which received two M.2 PCIE 4.0 for solid storage devices.
The manufacturer indicates that the submitted MPG, MAG and PRO payments for the Ryzen 7000 processors use power subsystems that use up to 19 power phases built according to 16+2+1. The new ones also include 2.5-gigabit network adapters and Wi-Fi 6E modules. The fees have been split by USB 3.2 Type-C Gen2×2.