MSI Shows Off the MEG X670E Godlike at AMD Event

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Earlier this week, some details, including the PCB layout of the MSI MEG X670E Godlike leaked, but now MSI has shared some additional details, including a picture of the board. In fact, MSI shared most of thespecs of the Godlike board during Computex, but the company didn’t release a picture back then. However, now we know the power design, which consists of 24+2 phases and a 105 A power stage. MSI has also created its own screwless M.2 slots, as well as heatsinks, which simply clip in place after the SSD has been installed, although it doesn’t appear the Godlike board has screwless heatsinks for more than one of M.2 drives.

Other features include 10 and 2.5 Gbps Ethernet, as well as AMD’s RZ616 WiFi 6E module. MSI hasn’t gone for USB4 from what we know and nothing was mentioned with regards to USB4 during the MSI presentation. MSI also seems to have skipped video outputs on this board, but it’s possible that one of the USB-C ports will support display output, even though that wasn’t the case back at Computex. As with many other X670E boards, the Godlike supports 60 W USB PD charging via the front USB-C port.


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