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MSI Z270 Motherboards Able To Auto-Overclock i7-7700K To 5.20 GHz

Pretty much every motherboard manufacture has an auto-overclocking feature built into their motherboards. MSI is one such manufacturer and with their Z270 motherboards they apparently are able to bring the Core i7-7700K from its stock speed of 4.20 GHz all the way up to 5.20 GHz! Typically when it comes to auto-overclocking the increase is not all that great and you are better off overclocking manually yourself.

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A Quick Look At MSI’s Z270 Motherboard Lineup

With Kaby Lake and the Z270 chipset officially launching at CES 2017 we had a chance to stop by the MSI booth and get a quick look at all of the new Z270 motherboards that MSI has at launch. Be sure to check out the video below as we go over each one. I would have to say our favorite is the Z270 Gaming M7, what is yours?

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ECS Slices into Kaby Lake with Z270-Lightsaber

With Intel launching Kaby Lake today every motherboard manufacturer has brought to town their latest offerings featuring the new Z270 chipset. This of course includes ECS who has brought their latest offering, the Z270-Lightsaber, a full atx motherboard with many of the modern features that any gamer is looking for.


Intel Core i7-7700K “Kaby Lake” Processor Review

Kaby Lake has is officially here! We have been talking about Kaby Lake for the past few months and today Intel makes it official with the release of the S-Series desktop processors. Typically when Intel releases desktop processors they would go by the "tick-tock" method wherein a "tick" would represent a new node and a "tock" would represent a new architecture. Intel officially killed off "tick-tock" earlier this year and has moved to a three year cadence in which we'll see process -> architecture -> optimization. For 14nm we've seen "Broadwell", then "Skylake" with the new architecture, and now finally we are on the optimization phase which is "Kaby Lake". The optimization phase according to Intel is a direct result of transistor-level enhancements. We can think of "Kaby Lake" much like "Devil's Canyon" chip was to the i7-4770K. While still on the same 14nm process, architecture, and TDP Intel is able to more performance out of the "Kaby Lake" chips. The flagship processor, the Core i7-7700K (4-core, 8-thread) which we are taking a look at today has a base clock of 4.2 GHz and boosts all the way up to 4.5 GHz. That is compared to the 4.0 GHz base and 4.2 GHz boost of the Skylake Core i7-6700K. Read along as we see what Intel's latest desktop processor is all about!

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BIOSTAR Announces The RACING Z270GT9 Motherboard

BIOSTAR is proud to announce its latest motherboard supporting the 7th-generation of Intel Core series processors with the announcement of the BIOSTAR RACING Z270GT9. Featuring the latest Intel Z270 chipset, this motherboard supports LGA1151 processors for the latest in performance and power as well as the best features including support for DDR4-3600+ high-speed memory, six PCI-E x16 3.0 slots, and two USB 3.1 (TYPE A+C) ports amongst others.

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MSI’s Z270 Motherboard Lineup Leaked

Here is another huge Z270 motherboard leak! Today we have almost all of the MSI Z270 motherboards you'll see on launch day. These boards are designed for mainstream audiences which include both gamers and overclockers. We should see a few other additions to these on launch day like MSI's XPOWER boards and the Gaming 9. In any case let's see what MSI has in store for us!

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MSI’s Z270 Motherboard Features Detailed

We know all of the new Z270 motherboards coming out in a few weeks will have new features. Well MSI has released details on many of the new features their Z270 motherboards will incorporate. We've talked about a few of these, but we wanted to list them all here for you so you know what you are getting if you purchase a Z270 motherboard from MSI.

ASRock Z270 Extreme4 Motherboard
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ASRock Z270 Extreme4 Motherboard Pictured

Pictures of ASRock's Z270 Extreme4 motherboard have been leaked to the web. This is the company's mid-rage socket LGA1151 motherboard based on Intel's upcoming Z270 Express Chipset. The motherboard is built in the ATX form factor. It features a 12-phase VRM and and draws power from a combination of 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors.

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