MSI’s MEG X570 UNIFY Is a Motherboard for People Who Hate RGB

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Enthusiasts who despise RGB, rejoice: MSI has launched the MEG X570 UNIFY, a stealthy, blacked-out motherboard that eliminates all “redundant” LEDs for a cleaner, more professional look. Apparently, it’s good enough to push AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900X to 5857 MHz, a top record.

For overclocking, the MEG X570 UNIFY boasts an aggressive VRM design built with IR Digital PWM (12+2+1 power phases and dual 8-pin power connectors). Cooling features include an aluminum cover with extended heatsink and heat-pipe design for the power delivery circuits, and a Frozr heatsink and double ball bearing fan for the chipset.

MEG X570 UNIFY is our brand new premium product with modest and pure black design, emphasizing on the true value of the motherboard instead of fancy LED decoration. By eliminating all the redundant RGB LED from the motherboard and adopting the UV black printing, the heatsink shows the gleam and the shining reflection of the dragon to symbolize a mysterious and high quality image.


Tsing Mui
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