Motherboard MSI A320M Grenade size Micro-ATX designed for AMD CPU Ryzen
Presented the MSI A320M Grenade size Micro-ATX, which is based on the budget AMD A320 and it relates to a high-level game series. This is evident in subtle details, such as shielded PCI-e 3.0 x16 with reinforced mounts, improved protection from static electricity in the places of mounting brackets that are optimized wiring for RAM, the speed control all three connectors for fans with setting up to 4 points of change of speed depending on the temperature, the UEFI scaling for a specific screen resolution and text box to search for functions by keyword and so on.
Two slots for modules of RAM DDR4 support strap frequency up to 2667 MHz, are combined in dual-channel mode. The power supply system of the CPU consists of five phases, in addition to slots for graphics cards there are two PCI-e 2.0 x1, four SATA 6 GB/s supplemented by one M. 2 2280 SSD for speed with support for the NVMe Protocol. Controller Gigabit Ethernet Realtek RTL8111H supports traffic prioritization, proprietary utility MSI and Realtek ALC887 complemented tract with specialized capacitors and insulated wiring with separated on different PCB layers for the left and right channels.
With the advent of appropriate APU will be available video outputs VGA, DVI-D and HDMI, also the MSI A320M Grenade got four USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A, two USB 2.0 and unsinkable DIN ports for gaming keyboards and mice. There is a four-pin connector for connecting the RGB led strip with power supply of 12 V.