Motherboard MSI Mpower Z270 Gaming Titanium received two audio codec
The company MSI has introduced a motherboard Z270 Mpower Gaming Titanium, one feature of which was a carefully designed audio track. It includes two codec Realtek ALC1220 working separately for front and surround (in 7.1) channels, but also work in stereo is also given attention. Wiring the left and right channels are carried on different layers of the printed circuit Board, use specialized capacitors Nippon Chemi-con, separate amplifier circuit for headphones and stereo speakers and gold-plated audio outputs.
The MSI Mpower Z270 Gaming Titanium based on chipset Intel Z270 and supports the CPU socket LGA1151, up to Core i7. Four slots DDR4 thanks to its optimized to reduce noise and interference, the wiring support frequencies up to 4000 MHz. For storage there is a slot U. 2, support SSD with PCI-e 3.0 x4 and NVMe Protocol, also coming with six SATA 6 GB/s and three M. 2 slot Intel Optane Note the back of the metal plate, further giving the Board rigidity, RAM slots and PCI-e is also reinforced. These include three PCI-e 3.0 x16 and one PCI-e 3.0 x1.
Mounting plate made the video outputs HDMI and DisplayPort, it is worth noting duet Gigabit Ethernet controller Killer E2500 and two USB ports optimized for connection to virtual reality by the VR chip-Boost, supposedly optimizes signal quality to these ports.