MSI Reveals New Flagship PC Case, ‘MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ,’ Designed Specifically for Z790 Project Zero Motherboard
MSI has announced the upcoming release of its Z790 Project Zero motherboard and MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ PC case, which are designed to complement each other and provide a high-end PC building experience.
The Z790 Project Zero motherboard, featuring a sleek brushed silver and black color scheme, boasts a high-end VRM solution, four DDR5 DIMM slots, and 4 expansion slots, among other impressive features. With a unique aluminum heatsink design and connectors located at the back of the board, the Z790 Project Zero promises to be a standout in the flagship motherboard segment.
At the rear of the motherboard, users will find two 8-pin CPU EPS connectors, a 24-pin ATX connector, a range of 4-pin fans, ARGB/RGB headers, and USB ports, among other components. Furthermore, the I/O panel offers a USB Type-C 20 Gbps port, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gbps port, and a BIOS flashback button, demonstrating the board’s focus on providing a comprehensive and high-quality user experience.
To complement the unique features of the Z790 Project Zero, MSI is preparing to launch the MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ PC case. With a curved mirror design on the front and sides, this flagship case offers users a full view of their internal components. The spacious interior of the case allows it to accommodate even the largest 420mm radiators, while also providing the option to mount the GPU vertically or horizontally.
With a top mesh window for heat dissipation, multiple USB ports, and support for high-end cooling solutions, the MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ promises to make a significant impact in the PC case market when it is released. While MSI has not confirmed the release date or prices for these new products, enthusiasts can expect to learn more about them at CES in the near future.
In conclusion, the Z790 Project Zero motherboard and MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ PC case represent MSI’s commitment to delivering innovative and high-performance solutions for the PC building community.
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