MSI Z790 Project Zero Motherboard Is The Perfect Combo With Next-Gen MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ PC Case

MSI is preparing its brand new Z790 Project Zero motherboard and the MEG MAESTRO 700L PZ PC case which are made for each other.

MSI Has A New Flagship PC Case Known As The MEG MAESTRO, Which Is Designed Specifically For The Z790 Project Zero Motherboard & High-End PC Builds

MSI has been going all onboard the backside power connector design in collaboration with DIY-APE. The most recent products from the company were based on the B760 & B650 chipsets and utilize the mATX form factor but the board manufacturer is now aiming for the flagship segment with its Z790 Project Zero design.

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The MSI Z790 Project Zero motherboard comes with a very solid brushed silver and black color scheme. The motherboard has a high-end VRM solution and features four DDR5 DIMM slots, 4 expansion slots (3 PCIe x16 / 1 PCIe x1), four M.2 slots (1 Gen 5 x4 / 3 Gen 4 x4), and a very nice aluminum heatsink design that encompasses the entire front body of the board. The board is devoid of any connectors on the front since those are located at the back.

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At the back, you will find the two 8-pin CPU EPS connectors, the 24-pin ATX connector, a range of 4-pin fans, ARGB/RGB headers, 6 SATA III ports, USB ports, and more.

The I/O is also a strong asset of the MSI Z790 Project Zero which includes a USB Type-C 20 Gbps port, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 10 Gbps port, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 5 Gbps ports, and four USB 2.0 ports. There’s also WiFi7 and a 2.5 GbE LAN port alongside the traditional 7.1 channel HD audio jack, an HDMI/DP output, and a PS/2 port. A BIOS flashback button is also included.

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However, to accompany such a unique motherboard, MSI is preparing its very own flagship and high-end PC case known as the MEG MAESTRO PZ which is a 700L design and comes with several unique aspects of its own such as a curved mirror design on the front and side which looks great and would give the user a full view of their internals. Usually, this mirror is angled on the current PC cases that offer a dual-sided glass window.

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The PC case is large and should accommodate even the largest 420mm radiators with ease. You can also mount the GPU vertically or horizontally & there’s a support bracket for the GPU included within the chassis which is adjustable. The top has a mesh window to blow hot air out of the chassis and it looks like the opposite side also has vents for the AIO cooler or fans to push or pull air out from. The top also has several connectors including three USB ports (1 Type-A & 2 Type-C).

The PC case definitely looks like it will shake things up in the chassis market when it launches. No release date or prices are confirmed for either product but we can expect them to be unveiled at CES in more detail.

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