MSI PCB and VRM Intel B760 Motherboard Details Leaked: Tomahawk, Mortar, ITX EDGE

MSI is introducing a new range of B760 motherboards that will support the 13th generation Intel Non-K processors. The new motherboards will offer improved power delivery and a new set of features.

MSI’s Intel B760 Motherboards Leaked: VRM and PCB Details for Next-Gen Tomahawk, Mortar, and ITX Edge

The range of MSI Intel B760 motherboards will include several DDR5 and DDR4 options to choose from. Our leak focuses on the ATX Tomahawk, mATX Mortar, and mITX EDGE designs. All three motherboards come with brand new features and a slight update on existing designs, so let’s get right into the details.

Just yesterday, we saw an MSI MPG B760 Tomahawk WIFI DDR4 motherboard leak. The board packs a 12 + 1 Phase (75A) VRM design that is powered by dual 8-pin connectors. The board has one full PCIe Gen 5.0 x16 slot and one PCIe 4.0 x4 PCIe slot. There are also three M.2 slots rated at PCIe Gen 4.0 x4. All four M.2 slots have heatsinks and we can also notice very large heatsinks on the VRMs.

Next up, we have the MSI MAG B760 Mortar WIFI Motherboard which comes with a similar 12+1 power delivery that uses 75A Dr.MOS MOSFETs. The CPU receives power through a dual 8-pin connector layout and the motherboard also comes with four DDR5/4 memory slots. Since this is an mATX motherboard, there are two M.2 Gen4 slots while the PCIe slots include PCIe Gen 5.0 x16 and 1x Gen 4.0 x4 and Gen 3.0 x1 slot.

Finally, we have the mITX option, the MSI MPG B760 ITX Edge which comes with an 8 + 1 Phase (90A) VRM design that receives power through a single 8-pin connector. The motherboard has two DDR4 DIMM slots and features one PCIe Gen 5.0 x16 slot and one M.2 slot. The motherboard should offer a budget-class ITX solution for SFF PC builders. All three of these motherboards will launch in the first week of January, so stay tuned for more information like pricing and availability in the coming days.

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