Yeah, non of the Msi x570 boards are really compatitive,
at any price really.
I indeed have nothing really good to say about their boards indeed.
- Msi X570-A pro.
- Msi x570 Gaming plus.
- Msi x570 Gaming edge.
- Msi x570 Gaming pro Carbon.
Those boards are all kinda rubbish when it comes to their vrm implementations indeed.
But of course it kinda depends on which particular cpu you wanne use on it.
But if you want to run a 3900X on it for example then yeah it will become an issue with those boards.
And aside from that, at the price points of those said boards,
there are simply better boards to find.
Not all Msi x570 boards suck vrm wise.
It does get decent from the x570 Unify and up.
However given the price points of those boards,
and comparing them feature wise to other brands.
Then i can only say that other brands offer a nicer package for similar money.
- Msi x570 unify.
- Msi x570 Meg Ace.
- Msi x570 prestige creation.
- Msi x570 Godlike.
Those boards have a decent vrm.
However like i said comparing them feature wise to other brands,
in my opinion they don’t really make much sense to me.
But of course prices might vary in the area people live.
The Msi x570 Unify in particular is basically an compatitive board.
However the main complain i personally have about it,
is that it comes with a realtek nic, instead of intel.
Some people might not care about it.
But to me it’s not acceptable at the a $300,- + price point that is.
So yeah i mean i honnestly cannot really say anything positive about Msi x570 lineup.
Sure their higherend boards are decent.
But like i said at the competition there are simple better boards to be find.
Where i live the x570 MEG Ace costs the same as the Gigabite x570 Aorus Master like €385,-
So yeah i mean the Master is simply a better board.