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MSI Prestige X Creation Review

Manufacturer: MSI

UK price (as reviewed): £ (inc. VAT)

US price (as reviewed): $ (exc. tax)

We're finally here with our first full X motherboard review, and gracing our test bench today is MSI's Prestige X Creation. As you might expect with it donning MSI's Creation badge, this is not a cheap motherboard, and combined with the standard hike you can expect by opting for X, you're looking at £ or $ Of course, the X chipset isn't a replacement for X, though; you're paying for extra gubbins, namely PCIe support.

If you have your heart set on overclocking that core Ryzen 9 X to its limits, the Prestige X Creation certainly seems to have the power circuitry to do it, with a total of 17 power phases courtesy of an IR digital power design, with 14 of those dealing with the CPU. The VRMs are straddled by a pair of large heat-pipe-linked heatsinks, but these sit fairly low so shouldn't impede too much on roof-mounted fans/radiators or CPU cooler dimensions.

One thing we definitely appreciate is the abundance of right-angled connectors on the board. SATA connectors are one thing, but having the pin power and USB headers also right-angled really helps with routing two of the bulkiest and most annoying cables there are in a build.

As you can see above, RGB lighting is here in relatively restrained proportions, plus you get a single 12V four-pin RGB connector as well as two three-pin addressable RGB headers and a Corsair header for hooking up that company's six-channel RGB fan hub to control it via MSI's software.

Given the feature-packed board and price tag, it's unsurprising to see the width stretch to E-ATX dimensions at mm, but the PCB still looks well-packed. The chipset heatsink occupies a huge area, and while it means you'll need to remove your graphics card to get at either of the M.2 slots, its size does appear to have its benefits. The chipset fan rarely spins up and actually sits idle most of the time, with MSI even feeling the need to add a sticker to it highlighting the fact that if it's not spinning, it's not actually broken. Given the whiny fan on the Gigabyte X Aorus Master that we used for our Zen 2 CPU reviews over the weekend, it was a relief to see a quieter design here, plus, unlike the Gigabyte board, you're able to control the chipset fan speed too, either in the EFI or software. MSI has even managed to run a heat pipe from the heatsink here to rest of of the heatsinks around the CPU socket so they all work in unison. 

Of course, that means the VRMs can in turn be actively-cooled too using the chipset fan, so if we were building and overclocking a system using this board, we'd definitely consider having the chipset fan on all the time, even at low speeds, to help cool the VRMs. Out of the box at stock speed, the VRMs hit 56°C according to MSI's software, while out IR laser probe reported 55°C as the warmest temperature from several measurements along the tops of the chokes, and 51°C reported from the rear of the VRMs on the underside of the PCB.

However, we're really not keen on the exposed fan itself. It's all too easy for fingers, screws, or other objects to find their way into it, leading to broken blades (or skin) - we'd have liked to have seen some sort of protection, which in Gigabyte's defence was present on the X Aorus Master. Given the choice between noise and an exposed fan, though, we'd probably take the latter, especially as it sits idle most of the time. You also get plenty of overclocking and testing tools, such as power and reset buttons and an LED POST code display, but the board lacks most extreme overclocking features such as voltage readout headers and an LN2 mode.

For your typical high-end water-cooling system, though, you get a total of nine four-pin fan headers with a dedicated 2A/24W header for powering pumps plus an external temperature sensor with the ability to tie this into the system fan response curves - potentially useful for responding to coolant temperature or your own VRM thermal probe, and this can be tweaked in the EFI or MSI's new software.

Switching to storage, and there are a total of four M.2 ports with two of these sitting under the large chipset heastink, which cools these M.2 slots too. One offers the full spectrum of compatibility - NVMe PCIe , PCIe , and SATA 6Gbps - while the second slot only offers support for PCIe standards. 

In addition, MSI includes its latest M.2 Xpander card, which offers a further two PCIe / M.2 slots, both cooled by an enormous fan-equipped heatsink. Sadly the fan here is of the whiny sort and isn't controlled by the motherboard; it's either set to on or off. Thankfully, even when switched off, the massive heatsink still acts as an effective heat dump and chilled our Aorus PCIe M.2 SSD down to 40°C under load, which was the same with the fan switched on. The motherboard's heatsink had the same drive at 53°C under load, which was the same as the stock hefty copper heatsink provided with the SSD, while using no heatsink at all saw the temperature reach 65°C.

The rear I/O panel offers perhaps the most feature-packed area of the board with a massive 13 Type-A USB ports, with one of those being USB Gen 2 and ten being USB Gen 1 ports (AKA USB ). Both USB Gen 2 ports (Type-A and Type-C) run straight from the CPU, with the others, including a Type-C Gen 2 header on the PCB being served by the chipset. Annoyingly, MSI appears to have labelled the ports wrong here, including three USB SuperSpeed 10Gbps logos (i.e. SS10), suggesting that three Type-A ports meet the USB Gen 2 standard when only one does. We've reached out with a request for clarification. Update 12/07/ MSI has confirmed that the extra two USB SuperSpeed 10Gbps logos are a misprint; there are only two USB Gen 2 ports (one Type-A, one Type-C) on the rear I/O panel. The misprint will be fixed for 'the majority' of end-user boards.

As well as an Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX controller and bundled aerial, the board sports a 10 Gigabit LAN port powered by an Aquantia AQC controller with a second 1 Gigabit port powered by an Intel IAT controller. Audio is provided by Realtek's ALC codec, and you also get a CMOS clear button here too.


  • Chipset AMD X
  • Form factor E-ATX
  • CPU support AMD Socket AM4
  • Memory support Dual-channel, four slots, max GB
  • Sound Eight-channel Realtek ALC
  • Networking 1 x Aquantia 10 Gigabit Ethernet, 1 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6 (ax), Bluetooth
  • Ports 4 x M.2 PCIe x4 64Gbps (1 x PCIe/SATA 6Gbps up to , 3 x PCIe up to ), 6 x SATA 6Gbps, 1 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB Type-C, 1 x USB header, 14 x USB (4 via headers), 6 x USB (4 via headers), 2 x LAN, audio out, line in, mic, Optical S/PDIF out, 1 x two-pin thermal probe header
  • Dimensions (mm)  x
  • Extras RGB LED extension cable, thermal probe cable, Wi-Fi aerial, M.2 Xpander-Z Gen4 PCIe add-in-card


Pros: + Neutral aesthetic with a touch of RGB + Included spread of accessories + Usable and useful motherboard software + Chipset fan has a silent mode + Wifi 6 and Intel LAN + Decent VRM

Cons: - No USB-C Front header - Some oddities with stock voltage, but this seems to be common to many boards - Dragon logo covered by GPU, which is a weird design choice - Nahimic 3 is exclusive to the Microsoft Store

Overall Review: This review is for the MSI Review Rebate Program. First, a bit of background. I recently upgraded from an aging ik processor and Biostar Z87 motherboard. The goal for my build is to have an aesthetically pleasing machine for gaming with a ton of background processes and potential for experimentation with other more demanding workloads. The k was a fairly easy choice. The motherboard was not. So let's start by mentioning things NOT useful for differentiating between motherboards for third gen Ryzen for my use case: Overclocking (Ryzen needs exotic cooling to get meaningfully farther than PBO/AutoOC), Multi GPU (it's not a great solution), and extremely high speed memory support (IF makes /MHz the sweet spot). So what else are we left with? - Chipset. Updating some B motherboards has been a popular option. However, it's been a bit buggy, lacks PCIe whether it is needed or not, etc. X has out of the box compatibility, along with the other features. I plan on keeping this build a long time, so I'm prepared if PCIe becomes widely adopted and useful. - Wifi. Some cheaper boards use Wifi 5. In my case, I wanted the latest Bluetooth and Wifi standards, as I use these for various connections. For aesthetic reasons, I prefer a built in solution over an add in card. Related note, I find Intel LAN to be a bit more stable. - Aesthetics. This board has a very clean design, and I like MSI's logo. Nice RGB as well. - Audio. This board has the ALC audio codec. Some boards use the slightly older ALC or the budget ALC ALC and good components gets you the full suite of audio ports and sound that's good enough for gaming and casual listening. - RGB, BIOS, and motherboard software. Gigabyte and Asrock are behind in this department. MSI and Asus do much better. - Power delivery and VRM heatsinks. This 12 phase design is definitely sufficient for a x, and likely higher core counts as well. - Rear I/O. This board uses a slightly different configuration to some others, in that it has USB ports. The advantage is that it has 3 Type A Gen 2 ports, a Type C Gen 2 port, and two Gen 1 ports. I find USB ports adequate for input devices, so having more Gen 2 ports in exchange is a nice bonus. USB flashback is also a nice feature which can be accessed through the rear I/O panel. - Layout. Boards generally don't get this perfect, but I like the overall locations of the pins and ports. This board may not have had a standout feature, but it doesn't have any major shortcomings in these areas either. That mix of features is what led me to pick this board. The motherboard was nicely packaged on arrival, and unboxing revealed a few extra accessories for someone interested in RGB. With the RGB off it is a remarkably clean looking board; the carbon fiber accents are appealing if not flashy. The build itself went smoothly (I do love right angle connectors!) and booted fine the first time. BIOS is certainly usable and has two different UI modes. XMP, PBO, make a few tweaks, away we go. The most surprising thing to me was how useful the motherboard software actual is. I usually hate motherboard software. Dragon Center has a usable monitoring tool alongside the RGB settings. I've had limited time to play with it, but there are more features I'll probably check into. So it looks nice, performs as expected, and has the list of features I wanted: Intel LAN, Wifi 6, out of the box compatibility with Ryzen , decent audio, a mix of I/O ports including Type C Gen 2, good RGB control, and a clean aesthetic. Comparing to the competition: vs Asus Tuf: The Asus Tuf is a great board, but is missing the Wifi 6, is not nearly as clean aesthetically, and it has Realtek LAN. While a good board at it's price point, it is definitely a lower spec. vs Aorus Pro: The Aorus boasts some excellent VRMs, an interesting mix of I/O including 4 USB ports, and many similar features to the Carbon. The downsides are the worse BIOS and software, and in my opinion a worse job at the RGB and aesthetics. At the time of purchase the Carbon was a little cheaper. vs Asrock Extreme4: Slightly cheaper, includes Type C front panel header, but a much less neutral colour scheme, worse software, and worse power delivery. Conclusion time! This is a solid X offering. It may not have a killer feature, but it blends most features I wanted with a nice neutral aesthetic and suprisingly usable software. The biggest areas for improvement would be the addition of a front panel type C header, potentially moving the dragon logo to not get covered the instant you put a GPU in (very odd design decision), a diffuser for the RGB strip for more even glow, and offering Nahimic 3 through another avenue besides the Microsoft Store. I'm quite happy with this board and would recommend it to people also looking for that blend of features.

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TMSI Prestige X Creation Review: Test | Specs | Hashrate  – The MSI Prestige X Creation is a motherboard that supports new processors AMD Ryzen third generation, dedicated to all those who want to assemble a PC dedicated to rendering, video editing and content creation in general, using high-end components such as the Ryzen 9 X (now available on Amazon for less than euros) or the more recent Ryzen 9 X.

Looking at the new motherboard from MSI, they immediately catch the eye two large covers present: one part from the fan of the X chipset (positioned lower, so as to improve cooling) and surrounds four of the seven PCIe slots, the other is located above the I / O panel and presents gods RGB LED, which we also find on the right side of the motherboard.

The I / O panel offers great possibilities regarding connectivity: we have a total of 14 USB ports, 12 of type (11 Type-A, 1 Type-C) and 2 type Then we find a PS / 2 combo port for old mice and keyboards, 5 mm audio jacks, an S / PDIF output and connectors for Wi-Fi antennas, as well as the two LAN ports (respectively Gigabit and 10G) .

Just behind the panel MSI has inserted a heatpipe that connects the VRMs to the chipset fan, thus creating a better and more efficient cooling system, which allows you to push the MOSFETs to the maximum.

In the upper part of the MSI Prestige X Creation we find, in addition to the socket AM4, i IR digital VRMs with 14 + 2 + 1 phases, two 8-pin EPS connectors and four DDR4 RAM slots which support a maximum of GB of memory and a speed of up to MHz. Moving further to the right we find 5 headers for the fans (one dedicated to the CPU, one to the liquid cooling pump and three to the system fans), two sensors of temperature, two headers dedicated to RGB (one of which specific for Corsair branded products) and the pin ATX power connector.

In the lower half of the card we have i seven PCI-Express slots, four PCIe x1 e three PCIe x The MSI Prestige X Creation obviously supports multi-GPU configurations, precisely 3-way Nvidia SLI and 2-way AMD CrossFire. Under the cover described above we find two M.2 slots, both of type PCIe x4. On the right side there are 3 USB headers which allow you to connect 4 USB ports, 4 USB Gen1 Type-A and one USB Gen2 Type-C, 6 SATA III connectors and another header dedicated to RGB.

Below the last PCIe x16 slot MSI has inserted the connector for the audio panel of the case, others four 4 pin headers to which to connect the fans, an additional connector for the USB of the chassis and one for RGB LED. We have infinite the classic “JFP1” to which to connect the access and reset buttons and, just above, two physical buttons to switch on and reset directly the MSI Prestige X Creation. Here we also have a small LED screen that indicates the Q-Code.

SocketAMD AM4
ChipsetAMD X
Expansion slot(2) PCIe x16
(3) PCIe x1
RAM memory(4) DDR4 DIMM slots, up to GB
Archiving(2) M.2 PCIe x4 / SATA
AudioRealtek ALC codec
ConnectivityIntel IAT Gigabit LAN
10G LAN Aquantia AQC
Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX
Rear I / O ports(1) USB Gen2 Type-A
(10) USB Gen1 Type-A
(1) USB Gen2 Type-C
(2) USB
(1) PS / 2 combo
(5) mm audio jack
(1) S / PDIF output
(2) connectors for Wi-Fi antenna


BIOS MSI Prestige X Creation

Once entered the BIOS we are in front of the main screen of the “EZ Mode”, where you can view information such as the BIOS version, the model and frequency of the installed CPU and the speed of the RAM memory. From here it is also possible monitor the storage space and the RPM of the fans, manage boot priorities, enable A-XMP and Game Boost and enter the M-Flash mode, which allows you to update the MSI Prestige X Creation BIOS.

BIOS MSI Prestige X Creation

By clicking on the item “Hardware Monitor”, a window will open showing the temperature of the different components and some voltages. From here you can also view the fan speeds connected to the motherboard and their curve, which can also be changed according to your needs.

Pressing F7 we will switch to advanced mode and we will have access to all the configuration options offered by the MSI Prestige X Creation. In the OC tab, dedicated to overclocking, for example, we can enable A-XMP and manually overclock the RAM, changing the frequency and timings. Here we also find all the options that allow you to customize the voltages of the memories and the CPU, as well as the ability to access specific processor features through the “CPU Features” submenu.

On the MSI Prestige X Creation we also find the Board Explorer functionality, present on most MSI motherboards. It is a feature that opens one interactive map of the motherboard (like the one you see below), which allows you to view information on the highlighted components by simply clicking on them with the mouse.

BIOS MSI Prestige X Creation


We have tested this MSI Prestige X Creation with a Ryzen 7 X new generation cooled by an AIO heatsink ROG Ryujin , 16GB of RAM G.Skill TridentZ Royal and an Watt ROG Thor power supply. As video card we instead chose Asus ROG Strix GTX OC Edition, while for storage we relied on a Crucial MX

Ashes of the Singularity

MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - High AOTS
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - AOTS Crazy

The MSI Prestige X Creation achieves good results in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmarks, very close to those of the other tested motherboards, especially in tests with the “Alta” graphic preset.


MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - F1 Media
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - F1 Ultra

Even in the medium quality F1 test, the result obtained by the MSI Prestige X is decidedly good, practically identical to that of the ROG Strix-E. At Ultra quality the MSI motherboard is positioned in the middle of the ranking, but as you can see the difference with the motherboards that precede it is practically non-existent: we are talking about 2 FPS.

PCMark 10

MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - PCMark 10
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - PCMark 10 Productivity
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - PCMark 10 Content Creation

In PCMark 10 the MSI Prestige X Creation does not shine in terms of scores obtained, but the values ​​of the motherboards you see in the graph are all very close to each other, a sign that in daily use and in the management of productivity loads you will not have problems with none of these motherboards.


MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - 3dMark FS Extreme
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - 3DMark Time Spy

In both 3DMark benchmarks the MSI Presitge X Creation is positioned at the bottom of the ranking, with a slightly subdued score both in the Fire Strike Extreme Physics test and in the Time Spy CPU test.


MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - Handbrake H
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - Handbrake H

The MSI Prestige X Creation performs very well in Handbrake video coding tests, with results at the level of the best motherboards tested so far in both H and H

Cinebench R20

MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - CBR20 multi
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - CBR20 single

Also in Cinebench R20 we record excellent scores by the MSI Prestige X Creation, both in the multi core and single core tests. In both cases, the new MSI motherboard occupies the second position, confirming once again a valid solution for those aiming at productivity.


MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - 7-Zip compression
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - 7-Zip decompression

The results of 7-Zip are slightly subdued: in both tests (compression and decompression) the MSI Prestige X Creation occupies the last position.


MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - Corona

In the Corona rendering test, the MSI Prestige X Creation is in the middle of the ranking, but the result does not alarm us. If we go into more detail we see that the difference with the other motherboards is minimal, in the order of a hundredth of a second.


Overclocking side we focused on RAM memories more than on the CPU. The G.Skill TridentZ Royal use Samsung B-Die chips and are perfect for this purpose, as it is possible to make them go beyond MHz quite easily.

MSI Prestige X Creation

In the various tests carried out with the MSI Prestige X Creation we managed to obtain a stable and functional system up to MHz, with timing CL and a voltage equal to V. In addition, the platform was unstable.

Temperatures and consumption

MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - CPU temperature
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - PCH temperature
MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - VRM temperature

Speaking of temperatures, the readings are good for both the CPU and the X chipset, which slightly exceeds i 56 degrees in our stress test and it is one of the freshest, a sign that the cooling inserted by MSI does a good job. Also good the temperature recorded on VRM, equal to 51 degrees, also thanks to the heatpipe inserted by the Taiwanese company.

MSI MPG X Gaming Edge WiFi - Consumption

As for consumption, in the graph we see the MSI Prestige X Creation positioned in the middle of the ranking, with values ​​in idle and under load good and close to those of the best motherboards tested so far.


The MSI Prestige X Creation is a motherboard dedicated to those who work with content creation and has to do daily with rendering software, 3D and 2D animation, photo editing and video editing. It offers a good number of expansion slots and many USB ports, necessary for content creators to connect all their external devices.

In the sales package we also find M.2 XPANDER-Z GEN4, a card that connects to a PCIe x16 slot and offers two additional M.2 slots with PCIe x4 interface, cooled by a fan. This is a plus to keep in mind, especially given the audience to which the card is addressed: those who work in content creation know that some projects even weigh several tens of GB and the space is never enough.

MSI Prestige X Creation

Speaking of prices, at the moment the MSI Prestige X Creation costs around euros (you can find it at this link). Unlike what has been done with the other motherboards for the new AMD Ryzen processors, we cannot make a comparison with a similar model with the Intel Z platform, as the Creation line had so far been the preserve of the HEDT Ryzen Threadripper and Intel Core X processors We can however make a comparison with the high-end proposals of the other manufacturers equipped with X chipset and dedicated to this type of user: in this case, the price of the MSI Prestige X Creation is lower than that of competitors, but still remains quite high.

In the tests dedicated to the content creation of PCMark 10, the MSI motherboard did not shine for the scores obtained, but we reiterate that the differences with the models that performed better in the benchmarks are extremely small and hardly visible in daily and business use. In conclusion, if you are content creators who want to assemble a high-end PC and are willing to exploit not only the many cores made available by the new Ryzen , but also the speed of the PCI-Express SSDs, this MSI Prestige X Creation is undoubtedly a card to consider, as it has all the credentials to meet your needs.

MSI Prestige X570 Creation Motherboard Unboxing

MSI Prestige X Creation

The Extended-ATX or E-ATX form factor is relatively rare and makes up only a minor percentage of available motherboards. Normally, E-ATX motherboards are enthusiast models with high-end components and a comprehensive feature set. Those using AMD&#;s X chipset are no exception. MSI&#;s Prestige X Creation is one of the few E-ATX alternatives on the market at this writing, alongside MSI&#;s own Godlike and the Aorus Xtreme, but is aimed at content creators rather than gamers. However, like both of the alternatives, the X Creation comes with high-end features and at a similarly high price point. 

MSI Prestige X Creation Key Features

Like all motherboards with the AMD X chipset, MSI&#;s Prestige Creation is primarily targeted for use with 3rd-generation AMD Ryzen processors, but will also work with 2nd-gen Ryzen. The chipset also introduces the PCI Express interface to PC builders, which improves the theoretical transfer rates for (mainly) storage devices, GPUs and other units that can take advantage of the interface. 

Other than the different target audiences, the Prestige Creation shares many features with other high-end motherboards targeted at gamers. Support for 10 Gbit LAN and WiFi 6 is included, as well as heatsinks for the M.2 storage devices. System RAM is capped at up to GB of dual-channel DDR4 running at up to + MHz. Like with the Godlike X, MSI has also included an add-in card known as the M.2 XPANDER-Z GEN4, which lets you add two additional M.2 drives running at PCIe speeds. 

A unique feature aimed at content creators is MSI&#;s Creator Center software, which allegedly optimizes the system&#;s resources for different scenarios that might be relevant for the user group. 

MSI Prestige X Creation Vs X Godlike

ProductMSI MEG X GodlikeMSI Prestige X Creation
Form FactorE-ATXE-ATX
CPU Support2nd- and 3rd-gen AMD Ryzen2nd- and 3rd-gen AMD Ryzen
RAM Support/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / + Mhz by JEDEC and A-XMP OC MODE/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / + Mhz by JEDEC and A-XMP OC MODE
Memory Slots (Channels)2 (4)2 (4)
PCI-E X16 Slots42
PCI-E X4 Slots01
PCI-E X1 Slots04
SATA III Ports66
M.2 Slots3 (+2 via add-in card)2 (+2 via add-in card)
RAID Support0/1/100/1/10
LAN1x KillerTM E Gigabit LAN,
1x KillerTM E Gbps LAN, 10 Gbps Super LAN add-in card
1x Intel IAT Gigabit LAN,
1x Aquantia AQC Gigabit LAN
USB PortsFront: 1x (Gen2, Type C), 4x (Gen1, Type A), 4x USB ; Rear: 1x (Gen2, Type C), 3x (Gen2, Type A), 2x (Gen1, Type A)Front: 1x (Gen2, Type C), 4x (Gen1, Type A), 4x USB ; Rear: 1x (Gen2, Type C), 1x (Gen2, Type A), 10x (Gen1, Type A), 2x (USB )
Audio Ports5+ Optical S/PDIF (Realtek ALC)5+ Optical S/PDIF (Realtek ALC)

Which of MSI&#;s premium X models to choose will mainly boild down to your PCIe slot requirements and likely to a lesser extent, USB ports. Both motherboards include an add-in card for additional PCIe M.2 SSDs, but the Creation model comes with onboard 10 Gbps LAN (as opposed to the Godlike, which uses an add-in card for that, too). 



MSI have once again shown their expertise within the motherboard sector with an incredibly well-equipped motherboard, but it comes at a cost.

Make no mistake: The Prestige X Creation is a premium motherboard, and it&#;s not just PCIe that pushes the price up.


Meta-review: Editors were impressed with the quality of the MSI Prestige X Creation, although it comes at a high cost. It is aimed at content creators but is equally suited for a high-end gaming build, depending on your interface requirements. 
  • Excellent quality
  • 4 PCIe M.2 slots
  • Onboard 10 Gbps Ethernet

Review creation msi x570 prestige



Core Boost Technology

Core Boost Technology

Combining dual 8 pin power connectors and premium layout design, the CREATION is ready for unleashing the maximum performance.

Server-grade PCB

Server-grade PCB

Server-grade PCB provides higher PCIe performance and long-lasting system stability without any compromised.

IR Digital PWM

IR Digital PWM

Highest quality components with IR digital power, DrMOS and titanium choke II make sure your system runs smoothly under the most extreme conditions.

PCIe Steel Armor

PCIe Steel Armor

Protecting VGA cards against bending and EMI for better performance, stability and strength.



Latest Wi-Fi 6 Solution

Latest Wi-Fi 6 Solution

The latest wireless solution supports MU-MIMO and BSS color technology, delivering speeds up to Mbps.

10G Super LAN

10G Super LAN

Next level network speed, secure networking with fastest data throughput to improve efficiency.

Lightning Gen 4 Solution

Lightning Gen 4 Solution

The latest Gen4 PCI-E and M.2 solution with up to 64GB/s bandwidth for maximum transfer speed.


DDR4 Boost

The Fully isolated and shielded DIMM slots to deliver pure data signals for the best gaming and overclocking performance.



Offers two extra Lightning Gen 4 M.2 slots and features FROZR heatsink design to increase your storage capacity at maximum Gen 4 speed.



Extended Heat-Pipe

Extended Heat-Pipe

Enlarge the surface of heat dissipation, connecting from MOS heatsink to chipset heatsink.

Extended Heatsink

Extended Heatsink

All-metal extended heatsink cover ensures even high-end processors to run in full speed.

M.2 Shield Frozr

M.2 Shield Frozr

Strengthened built-in M.2 thermal solution. Keeps M.2 SSDs safe while preventing throttling, making them run faster.

Zero Frozr Technology

Zero Frozr Technology

AI tuning system that auto-adjust fan speed by chipset temperature, even eliminates fan noise by stopping the fans in low-load situation

Frozr Heatsink Design

Frozr Heatsink Design

Designed with the patented fan and double ball bearings to provide the best performance for enthusiast gamers and prosumers.


MSI motherboards been designed with tons of smart features for convenient setup and usage, such as pin-header keep out zone, friendly SATA & USB location and multiple cooling solutions, so DIY users can pick and choose any gaming rig they want.



Cooling is essential for a high performance PC to sustain intense workloads. PRESTIGE X CREATION features a heavy duty heatsink on the MOSFETs for reliable processor power delivery. Numerous fan headers with full fan speed control lets builders tune their system cooling the way they like it.



MSI motherboards been designed to make the system assembly process as convenient as possible. An array of system tuning features and troubleshooting tools are available to ease installation and setup.



Every MSI motherboards are certified by strict mechanic that feature convenient pin-header keep out zone, friendly SATA & USB location for compatibility with the widest range of components and devices, so DIY user can pick and choose the components they want. More than that, we offer a dedicated Qualified Vendor List (QVL) for the most critical part - memory. Combining with MSI DDR4 Boost technology, we provide the maximum compatibility even over clocking, so you confirm and choose any gaming rig as you want.


BIOS and Software

With years of experience in creating performance enhancing tools that are easy to use, only the highest quality applications are at your disposal. Use these tools to get the most out of your motherboard. Moreover, we made sure our BIOS contains all the latest options and is easy to use for everyone. The extensive features let you fine-tune your system to deliver reliable maximum performance.


High performance MSI motherboards are loaded with advanced features and the latest technology to overwhelm any challenge at hand no matter whether you’re a gamer, prosumer, or PC enthusiast.



Power on your RYZEN processor with optimized circuit layouts and high quality power delivery parts for an incredibly stable operation.



MSI takes memory stability and performance to the extreme. We’ve designed an optimized memory circuit design for reliability and tested compatibility extensively in partnership with major memory manufacturers.



Connect any ultra-fast storage device and get into the game sooner.



Plug in and start moving files lightning fast with high-speed USB, supported by all the latest connectors and boost tools.


MSI motherboards are built with enhanced audio and advanced LAN networking capabilities that turn any gaming experience into an immerse one.



Get ready to crush your enemies on the battlefield with MSI GAMING LAN. Built with high quality components, MSI GAMING LAN is tuned to deliver the best online gaming experience without lag.



Deliver the highest sound quality through the use of premium quality audio components and get the most immersive sound experience when gaming. MSI motherboards let you enjoy breathtaking, gaming-changing sound.


Each MSI motherboard is built based on the specific topic in order to match different tastes and favors. Furthermore, MSI also adopts the modern style to design the heatsink through huge surface and sleek but simple cuts in order to make the heatsink and appearance looks ripped and powerful. Combined with neutral color, such as black, grey and silver, as the main background, MSI motherboard can perfect fit different RGB LED effects and strongly shows the gamers tunes.


Industrial Design

PRESTIGE series motherboards have been crafted for demanding creatives and professionals to realize any vision. Creators seeking perfection will find the tailor-made CREATION motherboard a masterpiece in itself.



Illuminate with MSI Mystic Light and bring the motherboard RGB lighting to life. Choose from millions of colors and sync across compatible devices.


 With years of experience, MSI is no stranger to building high-performance motherboards. Our R&D and engineering teams have reviewed countless designs, evaluated a wide selection of high quality components, and developed products for reliability even under extreme conditions.



Sourced from the highest quality components, built with precision manufacturing, and rigorously tested for stability, MSI motherboards are sure to last even under high performance loads and extreme conditions.

MSI Prestige X570 Creation Motherboard Unboxing

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