Review : MSI MPG X670E Carbon Wifi


The last word:

That’s it, we’ve finished the tour of this MSI MPG X670E Carbon Wifi combined with the new processor from AMD, the Ryzen 9 7950X. By the way, if you want to know the performance of this Ryzen 9 7950X against the competition, our article dedicated to the Ryzen 7000 range is here. Our impressions are very positive when it comes to this association with this MSI MPG X670E Carbon Wifi version that has kept all its promises.

Displayed at the price of $479.99 on Amazon, it is among the most expensive cards available today. In view of the rather basic bundle, we would have liked to see it at a more attractive price in the face of the competition, which is quite tough in this price range.

The card behaved perfectly during all our tests but we only regret a less exemplary concern about the BIOS than before. Last night we received a new set of BIOS for MSI motherboards. The card is already working perfectly but could still be better for memory overclocking.

MSI MPG X670E Carbon Wifi:

We liked:

  • A high-performance power stage
  • The possibility to use high capacity and high frequency EXPO memory
  • The numerous DDR5 profiles within the bios to clock the memory
  • Compatibility with Corsair RGB (PCB connectors)
  • The new version of MSI Center
  • The sober design of this Carbon model

We would have liked:

  • A more competitive price
  • OC profiles for the CPU in the BIOS

This MSI MPG X670E Carbon Wifi does not suffer from any defect. Like all the previous models we have already tested in this “MPG Carbon” series, the card does the job perfectly and has a sober but effective design. As we already pointed out in our test of the Z690 Carbon Wifi model, the series has seen its price increase like most of the competition, but it is now a little harder to stand out against motherboards sold in the same price range.