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MSI's B560, H510 Motherboards Will Start At $89

MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi
MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi (Image credit: MSI)

In its latest installment of the MSI Insider Show, MSI has shared the pricing for its complete stack of B560 and H510 motherboards. The budget-friendly offerings are tailored towards consumers to squeeze every bit of performance out of Intel's imminent 11th Generation Rocket Lake-S processors.

MSI is pricing the new B560 and H510 motherboards very closely to their counterparts from the previous generation. Rocket Lake-S will bring PCIe 4.0 support to a mainstream Intel desktop platform. The processors are backwards compatible with 400-series motherboards, but you will miss out on the PCIe 4.0 feature, which might be the only reason users upgrade to Rocket Lake. At any rate, it's good to see that the PCIe 4.0 tax doesn't have a huge impact on MSI's budget motherboards.

Designed to compete with the best motherboards, the MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi will retail for $189, which is the same price tag that's on the current MAG B460 Tomahawk. Other motherboards, such as the MAG B560M Mortar WiFi, B560M Pro-VDH WiFi or MAG B560M Mortar will even be $10 less expensive than the current models.

MSI B560, H510 Motherboard Pricing

MotherboardMSRP in $ (excl. VAT)MSRP in € (incl. VAT)
MPG B560I Gaming Edge WiFi159159
MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi189189
MAG B560 Torpedo169169
MAG B560M Mortar WiFi179179
MAG B560M Mortar159159
MAG B560M Bazooka139139
B560M Pro-VDH WiFi149149
B560M Pro-VDH129129
B560M Pro WiFi129129
B560M Pro109109
B560M-A Pro9999
H510M Pro9595
H510M-A Pro8989

The MPG B560I Gaming Edge WiFi, which costs $159, will likely be a very enticing option for SFF builders who don't have to make the jump to a Z590 motherboard. The Tomahawk series has always been popular with budget performance seekers, and we don't expect that to change for this generation. 

Borrowing the power delivery subsystem from the MAG Z490 Tomahawk, the MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi leverages the same 12+2+1 design. That's only two CPU phases less than on the premium Z590 Tomahawk WiFi. The MAG B560 Tomahawk WiFi also comes with support for memory speeds up to DDR4-5066, three M.2 slots, 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi 6E networking.

At $89, the H510M-A Pro arrives with only the strickly necessary feaures for the really tight budgets. You'll still get access to the PCIe 4.0 goodness through the motherboard's sole PCIe 4.0 x16 expansion slot. Unfortunately, the M.2 slot is still locked to a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface. To get access to the full PCIe 4.0 x4 slot, you'll have to upgrade to the B560M-A Pro, which commands a $10 higher price tag.

  • Djoza
    Interesting.
    I think waiting 4 more months to buy my cpu/mobo/ram isnt a bad idea after all.
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  • GoyimCrusader
    Do you guys have an editor? So many spelling and grammar errors throughout this article.
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  • Jimbo01
    You need to put a full stop at the end of you sentence.
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  • Djoza
    I dont think people who make these posts in Tom's actually have the time to correct their sentences.
    I mean i wouldnt even bother with correcting my grammar to much if i need to post 50+articles on a daily.
    Just my view of it.
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  • Jimbo01
    Give it some thought. He was complaining about grammar. He can't complete a sentence properly. He posts 50+ posts a day? Don't think so.
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  • GoyimCrusader
    Jimbo01 said:
    Give it some thought. He was complaining about grammar. He can't complete a sentence properly. He posts 50+ posts a day? Don't think so.
    lmao, there is a difference between posting in a forum with spelling errors, or in my case, not putting a period at the end (in a forum lmao) and posting an article on a reputable website full of spelling errors.
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  • Djoza
    GoyimCrusader said:
    lmao, there is a difference between posting in a forum with spelling errors, or in my case, not putting a period at the end (in a forum lmao) and posting an article on a reputable website full of spelling errors.
    Doesnt really matter,respect the effort these guys are putting in to inform you about the latest tech.
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  • GoyimCrusader
    Djoza said:
    Doesnt really matter,respect the effort these guys are putting in to inform you about the latest tech.
    but this is their job. They get paid to report on tech, I would expect more professionalism from their writing
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  • Djoza
    GoyimCrusader said:
    but this is their job. They get paid to report on tech, I would expect more professionalism from their writing
    I agree its their job,but you have to spend atleast 30 minutes just researching about the new stuff,then you have to make it into a article format with picutres and everything.
    And that is just one article.
    I dont know how many staff members there are at toms but i dont really care about smaller grammatical errors.
    Partly because English is not my native language,and partly because i know how hard it is to make a good school presentation,let alone make a article that is going to be seen by thousands of people.
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