Titanium arrives in a square box which alludes to this motherboards form factor – packaging is decent quality, attractive and protects the board inside. Over the on the reverse there is a diagram of Titanium with a breakdown of all the significant features.
Opening the box up, there are just a small selection of accessories included in the bundle. MSI include: User guide, quick install guide, rear IO shield, two SATA cables, case badge, driver CD, registration card and screws.
Removing Titanium from its packaging we are met by a very distinct looking motherboard. This design isn’t something new to MSI’s line up – we’ve reviewed other Titanium models before.
Using the name “Titanium” links to the grey livery which sees the PCB and other key areas take on a totally unique appearance. Those wanting to work to a theme which is in contrast to the customary dark styling which most motherboards utilise nowadays will find this board very appealing. We have to admit, MSI has done a superb job on the visual appearance!
Titanium conforms to the Micro-ATX form factor, measuring: 24.4cm x 24.4cm with eight mounting holes.
Over the page we’ll explore Titanium’s features in more detail.