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MSI’s new B660 motherboard’s featuring Tomahawk, Mortar, and Bazooka designs leaked online

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The first images of MSI’s new B660 motherboards have surfaced, revealing the Tomahawk, Mortar, and Bazooka designs. Only a few days after we first reported on the MSI B660M Mortar WiFi, the motherboard has slipped out again, this time with more details. As previously stated, MSI will unveil a selection of B660 motherboards at CES 2022, including:

  • MAG B660 Tomahawk WiFi DDR4
  • MAG B660 Tomahawk WiFi ($259 US)
  • MAG B660M Mortar WiFi DDR4
  • MAG B660M Mortar WiFi ($239 US)
  • MAG B660M Mortar DDR4
  • MAG B660M Mortar ($219 US)
  • MAG B660M Bazooka DDR4
  • MAG B660M Bazooka ($199 US)
  • B660M Bomber DDR4
  • B660M Bomber
  • B660M PLUS
  • PRO B660M-A WiFi
  • PRO B660M-A DDR4
  • PRO B660M-A ($189 US)
  • PRO B660-A DDR4
  • PRO B660-A
  • PRO B660M-B ($129 US)
  • PRO B660M-G DDR4
  • PRO B660M-G ($139 US)
  • PRO B660M-E DDR4
  • PRO B660M-E ($119 US)
  • PRO B660M-C EX DDR4
  • PRO B660M-C EX

A 2.5G LAN, an EZ M.2 clip for simpler M.2 SSD installation, a 6-layer (2oz) copper PCB design, and a good array of IO capabilities are among the other features. MSI’s B660 motherboards appear to be pretty excellent, with decent heatsinks for the VRMs and even an M.2 heatsink for the primary slot on the entry-level PRO model. This motherboard would cost USD 189, but there would be more entry-level Pro variants available for less than USD 150.

The MAG Tomahawk WiFi DDR4 would cost around $239 US, the MAG Mortar WiFi DDR4 would cost around $219 US, and the MAG Bazooka DDR4 would cost around $179 US, according to our earlier pricing leak. The Mortar WiFi is a high-end Micro-ATX motherboard with twin full-length PCIe slots and dual M.2 slots with heatsinks.


The B660M Bazooka is a less expensive alternative with a single M.2 heatsink and a somewhat smaller VRM heatsink, but the rest of the characteristics are largely the same. The Tomahawk, as a full ATX board, comes with all of the functionality you’d expect from a $250 US board. After Intel launches their non-K Alder Lake CPU portfolio on January 4th, the motherboards are expected to go on sale.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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