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MSI PRO Z790 P Price History

Price History for MSI PRO Z790-P WIFI LGA 1700 Intel Z790 SATA 6Gb/s DDR5 ATX Motherboard


Current Price $199.99 June 22, 2024
Highest Price $209.99 May 23, 2024
Lowest Price $189.00 January 28, 2024
Since December 29, 2023

Last price changes

$199.99 June 3, 2024
$208.99 May 31, 2024
$207.99 May 28, 2024
$209.99 May 23, 2024
$199.99 May 20, 2024

MSI PRO Z790 P Description

High-Performance Workstation-Grade LGA1200 Socket:

The MSI PRO Z790-P WiFi ProSeries Motherboard is an excellent choice for users looking for a reliable and high-performance workstation solution. It is equipped with the latest Intel Workstation-grade LGA1200 socket that is designed to support either 12th or 13th Generation Intel LGA 1200 processors, providing uninterrupted operation at the highest speeds and performance. With support for up to 64GB DDR4-3200 memory, the PRO Z790-P is equally capable of powering demanding rendering tasks or gaming applications.

2.5G LAN & Dual Band Wi-Fi 6:

The MSI PRO Z790-P WiFi ProSeries Motherboard also offers excellent support for high-speed networking, with both 2.5G LAN as well as Dual-Band AC Wi-Fi 6. With the 2.5G LAN, users can enjoy the maximum speed of 2.5Gbps, while the Wi-Fi 6 allows users to reach up to a whopping 1.2Gbps speeds for wireless gaming or streaming. Furthermore, the PRO Z790-P also supports up to 8 SATA3 6.0 Gbps connectors, allowing users to easily expand their storage capabilities for larger file saving or editing tasks.

Support for Multiple I/O Ports & USB Type-C:

The MSI PRO Z790-P WiFi ProSeries Motherboard also features a range of ports for external devices, including 2 USB Type A ports (1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 + 1 USB 3.2 Gen 2), 1 Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen1 Type C port, 1 HDMI port, and a 2.5G LAN port. The inclusion of the USB Type C ports further highlights the PRO Z790-P’s ability to handle large data transfer speeds, making it a great choice for users looking to connect external SSDs or hard drives for reliable file storage.

Groundbreaking Features & DDR4 Boost Technology:

The MSI PRO Z790-P WiFi ProSeries Motherboard also comes with a range of groundbreaking features that help to increase levels of performance and stability. These features include Auto Overclocking, which can detect process configurations and make automatic adjustments to maximize performance, as well as DDR4 Boost Technology, which helps to reduce latency and further boost memory performance.


• LGA1200 Socket to support either 12th or 13th Generation Intel LGA 1200 processors
• 2.5G LAN & Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 for ultra-fast networking
• Support for up to 64GB DDR4-3200 memory
• 8 SATA3 6.0 Gbps connectors for expandable storage
• 2 USB Type A ports (1 USB 3.2 Gen 1 + 1 USB 3.2 Gen 2)
• Front Panel USB 3.2 Gen1 Type C port
• Auto Overclocking for boosted performance
• DDR4 Boost Technology for faster memory performance

MSI PRO Z790 P Specification

Specification: MSI PRO Z790 P





Memory Speed

‎7000 MHz





Item model number

‎Z790-P WIFI

Item Weight

‎2.51 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12 x 9.6 x 2.5 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12 x 9.6 x 2.5 inches



Date First Available

‎October 20, 2022

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MSI PRO Z790 P Reviews (8)

8 reviews for MSI PRO Z790 P

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  1. JonasWhitley

    I bought this motherboard for my new server as I wanted to go Intel 13th gen with DDR5.

    This motherboard gives you 4 M.2 Nvme slots, a decent assortment of PCI-e ports and a 2.5Gbps Intel NIC.

    This motherboard had been running my new server for about 3 months now with 0 issues.

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  2. MattWeiler

    Primero actualice la BIOS, le puse un i5 13400f más rx 6700 xt, sin problema instalé Windows 11, en la instalación me pidió conectar ethernet y al ingresar a Windows 11 automáticamente descargó todos los drivers

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  3. Amazon Customer

    El producto llegó en caja abierta y estaba dañado.

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  4. Emily Reed

    Used this as the backbone of my 4070Ti 13700K build! Had no issues whatsoever with any I/O front connectors themselves OR the I/O shield messing with standoff heights in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic Evo (case used for the build). The manual can be found on the box via a QR code, and there is also an optical disk for flashing BIOS if you have one of those! Don’t forget that ethernet connections won’t work out of box until you download the necessary drivers, so I’d really recommend using the antennae that is provided! Especially if you will be sticking with a wireless connection for one reason or another. Product registration on MSI was also a breeze. I’ve had no stability or interference issues on my DDR5 system, and really couldn’t be any happier with how well this motherboard is treating me. Stop overspending on RGB header motherboards, and stick with simple, effective, and affordable Z790 Pro!

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  5. Emily Reed

    I’ve bult my own PCs for 20 years. This was by far my most difficult build.

    My setup:
    1. Intel i5 13500 cpu. Has built in GPU.
    2. MSI PRO Z790-P motherboard
    3. 16GB Crucial RAM DDR5
    4. Samsung 990 Pro SSD NVME
    5. Corsair 750W power supply (1 12V EPS 8 pin CPU connector)
    6. EVGA Nvidia 1660 super video card. I did not install right away as I wanted to install Windows 11 with Intel GPU.

    Let me start by saying that the manual is not clear if both EPS 12V 8 pin connectors are needed for CPU. I did some searching and everything I read said the 2nd 8 pin connector is optional unless you overlock. So I used the one EPS connector I have on my existing power supply as I will not be overclocking CPU.

    Problem #1 – No video on power up. Moved EPS connector from power 2 position to power 1 position (see photo). Issue fixed.
    Problem #2 – Windows 11 install program would crash right away (purple screen). I was using blu-ray disk & drive for isntall. Converted to USB Windows 11 install. Windows 11 able to install until online update step of installation.
    Problem #3 – Windows 11 install would crash at update step. I started to give up. As total guess I installed the NVIDIA 1660 super video card. This fixed the issue and allowed me to complete Windows 11 install. I don’t understand why this was necessary but my theory is the single EPS 12V 8 pin connector is not enough power to run the CPU and embedded GPU on the i5 13500.

    Bottom line is use 2 EPS 12V connectors on this motherboard.

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  6. Travis S

    Excellent mobo

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  7. Vj

    I used this for my first official ground-up build. I’ve used worked-over used PC’s for years with great results and wanted to do an actual build this time for a Win11-compatible machine capable of light gaming. Here are the steps you should take:
    -Install mobo in tower with other components
    -Download ALL available drivers (for Win10 or Win11, whichever you install) using another computer and put them on a USB thumb drive
    -Power on the machine
    -Install Win10/Win11 but DO NOT HAVE A NETWORK CABLE PLUGGED IN (YET)!!
    -While in the OS, plug in your USB thumb drive with the MSI drivers and move all of the driver zip files to the new computer, unzip them, and install them; make sure to have your Device Manager open so you can confirm all of the hardware is being detected
    -Plug in your network connection (or connect via wifi) so you can access the internet and allow Windows Updates to do it’s thing
    -Install your personal stuff (browser, games, files, etc) from your old machine
    -You’re done!

    The install overall was a breeze. All of the drivers worked and there were no unknown devices showing in Device Manager afterward. I used an old Win7 Pro key I had to activate Win10 and it worked like a charm. I’m just waiting for my GPU before I can start using the new rig full-time and decommission my old desktop. I’m using a Samsung 512GB NVMe as a boot drive and two 3TB HGST HDD’s as slave drives for everything else. I installed an Intel 12th gen I7 and this thing boots in under 10 seconds. 32GB of DDR5 memory as well. All of this in a Rosewill Cullinan blue LED case and an Rosewill ARC750 PSU with a Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB CPU cooler.

    For a first-time real-deal build, this motherboard worked out nicely. I’ll play around with the RAM and CPU overclocking features down the road a bit, but otherwise I’m very pleased with this build!

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  8. Cliente de Amazon

    The media could not be loaded.

     They patched this 3 times and it still does not work. Avoid Motherboards with Intel I225-V Ethernet Modules. They will appear to work briefly but are constantly failing and rebooting thanks to the patch.

    If that patch ever fails to catch it, your internet won’t work until restart, and due to the buggy driver, you will then bluescreen on restart. Even when the patch does its job, if you’re hosting a server, everyone will be force-disconnected every time it resets.

    Better yet, avoid All Intel Ethernet Controllers. I can’t trust them at all now.

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