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MPG B550 GAMING CARBON WIFI
12+2, IR35201 (6+2), 12*TDA21462 60A=720A, 6*IR3599 DOUBLER

MPG B550 GAMING EDGE WIFI
10+2, RAA229004 (5+2)?, 10*ISL99360 60A=600A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MPG B550 GAMING PLUS
10+2, IR35201 (5+2), 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024), 5*IR3598 DOUBLER

MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI
8+2, MPS MP2855 (?), 8*MP86936 (60A?****)=480A, PARALLEL/TEAMED(NO DOUBLER)
(google said MP86936 is 70a)

MAG B550 TOMAHAWK
10+2, RAA229004 (5+2)?, 10*ISL99360 60A=600A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MAG B550M MORTAR (WIFI)
8+2, RAA229004 (4+2)?, 8*ISL99360 60A=480A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MAG B550M BAZOOKA
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

B550-A PRO
10+2, IR35201 (4+2), 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024), 5*IR3598 DOUBLER

B550M PRO-VDH WIFI
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

B550M PRO-DASH
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

source: toppc from msi



XEX B550 XXXXX
?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????
would be arrived in june/july



btw i have seen ppl saying RAA229004 or RAA229001 to be X+Y=7 which should be wrong.




combined with NIGHTHOG DATA
MPG B550 GAMING CARBON WIFI 219$/249€ 12+2 TDA21462 60A 6-Layer
MPG B550 GAMING EDGE WIFI 189$/209€ 10+2 ISL99360 60A 6-Layer
MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI 199$/219€ 8+2 (MP86936??) 60A 8-Layer
MPG B550 GAMING PLUS 149$/169€ 10+2 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024)
MAG B550 TOMAHAWK 179$/199€ 10+2 ISL99360 60A 6-Layer
MAG B550M MORTAR WIFI 169$/189€ 8+2 ISL99360 60A 4-Layer
MAG B550M MORTAR 159$/179€ 8+2 ISL99360 60A 4-Layer
MAG B550M BAZOOKA 139$/155€ 4+2 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024)
B550-A PRO 139$/155€ 10+2 [1x1+2x2] Mosfets 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024) 4-Layer
B550M PRO-VDH WIFI 129$/139€ 4+2 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024)
B550M PRO-DASH 119$/129€ 4+2 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024)
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btw why NIGHTHOG said the itx mosfets are from vishay? any source?
It was the B550 MSI video, Though they might have only mentioned Dr.MOS just drew a conclusion it was Vishay, but I'm aware there are Intersil Dr.MOS as well but more than that I know not who makes "Dr.MOS". They are the usual suspects for these boards overall. If there is another manufacturer my guess was then wrong.

As you have a better source as "toppc" from MSI should be I'll go with that information and add it into the list.

It's good you had the parts numbers there. Was missing and found no source yet for it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
It was the B550 MSI video, Though they might have only mentioned Dr.MOS just drew a conclusion it was Vishay, but I'm aware there are Intersil Dr.MOS as well but more than that I know not who makes "Dr.MOS". They are the usual suspects for these boards overall. If there is another manufacturer my guess was then wrong.

As you have a better source as "toppc" from MSI should be I'll go with that information and add it into the list.

It's good you had the parts numbers there. Was missing and found no source yet for it.
oic i didnt go throught the whole livestream.

the info of the mps stuffs on itx edge cant be found online. thats the part i am confused. and it is not listed as MPXXXX model in the source, i just tried to find the most likely ones, although it is explicilty stated to be MPS stuffs.
we shall wait and see the actual unbox/reviews later to verify them in case there are some typo.
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oic i didnt go throught the whole livestream.

the info of the mps stuffs on itx edge cant be found online. thats the part i am confused. and it is not listed as MPXXXX model in the source, i just tried to find the most likely ones, although it is explicilty stated to be MPS stuffs.
we shall wait and see the actual unbox/reviews later to verify them in case there are some typo.
The Livestream was a mess to go through, only at the 2hour mark was more comprehensive information presented I wanted from it where they mentioned actual specs to a degree.

About RAA229004. It this a Intersil part? Gigabyte uses ISL229004 and they are 5+3 controllers (8-phases total) going through their data.

EDIT: RAA = RENESAS?

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btw the mortar and tomhawk got upgraded from discret mofets to drmos/sps.
however the BAZOOKA stays unchanged, i was hoping it at least to be upgraded to 5*(2H+2L) just like gaming plus without doublers and ir controller.
the b450m bazooka plus is great.

Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
The Livestream was a mess to go through, only at the 2hour mark was more comprehensive information presented I wanted from it where they mentioned actual specs to a degree.

About RAA229004. It this a Intersil part? Gigabyte uses ISL229004 and they are 5+3 controllers (8-phases total) going through their data.

EDIT: RAA = RENESAS?
they even didnt post the price chart just like what they shown at z490 livestream, i was waiting that for a hour and i gave up lol.

yes RAA = RENESAS

RENESAS bought intersil.
"RAA" should be renesas stuffs, intersil with "isl".

some controllers (X+Y) can be rearragned between vcore and vccgt/soc, some cant or it needs to be custom made for mobo manufactures.
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Biostar uses Intersil parts on their B550 boards. Both have the same Dr.MOS design with doublers used for SoC side.

B550GTA 10-phase[6+4] | ISL99360?, PWM: ISL229004
B550GTQ 10-phase[6+4] | ISL99360?, PWM: ISL229004

You find the parts on the product page photos, though a little hard to read but with a little effort you figure it out.
I figured it was the ISL993?0.

https://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb...n.php?S_ID=985 (best pictures)

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
Biostar uses Intersil parts on their B550 boards. Both have the same Dr.MOS design with doublers used for SoC side.

B550GTA 10-phase[6+4] | ISL99360?, PWM: ISL229004
B550GTQ 10-phase[6+4] | ISL99360?, PWM: ISL229004

You find the parts on the product page photos, though a little hard to read but with a little effort you figure it out.
I figured it was the ISL993?0.

https://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb...n.php?S_ID=985 (best pictures)
check the pm please
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MPG B550 GAMING CARBON WIFI
12+2, IR35201 (6+2), 12*TDA21462 60A=720A, 6*IR3599 DOUBLER

MPG B550 GAMING EDGE WIFI
10+2, RAA229004 (5+2)?, 10*ISL99360 60A=600A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MPG B550 GAMING PLUS
10+2, IR35201 (5+2), 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024), 5*IR3598 DOUBLER

MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI
8+2, MPS MP2855 (?), 8*MP86936 (60A?****)=480A, PARALLEL/TEAMED(NO DOUBLER)
(google said MP86936 is 70a)

MAG B550 TOMAHAWK
10+2, RAA229004 (5+2)?, 10*ISL99360 60A=600A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MAG B550M MORTAR (WIFI)
8+2, RAA229004 (4+2)?, 8*ISL99360 60A=480A, PARALLEL/TEAMED

MAG B550M BAZOOKA
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

B550-A PRO
10+2, IR35201 (4+2), 10*(1H+1L)(4C029+4C024), 5*IR3598 DOUBLER

B550M PRO-VDH WIFI
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

B550M PRO-DASH
4+2, RT8894 (4+2), 4*(2H+2L)(4C029+4C024), DIRECT 4 PHASES///PARALLEL 8 WITH 4 CHOKES ONLY

source: toppc from msi
Update: MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI is direct 8 phase for Vcore. SOC 2 phase teamed.
MOSFET MP86936 is rated 60A

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Update: MPG B550I GAMING EDGE WIFI is direct 8 phase for Vcore. SOC 2 phase teamed.
MOSFET MP86936 is rated 60A
Is the controller 9-phase then or they used a separate one for SoC?

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b550 rog strix e & rog strix f

B550m tuf wifi

biostar b550gta, isl99390 90a.......................
https://news.xfastest.com/review/rev...550gtq-review/

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https://news.xfastest.com/review/rev...k-b550-taichi/

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