MSI’s B760I Edge WiFi motherboard is a solid choice for a compact gaming system, offering good looks and a decent feature set. Priced at $205 / £199 / AU$349, it competes with other Mini-ITX options from ASRock, Gigabyte, and Asus in the same price range. While it may not have all the bells and whistles of higher-end boards, it does the job well for gaming and general computing tasks.

One of the standout features of the B760I Edge WiFi is its aesthetic appeal, with a silver-on-black theme that would look great in a white case. It lacks onboard RGB lighting but offers RGB and ARGB headers for customization. The board supports Intel 12th, 13th, and 14th Gen processors, with DDR5-7200+ (OC) memory compatibility up to 128GB.

In terms of performance, the B760I Edge WiFi handles an Intel Core i9 13900K processor with ease, thanks to its 8+2+1-phase VRM with 90a stages. While it may not have the most powerful VRM or ultra-fast memory support, it does a good job of keeping things cool under load. The board also features two M.2 slots for storage, both supporting Gen 4 SSDs, and four SATA ports.

On the connectivity front, the rear I/O offers eight USB ports, including USB Type A and C 10Gbps ports, four 5Gbps ports, and two USB 2.0 ports. It also includes DisplayPort and HDMI 2.1 ports, Realtek 2.5Gbps Ethernet, and Intel WiFi 6E. The absence of a BIOS flashback feature is a downside, as it may require a BIOS update to support 14th Gen processors.

Overall, the MSI B760I Edge WiFi is a capable and attractive Mini-ITX motherboard that is well-suited for compact gaming builds. While it may face tough competition from other boards in its price range, it offers solid performance and features for the price. If you’re looking for a reliable and stylish motherboard for your next build, the B760I Edge WiFi is worth considering.