MSI, one of the world’s leading graphics card and mainboard manufacturers, is extremely happy to announce the availability of the MSI Z77 MPOWER, world’s first OC Certified mainboard. With the Z77 MPOWER, MSI is changing the game for everyone looking to get the best performance out of their CPU without worrying about long-term stability. Thanks to the OC Essentials, Military Class III components and Twin Frozr IV based thermal design the MSI Z77 MPOWER can withstand extreme loads in long duration overclocking tests. All in all, the MSI Z77 MPOWER promises to be the best choice for gamers and overclockers alike.
MSI is rolling out the GT70—the most awesome gaming notebook ever. It not only packs Intel’s 3rd generation Core i7 quad core processor, but is also equipped with Nvidia’s all-new flagship GeForce GTX 680M discrete graphics card. With the help of its 1,344 CUDAs (Compute Unified Device Architecture), the GT70 racked up a record-shattering P24,000 points on 3D Mark Vantage, representing pinnacle for graphics and display performance for this year’s high tech industry. These let the MSI GT70 is recommended by world renowned media Laptop Magazine.
When I hear the name MSI I mainly think of video cards and motherboards, but to many people’s surprise they make quite a few different products and one of them happens to be cases. Today we are checking out their Stealth Mid Tower Case. This case features a very sleek design, lots of cooling, USB 3.0 support, USB charging port and tool-less installation for both your hard drives and optical drives. Is this case going to make MSI a name you think about when looking for a new case? Read on to find out!
We were really excited to get up into MSI’s suite at CES to check out their flagship X79 board the Big Bang XPower II. It features a 22-phase hybrid power design, two 8 pin CPU power connectors, and seven PCI-E lanes for up to 4-way Crossfire or SLI. We were also shown MSI’s upcoming Intel 7 Series motherboards and a very cool external enclosure for graphics cards. Read on to check it all out!
City of Industry, CA – December 07, 2011 – MSI, the world’s premiere computer hardware and systems manufacturer, today announces a new line of computer cases aimed at PC enthusiasts that will be exclusively distributed by Pro-Com Products in North America. The Interceptor Series is designed to meet the rigorous demands of overclockers and gamers, yet provides extensive functionality and flexibility for everyday users. Two models will premiere in the black steel ATX mid tower designs – the Nighthawk and the Raptor.
We all know that AMD’s 990 chipset is coming very soon. We even got a glimpse at a prototype 990 board at CES. MSI has decided to show a few small sections of their new 990FXA-GD65 motherboard on their Facebook Page. Although we cannot see the entire board it does give us an idea of what to expect. From what we’ve seen it does not look like the new chipset is going to add many new major features, just some tweaks over the older chipset. Read on to check out the sneak peak photos of the board.
Intel’s Sandy Bridge launch was a huge success and a great way to start 2011. Within a few weeks though a chipset error was found on every single P67 motherboard. The error could have degraded SATA 3Gbps performance over time, putting you at risk of data loss and even total drive failures. Users may have never experienced this issue but it needed to be fixed. Intel was quick to rectify this situation with B3 stepping silicon. All new P67 motherboards with the new fix will be called “B3”. Today we will be taking a look at a new gaming / enthusiast motherboard from MSI with this B3 fix. The motherboard is the P67A-GD80 (B3) and features a 12-Phase DrMOS Digital VRM, MSI’s Military Class II components, the new ClickBIOS and 10 USB 3.0 ports.
Today we get the chance to check out a full featured motherboard without all of the bloat. The MSI 890FXA-GD65 motherboard with AMD’s 890FX chipset offers a whopping 10 USB ports, 2 of which are USB 3.0. It also includes support for SATA 6GB/s and is AM3+ ready, for those looking to buy the processors coming out later this year. This affordable motherboard is easy to overclock with the provided software and will surely give you your money’s worth. Read on further to get the fully detailed review.
City of Industry, CA – February 8, 2011 – After having swept through the global market with the dominating N460GTX Hawk, world-renowned graphics card and mainboard manufacturer MSI announces the next-generation Hawk series, the R6870 Hawk graphics card. Equipped with the advanced Twin Frozr III thermal design, the all new R6870 Hawk is the world’s first graphics card to use propeller blade technology. When compared to traditional fans, the air flow is increased by 20%, allowing the GPU temperature to be up to 21 degrees lower1. Furthermore, it uses the 8+2 phase PWM design to provide the GPU with 2 times the power supply, along with triple overvoltage functions that allow further evolution of R6870 Hawk’s overclocking capability. The R6870 Hawk has the most perfect performance blend of cooling, power components, stability, and high performance found on a graphics card today.
I’m sure you have been loaded with Intel Sandy Bridge news and reviews all this month. We posted our first Sandy Bridge review on the CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 4000 Intel P67 Sandy Bridge System, then the Intel Core i5-2500K LGA 1155 “Sandy Bridge” Processor, so check those our if you haven’t already. Today we are going to be taking a look at our first Sandy Bridge motherboard the P67A-GD55 from MSI. This is also our first MSI motherboard review so we are pretty excited. This motherboard is Sandy Bridge ready and features the P67 chipset, 2 SATA 6GB/s ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, the OC Genie II feature, ClickBIOS and Military Class II high stability components. Let’s take a look…
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