MSI has not said much about their Z87 line of gaming motherboards. All of the information about the gaming motherboards is already up on their website, but MSI has been busy promoting and teasing their Z87 XPower and MPower boards. Well the Z87A-GD65 gaming motherboard has won the Best Choice Award, the official award of COMPUTEX TAIPEI. The Best Choice Award has always focused on Functionality, Innovation and Market Potential as the main judging guideline.
As we keep on getting closer to the launch of NVIDIA’s 700 Series more and more cards keep on getting spotted. MSI’s upcoming GeForce GTX 770 Lightning graphics card has been spotted. This card will feature a custom PCB and MSI’s Twin Frozr IV cooling solution. Read on to check out the photos!
After the past few weeks of teasing us MSI has officially announced their Z87 MPower MAX and Z87 MPower motherboards. These boards feature a very cool black and yellow design and are built specifically for overclockers and enthusiasts. Read on for all the details on each board.
Besides’s MSI’s high-end Z87 MPower Max Motherboard and their Z87 XPower Motherboard MSI has a whole line of Z87 Gaming motherboards. Their upcoming Z87-GD65 motherboard has been pictured and detailed by CoolEnjoy. This board is made for gamers and latest notable addition includes the Sound Blaster Core chip which provides enhanced audio quality through the 7.1 channel audio jack.
MSI’s upcoming Z87 MPower MAX motherboard has been fully unboxed and detailed by EgyptHardware. MSI has been teasing this board as well as the Z87 XPower board over the past few weeks. These two boards are the top of the line Haswell motherboards MSI will be releasing for overclockers and enthusiasts. Read on to see all of the photos and information about the upcoming Z87 MPower MAX motherboard.
MSI has been teasing their upcoming Z87 motherboards on their Facebook pages and other social accounts. Last week we saw the MPower Max Motherboard and the past weeks before that we got a closer look at the Z87 XPower Motherboard. Well MSI is back to the XPower board releasing the photo that you see below, which gives us even more details about the upcoming board.
MSI, who we mainly know for their motherboards and video cards have expanded their offerings with two brand new mechanical gaming keyboards. These gaming motherboards have a unique color scheme which will watch MSI’s M-Power products and even Avexir’s memory modules. For those looking to have a matching keyboard for those products these may be it. Taking a look at the specifications and design they do not look that bad either.
It looks like AMD is prepping a new lower-end graphics cards in their Radeon 7000 series. User Toppc from Coolaler forums has leaked images and well as benchmarks of a Radeon HD 7730 from MSI. Not much is known about the specifications of the card just yet, but we do know the card is clocked at 800 MHz core and 1125 MHz memory clock. We would assume it is also running 1 GB of GDDR5 memory. No official word on what core this card is running, our guess is a cut down version of either the Bonaire XT chip or Cape Verde chip.
MSI has been using Facebook to give us a little glimpse of their upcoming Haswell motherboards. Just last week they released a shot of their Z87 XPower motherboard, which has a 32-phase VRM! Today they have released another shot of a different board, the Z87 MPower MAX which features MSI’s Military Class 4 components.
Just last week we got our first look at MSI’s upcoming Big Bang Z87 XPower Motherboard. MSI showed a few photos and a teaser video, which did not show all that much. Today on MSI’s UK Facebook page they have released the photo you see below. The photo shows some of the components that are going to be used on this new board as part of their Military Class 4 components. These include Super Ferrite Chokes, black solid state capacitors, and a total of 32 VRM power phases!
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