One so far unseen Z68 motherboard model and one upgraded – if you can call it that – model has emerged on the MSI website today, namely the Z68A-G43 (B3) and the Z68A-GD55 (G3). This brings MSI's total Z68 board count up to seven, as three models are identical bar PCI Express 3.0 support.
Most people may not know it, but MSI has been a player in the tablet space for quite some time already, except that its tablets never really managed to take off in the same way as those of its competitors. However, if you though that MSI is all ready to give up its stake in the tablet
So far MSI has only really launched five Z68 boards, although two has already been revised with PCI Express 3.0 support for Intel's Ivy Bridge processors that should launch sometime in the first half of next year. We've managed to get hold of a couple of pictures of a more affordable ATX size board that
All good things must come to an end. We thus bring you the last part of our special report on the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Asia Pacific Final.
We got an early look at MSI's new X460 series of notebooks back at Computex, but now the company has officially unveiled its new models. We've gotten our hands on the first official pictures of the X460 beyond the tiny ones supplied with the press release and we have to say that this looks like yet
We take a look at the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Asia Pacific Final results and whatever else which led to that.
We missed out on the customary details just to pump out our Ten Page Special. Time to roll back the clock, so we get to see more of the beginning!
This ten-page special is dedicated to the blood, sweat, tears and spent liquid nitrogen that went into the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Asia Pacific Final here in Jakarta, Indonesia. Overclocking, hurray!
See the whacky setups contestants assemble for the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Asia Pacific Final. It's finally gearing up, alright!
So far MSI has only announced a single socket FM1 motherboard for AMD's Llano APUs, the A75MA-G55, but we've managed to score some pictures of the final version of MSI's upcoming A75A-G35 motherboard. It's not MSI's most exciting motherboard ever, but it's an entry level model so take it for what it is.
For competitive overclockers participating in the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Asia Pacific Final, today marks the day of reckoning – where 12 teams vie for four top spots – in order to advance to the next level in this cruel battle called "Operation: Jakarta."
VR-Zone.com finds itself in Jakarta, Indonesia, with overclockers from a dozen different nations for company. See what kind of minefield MSI has laid out for them, even before the battle begins!
So far we've already seen quite a few notebook models from MSI this year, but the company is continually updating its line up and the new CX480 follows the CX640 in terms of overall design, but it has a few features of its own. MSI has really started to get the fact that design matters
MSI has introduced their latest AMD A75 chipset based motherboard with MilitaryClass II components, the MSI A75MA-G55. More details inside.
So far MSI has announced surprisingly few Intel Z68 based motherboards and if you swing by MSI's website you'll notice that there are a mere three models listed. A fourth model and MSI's second mATX Z68 board is on the way though, although we don't quite follow MSI's reasoning on where this model ends up
In this showdown, Gigabyte's Ultra Durable GA-Z68X-UD7-B3 takes on MSI's Military Class Z68A-GD80! Which Z68 motherboard is the better of the two? Read on to find out…
MSI is going to ship their G-series gaming laptops, GT780R and GX780. More details inside.
MSI has already launched a couple of higher-end AMD 900-series chipset motherboards, but the company is readying a more affordable model in the shape of the 970A-G45. The board was shown off at Computex, but we've managed to get our hands on a couple of official pictures of the board as well as some pricing.
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For those of you looking for a high-performance notebook with a good portability ratio the selection tends to be fairly slim, but MSI's new X460 is the first notebook we've seen that is addressing this market. The X-series has traditionally been MSI's thin and light notebooks, although the performance has been suffering somewhat due to