Tuesday, February 26th 2013

MSI Teases Gaming Series Motherboards, Graphics Cards, and All-in-One Desktops

MSI, the world-leading manufacturer of Gaming motherboards, graphics-cards and All-in-Ones PCs storms CeBIT with a new line-up of Gaming products. Hardware enthusiasts and gamers will flock to MSI's new Z77 GAMING motherboards with their new distinctive looks. To complement MSI's new Gaming motherboards MSI will also display a new concept of graphics cards that match the striking looks of the new gaming motherboards. CeBIT 2013 will also be the first opportunity to touch MSI's new AG2712, world's first Gaming All-in-One. 2013 is an exciting year in the computer industry and MSI has reserved a spot in the driver's seat, as can be seen on CeBIT 2013.

A new line of motherboards
CeBIT 2013 is the first unveiling of MSI's new Gaming motherboards. A lineup created for and by gamers designed to offer exactly what gamers need without being limited to exorbitant price levels. MSI's Gaming motherboards will range in features and price to suit every gamers' need with better Audio features, the best Gaming network chip on the market and an all-out optimized third generation motherboard for the Intel 7 series chipset . Gamers can blindly trust MSI Gaming to offer the best Gaming networking chip with the latest Killer E2200 chip to accelerate and prioritize their gaming traffic. Visitors will also be able to get a first glimpse of MSI's upcoming motherboards for Intel's next-gen chipset. For high-end desktops MSI showcases its new X79A-GD45 Plus, popular MiniITX models, Thunderbolt equipped motherboards, AMD FM2 powerhouses and B75 business models.

Now you're Gaming with MSI
Also on display are a new class of MSI graphics card. Distinguishable by a new red color scheme on the cool Twin Frozr these graphics cards are designed to complete an all MSI gaming setup much like the record-holding Lightning graphics cards fit the Z77 MPOWER. These new graphics cards are the first addition to an MSI Gaming ecosystem, where gamers can mix and match MSI Gaming products for even better performance. You can also see MSI's latest GeForce TITAN graphics card as well as MSI's renowned line of record breaking Lightning graphics cards, the overclockers favorite pacing through the exclusive MSI Fire Strike Tech Demo in the new 3DMark.

A touch of Gaming
After successfully integrating all parts of a full-worthy gaming desktop into a massive touch-screen display, MSI proudly shows the world's first All-in-One PC for gaming enthusiasts at CeBIT: the MSI AG2712. The MSI AG2712 Gaming All-in-One PC is equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX670MX graphics card, one of the fastest, most advanced graphics cards at this moment. As more and more PC games available on app-stores and game shops are supporting movement gestures via touch, the MSI Gaming All-in-One PCs come with a multi-touch interface, even supporting 10-finger touch control. Accompanied by a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor, an impressive 27" anti-glare display with Full HD resolution and a top-notch audio solution by THX TruStudio Pro, the MSI AG2712 will impress both casual and enthusiastic gamers with visual awe and a striking performance.
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23 Comments on MSI Teases Gaming Series Motherboards, Graphics Cards, and All-in-One Desktops

#1
arterius2
looks like a new twin-frozr (V) is coming
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#2
EzioAs
Twin fans, superpipes, propeller blades, dust removal tech...

I'm quite curious what new feature the next line of twin frozr will bring.
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#3
n0tiert
Trying to fetch the ROG Train ?

:confused:
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#4
buggalugs
Its good for us that MSI is stepping up. Their Lightning cards are up there with the best on the market. Lightnings are better than Asus direct CUII cards. If they can transfer that quality to motherboards I would buy them no problem. Asus needs a real competitor and I think MSI can do it.
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#5
micropage7

its really teases, the picture is small too =P
but the red color looks good
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#6
Dj-ElectriC
I really like where this is going to be honest.
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#7
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
That's basically TF4 with yellow swapped with red, and that dragon head on the impeller.
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#8
ALMOSTunseen
Obviously my next build is going to have to be red themed.........
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#9
EzioAs
by: btarunr
That's basically TF4 with yellow swapped with red, and that dragon head on the impeller.
Makes sense. Usually new Twin Frozr version is launched together with new gen GPUs
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#10
n0tiert
atleast the Vendors should stay away from rainbow colored Mobos / GFX Cards ........
since the customers today are more ambitious

i cannot understand why they do great HW / Design and then use Green PCB's (RAM) e.g



and there are more ..... shure the vendor need to order or manufacture those pieces, but not only tech specs brings a customer to choose that Hardware, also Eye Candy as well

and i don't wanna now how much they earn since modding has come so popular
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#11
LAN_deRf_HA
I was hoping for a change to the impeller. Saw a comparison video of different 660s and theirs sounded unpleasantly high despite reading low on the db count.
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#12
ZetZet
by: n0tiert

i cannot understand why they do great HW / Design and then use Green PCB's (RAM) e.g
well you can't see that when it's in the slot, and it's cheaper to make it that way.
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#13
n0tiert
by: ZetZet
well you can't see that when it's in the slot, and it's cheaper to make it that way.
shure u do, :shadedshu mainly all bigger cases comes with side window
cheaper hhhhmmmm i dunno(eginnering & produce) .....
i bought Dominators GT´s to stay in color theme to the rig
Vengeance are 1/2 price to Dominators and have similar specs

but they are ugly due green PCB

ergo 40 bucks more for the GT´s
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#14
ZetZet
by: n0tiert
shure u do, :shadedshu mainly all bigger cases comes with side window
cheaper hhhhmmmm i dunno(eginnering & produce) .....
i bought Dominators GT´s to stay in color theme to the rig
Vengeance are 1/2 price to Dominators and have similar specs

but they are ugly due green PCB

ergo 40 bucks more for the GT´s
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/Vengeance_1600_MHz_CL9_12GB/images/meminstalled.jpg
if you think its worth spending twice as much just for that tiny corner...
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#15
n0tiert
by: ZetZet
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/Vengeance_1600_MHz_CL9_12GB/images/meminstalled.jpg
if you think its worth spending twice as much just for that tiny corner...
well if it worth it, with that question we all can grab our nose ;)
u could buy a preconfed rig for 300 bucks, true or false ? and in that case nobody would argue about such things....
but if i start producing half things i`ll better leave :cool:

i wonder if someone would buy the gfx card pictured above with a green pcb or blue...... hell no
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#16
ZetZet
by: n0tiert
well if it worth it, with that question we all can grab our nose ;)
u could buy a preconfed rig for 300 bucks, true or false ? and in that case nobody would argue about such things....
but if i start producing half things i`ll better leave :cool:

i wonder if someone would buy the gfx card pictured above with a green pcb or blue...... hell no
gigabyte has blue pcb's and people buy them, but i think gfx card pcb is important too cuz it's all you see :laugh: but in this ram you can't see it, especially if it's in the case.
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#17
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: ZetZet
gigabyte has blue pcb's and people buy them, but i think gfx card pcb is important too cuz it's all you see :laugh: but in this ram you can't see it, especially if it's in the case.
My gigabyte has a black PCB :)
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#19
theoneandonlymrk
by: n0tiert
shure u do, :shadedshu mainly all bigger cases comes with side window
cheaper hhhhmmmm i dunno(eginnering & produce) .....
i bought Dominators GT´s to stay in color theme to the rig
Vengeance are 1/2 price to Dominators and have similar specs

but they are ugly due green PCB

ergo 40 bucks more for the GT´s
Bit Ot for a green line , I bet your cupboards are the clean ,aligned , and labels to the front;p type
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#20
EarthDog
I like this too... I talked with our MSI rep at CES and he asked us what we thought of the networking solutions... I told him to save their money and use the Intel ports which are just as fast (last test I saw a couple years ago) than the Killer stuff... I THOUGHT the intel NIC was cheaper than the killer hardware as well, but, could be mistaking.

Time to reach out to get on the list!
mix and match MSI Gaming products for even better performance
Oof, marketing... Neliz... what is that about? Is that saying that by using all of these gaming components it will be faster than others without? Similar to what AMD did a couple years back with the 'dragon' platform (which offered zero benefits over the exact same specifications and differnent hardware)?

What is the release date on these?
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#23
neliz
MSI Rep
from the official press release: here
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