Thursday, October 29th 2009

MSI Unveils Big Bang Trinergy P55

MSI, a leading high-performance mainboard company, unveil its first gaming series mainboards in Intel P55 platform featuring awe-inspiring graphics and audio functionality to offer serious gamers immersive gaming experience.

The state-of-the-art gaming line is inspired by the mighty Big Bang. Unique and innovative, the all-new Big Bang series will deliver the shock and awe of unprecedented experiences and expand into its own collection of galaxies.

The first Big Bang branded mainboard, Trinergy is designed with eye-catching features such as NVIDIA SLI technology and QuantumWave audio processing with the latest THX TruStudio PC and Creative EAX ADVANCED HD 5.0 plus exclusive performance boost design from MSI.
Powered by NVIDIA nForce 200 SLI processor, the Trinergy offers extreme gamers the most powerful graphics-intensive capability up to triple graphics configuration. Aimed at gamers and enthusiasts seeking cinematic enjoyment, QuantumWave audio card is designed to plunge you into the heart of the action, delivering the fullest audio experience for games, music and movies while remaining true to the source.

The Big Bang Trinergy also features cutting-edge 100% Hi-c Cap to maximizing system performance. This supreme component adopted for gaming machines can guarantee server-grade operation stability in an extreme condition. Besides, it is equipped with an external OC Dashboard that gives extreme gamers on-the-fly overclocking to optimize FPS without interrupting your session. If you're into a little of amateur overclocking, with MSI's exclusive chip-driven OC Genie, you can enjoy the convenience and hugely improved performance with a simple press of a button.

Big Bang Fuzion
The upcoming Big Bang Fuzion mainboard features the powerful Lucid HYDRA engine, designed to support different Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) within a single system. This provides the first viable alternative to offerings from current graphics card vendors that offer identical multi-GPU specific solutions. It will be revealed before the end of 2009.
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17 Comments on MSI Unveils Big Bang Trinergy P55

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There are two Big Bang models: Trinergy and Fuzion. Trinergy has nForce 200, and Fuzion (upcoming) has Lucid Hydra.
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Bird of Prey
Man I love this board, only sucks it doesnt do ATI as well as Nvidia. The Fuzion, if its just like this should be kick ass. If I had the cash, Id go with an intel Core i5 system in a heart beat just because of this board. I wouldn't get rid of my AMD rig, but Id toy around with this bad boy.
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Bummer i was hoping to see some hydra reviews
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Assuming fusion performs well ( Tech power up review plz!) it will be my next upgrade somewhere down the line .
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HalfAHertzBummer i was hoping to see some hydra reviews

waiting.... :rolleyes:
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I'm really curious on how much the Fuzion model will cost.
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Damn. The Anandtech article stating Hydra available in 30 days was posted 9/22...
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The Knife in your Back
Looks nice, but why are they making the gaming boards like these for the P55 chipset, like Lucid Hydra, when the P55 chipset cant give a full 16 lanes to any card after the 1st? Wouldn't it be a better idea to make it for other processors that can allow that if thats the end goal, to use more than 1 GPU?
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Love the color of the board and the way its layed out.
Not looking for A P55 board though.
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Served 5k and counting ...
Big Bang Fuzion delayed again I see. Was slated for today, must have ran into some issues or something.
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So, does this board (with the N200 chip) take away the capability to run Crossfire that is inherent in P55? Or, is it implemented to provide the extra PCI-X lanes needed to run Tri-SLI?
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This board, the Trinergy support SLI and Crossfire but cards cannot be matched between ATI and Nvidia cards, check the msi site its up now

The fuzion will support using Nvidia and ATI cards paired up.
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This puppy is loaded :D
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