Wednesday, January 4th 2017

MSI Also Upgrades Nightblade Series Desktops with Kaby Lake Processors

MSI, the world's leading manufacturer of true gaming hardware, has fitted its Nightblade gaming desktop line with the recently introduced Intel Kaby Lake chipset. Built on the legacy of the first Nightblade gaming desktop series, the Nightblade 3 and Nightblade MI3 come with an updated exterior and interior design. With the updated exterior of the Nightblade 3 and Nightblade MI3, the Nightblade series gets a fresh upgrade for the next generation. Together with Nightblade MIB, the MSI Nightblade series PCs are ready to take any gaming challenge.

On the outside you will find an easy carry-handle situated at the front of the chassis, to make it convenient for gamers to bring their rig anywhere. Upgrading these systems is a piece of cake thanks to removable left, -right, and -topside chassis covers, giving access to its memory, graphics or storage bays. Applied to MSI's full gaming desktop family, MSI VR Link provides an HDMI port on the front side and 'One-Click to VR' software to optimize your VR experience.
The MSI Nightblade series are known as a compact build so that your gaming rig doesn't take up much space and is easy to transport to any gaming destination. For those who like to add a little personal touch to their system, Nightblade 3 and Nightblade MI3 feature RGB Mystic Light. By using the Mystic Light App or MSI's Gaming Center software, gamers can change the color and effects of all LEDs individually or together.

On the inside, all MSI Gaming Desktops distinguish themselves from the competition by implementing the award-winning MSI GAMING graphics cards, which deliver better graphics and cooling performance than any reference card on the market. The Nightblade 3 features an MSI GeForce GTX 1070 GAMING 8G graphics card while the Nightblade MI3 wields an MSI GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING 6G graphics card.

MSI Silent Storm cooling is a unique way to keep the system as cool and quiet as possible by individually cooling the most important heat-generating hardware in the system.
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