MSI reveals new Military Class III products at Computex:
MSI, the world-renowned mainboard and graphics card manufacturer will exhibit brand new standard defining products at this year's Computex tradeshow in Taiwan. The anxiously awaited MSI N680GTX Lightning is showing off its amazing looks and recordshattering performance with a live demo of Futuremark's new DirectX 11.1 capable 3DMark for Windows 8. Windows 8 compatibility will of-course promoted by MSI and users can experience new features like Windows 8's Fast Boot and Secure Boot. MSI's new A85XA-G65 is based on AMD's new A85X chipset for the upcoming AMD Trinity based APUs. MSI will apply its top level quality with Military Class III components and an all-new Hybrid Digital Power supply. When it comes to Power however, MSI has a brand new experience waiting: the all new MSI Z77 MPower and X79 MPower changing the overclocking scene with OC-in-Warranty and OC Certification. This simply means that all MPower boards have been tested and validated to run at certain OC speeds and that damage to the Military Class III components during overclocking will be covered by warranty, unlike others.
MSI MPower - Changing the overclocking scene
The all new MSI Z77 MPower and X79 MPower are set to be the de-facto standard for overclocking. Being made out of only the best components (Military Class III) we can safely allow any overclocking on the MPower series mainboards as Military Class III component damage from overclocking will be covered by warranty! Also besides the already stringent regular burnin tests, MSI also tests the MPower boards to handle high OC loads with watercooling to make sure that each MPower mainboard is capable of great overclocking. This will earn each MPower mainboard the "OC Certified" label
N680GTX Lightning debuts along new 3DMark with DirectX 11.1
The all new MSI N680GTX Lightning is long awaited by the PC community and we're happy to unveil it at Computex. The new N680GTX Lightning is continuing the family tradition of unrelenting performance graphics cards. Built with MSI's Military Class III components, Hybrid Digital Power OC features, Lightning Power Layer and the much vaunted Twin Frozr IV Thermal Design. To demonstrate its feature readiness MSI has coworked with Futuremark to show the next installment of the #1 benchmarking application 3DMark for Windows 8. With the next 3DMark installment will come new DirectX 11.1 features and together with the N680GTX Lightning this affirms the dedication and commitment MSI has with the PC community. 3DMark for Windows 8 is the second joined unveiling of a 3DMark title after partnering with Futuremark for 3DMark11 for Computex 2010.
Jukka Mäkinen, Futuremark CEO, said, "Windows 8 will introduce DirectX 11.1 offering players new game enhancing graphical effects. We are excited to join with MSI to showcase these new features in an exclusive 3DMark for Windows 8 tech demo that will premiere at Computex.
3DMark for Windows 8 is currently in development and is expected to be released later this year.
All new MSI A85XA-G65 Windows 8 on MSI
For those looking for performance on a budget, MSI is happy to announce the new MSI A85XA-G65 mainboard. this new FM2 mainboard is built for the all new AMD "Trinity" APU which has already found its way in mobile computers and will soon be available on the desktop. This will bring a great price/performance proposition which MSI has enhanced with Hybrid Digital Power, allowing higher and more stable overclocks together with MSI's renowned Military Class III components. With the new preview of Windows 8 being available, everyone is excited to try Microsoft's new Operating system on their PC. MSI is happy to show it's mainboard range supporting the latest OS and there will be hands on demonstrations showing how new features like Windows 8's Fast Boot and Secure boot can change the way you work with your computer today.
At Computex MSI will expand its Power Edition line-up with the new N670GTX Power Edition.
The N670GTX Power Edition is based on NVIDIA's GTX 670 Kepler GPU and when overclocked promises performance that is better than a reference GTX 680! The two key features of an MSI Power Edition graphics card are of course available: A strenghtened PWM for better OC and Triple Overvoltage to squeeze every bit of performance out of an already power graphics card