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MSI expands its Mini-ITX motherboard lineup

Posted on Friday, December 07 2012 @ 11:54:48 CET by


MSI announces some new additions to its Mini-ITX lineup:
Mini-ITX is quickly becoming the platform choice for PC builders whether it’s for personal entertainment, gaming pc's or office pc's. With the recently launched C847IS-P33, MSI now has added flexibility for those looking for the perfect adoption of computing power to a small form factor. The new C847IS-P33 is powered by an on-board dual-core Celeron 847 CPU and combined with Intel’s NM70 chipset to provide and feature-rich Windows 8 compatible platform.

Mini-ITX offerings expanding
Mini-ITX popularity is rapidly growing and with the increased miniaturization allows for the problem-free construction of complete gaming systems based on this small form factor. MSI strives to offer the easiest solution for by designing mainboards with design suggestions from its (Gaming-)PC assembly partners. this ensures you have the best layout of features across a mini-ITX mainboard and no problems installing silent, enthusiast level water-cooling solutions.

MSI mini-ITX line-up
With the addition of the C847IS-P33 MSI now has a great choice of mini-ITX options from entry level all the way to the high-end entertainment and gaming market:

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MSI Mini ITX motherboard



 



 

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