All Product Articles tagged ‘msi’
There's a new Lightning graphics card from MSI and it packs twice the usual amount of memory. Here's our review of the MSI N580GTX Lightning Xtreme 3GB.
AMD's hopes for the desktop market are in the hands of its upcoming next-gen CPU architecture, codenamed Bulldozer. While speculation continues over whether the new processors will be delayed, the supporting motherboards are coming out as scheduled. Here's our preview of three AMD 990FX boards from ASUS, ECS and MSI.
The glitch that bugged Intel's Cougar Point chipsets may have taken most of the headlines, but Intel's P67 and H67 chipsets came with some unwelcome restrictions. Enter the Intel Z68 Express, which promises to be the superior Sandy Bridge chipset with its new Intel Smart Response Technology.
We are revisiting the Radeon HD 6850 by taking a look at two very promising customized and factory overclocked versions. HIS 6850 IceQ X Turbo sports a funky new cooler and goes up against another recent addition from MSI with the R6850 Cyclone II Power Edition OC. Find out which of them gets our nod.
Bought a new Sandy Bridge processor recently and raring to overclock it? We tested five premium Intel P67 motherboards from the industry's biggest players - ASRock, ASUS, ECS, Gigabyte and MSI. Find out which emerged top of the class.
The MSI R6970 Lightning is the company's flagship Radeon HD 6970 and packs a host of high-end features such Military Class II components and Triple Over-Voltage. Aimed at hardcore gamers, we put it through our tests to find out if it is indeed "lightning" fast.
MSI's 15.6-inch multimedia notebook machine, the FX600, may look bland without the flashy looks, but under this hood lies a machine that should appeal to the movie junkies as it houses a full HD screen and multi-channel audio at an affordable price. Find out more in our detailed review.
The new MSI Radeon HD 6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition uses the latest third-generation Twin Frozr III cooler with Propeller Blades and Military Class II components, we put it through its paces to see if it really has the power.
Thanks to its compelling performance and attractive price, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti has been favorably received by gamers thus far. And today, we are checking out three more customized, factory overclocked editions from Galaxy, Gigabyte and MSI.
We got our hands on an early unit of MSI's latest Intel Sandy Bridge gaming notebook, the MSI GT680R. We give it a quick spin to get a feel of how fast this hot rod can go as well as to see if there's anything else in store for us.