MSI Set to Debut MPower Series Motherboards and More at Computex (Updated)
MSI has showcased all the new mainboards equipped with Military Class III components at Computex 2012.
Besides displaying the Big Bang-XPower II that was officially unveiled earlier, MSI also debuted the MPower series motherboards. These motherboards include both sockets LGA 1155 and LGA 2011.
In response to the soon-to-be-released AMD new generation Trinity APU, MSI also displayed the AMD series mainboard A85XA-G65, which imports the Hybrid Digital Power architecture, providing users with richer overclocking control options. The A85XA-G65, comes with support for the AMD Trinity APU, also includes MSI's exclusive one second overclocking technology OC Genie II, allowing users to increase system performance within the shortest time.
With the pending release of Microsoft's Windows 8, MSI revealed its mainboard products are certified for Windows 8 and highlighted features such as Fast Boot and Secure Boot technologies.
The MPower-series, AMD FM2-series, as well as the Z77A-GD80 and Z77A-GD65 incorporate Military Class III components which have passed rigorous testing performed by third-party laboratories. Additionally, the Z77A-GD80 features a built-in Thunderbolt interface, so users will not face any poor data transfer rates or fluctuating transfer speeds when sending and receiving large files concurrently.
MSI will be at booth L0810 in the Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei, from 5 to 9 June 2012.