MSI teases and teases, and it won't stop until it releases its new high-end Mini-ITX parts, after which it'll start over with another product.
MSI likes teasing us. In fact, it likes it so much that it keeps dropping hints and ques on its Facebook page, and taking a nice amount of time to get to the actual reveal. Well, fortunately this time it has given us a number of details that we've all been waiting for.
MSI has posted images of its Z87I Gaming AC motherboard, as well as its GTX 760 Gaming OC ITX graphics card. Both of these products are Mini-ITX (oriented), though they still have some pretty impressive features.
The Z87I Gaming AC features, as its name indicates, the Z87 chipset, and MSI has added a number of its own typical features. These include Military Class 4 components as well as Killer E2200 NIC Ethernet along with Audio Boost technology for its 7.1 channel audio. The board also features two DDR3 DIMM slots as well as AC-WiFi.
Next up, the GTX 760 Gaming OC ITX is a custom GTX 760 which remarkably looks like the DirectCU Mini GTX 760 from Asus. It features an extra-short PCB, a single 8-pin PCIe power connector, and takes up two slots.
Sadly, there was no word on when either of the products would be coming to market.