MSI looks to make premium X99 boards more affordable.
MSI gave us a chance to try out the latest version of its VR One backpack PC at Computex. So we strapped in, grabbed a big gun, and entered "Dead Prison 2."
The updated MSI GT73VR Titan SLI 4K is the first dual graphics laptop we've tested. Does this titanic configuration have what it takes to handle its UHD display?
Intel's X299 platform is very close to launch, and as such, Gigabyte had its well-rounded product family on display at Computex 2017.
With Computex come and gone, MSI has revealed several new products for 2018, including a new gaming desktop PC called the “Infinite Series.”
The slew of new thin and light gaming notebooks from the likes of Acer, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI had much in common with one another, but only Acer and MSI saw fit to include mechanical keyboards.
MSI fired off its X299 salvo at Computex 2017, which includes a slew of new boards in the Enthusiast, Performance and Gaming series.
MSI didn't bother sending out any pictures of its X370 Gaming M7 motherboard, so we'll have to use our imaginations.
MSI has been teasing the Z270 Godlike Gaming motherboard for weeks, and now it's pulled back the curtain--to an extent.
Details are light, but the MSI GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z and GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G graphics cards will both be equipped with one of the company's signature Frozr-branded coolers.
MSI announced three of the products it plans to showcase at Computex, including the GT83VR Titan SLI Gaming Laptop, the VR One Backpack, and the new Vortex G25VR Gaming Desktop.
MSI revealed a half dozen GeForce GT 1030 cards, which boast a variety of features ranging from an actively cooled full-height card all the way down to a passively cooled half-height option.
Huge, heavy, and fast: with the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G, MSI christens a dreadnought capable of massive firepower. It approaches perfection, exhibiting just one weakness worth mentioning.
We suppose it was inevitable, but with this MSI/SteelSeries collaboration, now RGB lighting can be synced across products from multiple manufacturers.
In a sea of unending RGB, can the MSI X370 Krait Gaming outshine the higher tiered AM4 offerings we've reviewed while dishing out value with its streamlined offering?
MSI revealed several new RX 570 and RX 580 graphics cards as part of their Gaming and Armor series. The new cards are available in 4GB and 8GB GDDR5 options.
The B150M takes one more step upscale from the recently reviewed H110M Grenade. Is Intel’s higher market B150 chipset worth the extra money?