More novelties from MSI for Computex 2023
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More novelties from MSI for Computex 2023

Jun 13, 2023

MSI had already unveiled its lineup for Computex 2023 in Taipei on May 30 and shortly after that introduced the gaming notebook MSI Stealth 16 Special Edition. Now they have presented a whole range of other novelties as a supplement.

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You can get the just freshly introduced GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics processor from MSI in the Gaming and Ventus series. The Gaming Trio and Gaming models are said to continue to feature a balance between performance, cooling and quietness.

The integrated TORX Fan 5.0 design consists of three pairs of fan blades connected by an outer element, forming a rim that directs airflow into the updated TRI FROZR 3 and TWIN FROZR 9 cooling system. The brushed metal backplate along with flow-through design is said to further improve cooling performance. Thanks to Mystic Light including Mystic Light Sync and Ambient Link, there is even the matching lighting that shines in sync with the rest of the PC.

The Ventus series, on the other hand, focuses on an excellent price-performance ratio. With their no-frills, spartan design philosophy, the Ventus 3X and Ventus 2x Black are meant to mark an efficient graphics solution. A TORX fan 4.0 is used here, while a reinforcing backplate is offered.

The MSI B650M PROJECT ZERO also comes with innovative features. Power interface, the fan interface and other connectors are all located on the back of it motherboard, which is mainly to facilitate cable management and provide a more elegant solution.

MSI's Z790 MAX series motherboards already come with Wi-Fi 7 and also rely on cutting-edge components in other respects. For example, the new USB 4 100W Expansion Card is supported, enabling two USB 4.0 40Gb/s Type-C ports with high transfer rates and up to 100W fast charging.

The USB4 100W expansion card is a PCIe Gen4 x4 interface add-on card. In addition to the transfer and charging ports, there are also two DisplayPort ports that enable 8K resolutions at up to 60 FPS and are compatible with DisplayPort 2.0.

With the MSI PRO DP10 13M, you can expect a mini PC with a capacity of less than 1.1 liters, which nevertheless wants to score with a convincing performance. At most, an Intel Core i7 processor of the 13th generation with 12 cores is used. Beyond that, the PRO DP10 supports up to four screens simultaneously.

In terms of ports, DisplayPort, HDMI, D-Sub (VGA) and Thunderbolt 4 are also available, with the latter providing transfer speeds of up to 40 GB/s, as well as support for 8K displays. 2.5 Gbps Ethernet LAN is also available, as well as fast Wi-Fi 6E. In addition, the exclusive MSI Cloud Center automatically backs up all photos and videos to a desired location in the PRO DP10 with one click.

MSI's QD OLED monitors combine Quantum Dot technology with OLED display technology to deliver realistic blacks and contrast, as well as vivid colors.

The MEG 342C QD-OLED offers a fast refresh rate of 0.03ms GtG and VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400 and ClearMR 9000 certifications. It supports KVM and a variety of connectors including HDMI 2.1 and USB Type-C interfaces. The new SpectrumBar not only provides exclusive Mystic Light lighting effect control, but can also be synchronized with the display.

Also shown was a concept monitor that comes with a screen diagonal of 49 inches in 32:9 format and realizes a refresh rate of 240 hertz. With features such as Gaming Intelligence and OLED Care, it is intended to be aimed primarily at gamers.

A suitable mid-tower ATX case, on the other hand, awaits you with the MSI MPG GUNGNIR 300 series. It is supposed to be primarily designed for mid-range gaming configurations. The front panel is made of a one-piece mesh design and supports dual 360mm AIO liquid cooling fans, as well as 12 x 12cm radiators.

The case's patented structural design includes a sliding hard drive cage mount, horizontal/vertical PCIE mount design with push latches, and an omnidirectional graphics card mount that can be installed without tools and rotated 90 degrees. The position can be freely adjusted depending on the size, shape and outlet of the graphics card. GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards should easily fit in the case.

With the MSI MAG CORELIQUID E-Series, you can also expect advanced liquid coolers with an eye-catching design and black or white. By increasing the contact area between the water channel and the copper base, heat dissipation is said to be further improved, while at the same time a greater height of the microchannels provides improved efficiency of the water cooling system.

The cap of the water block can be rotated 270 degrees, which means that the logo always remains legible regardless of the mounting orientation. In conjunction with a motherboard from MSI, one should also be able to conveniently and centrally adjust the speed of the fan and pump via the MSI CENTER software.

With the SPATIUM M570 PRO PCIe 5.0 NVMe M.2 FROZR SSD, you can also expect a blazing new SSD that realizes sequential read and write speeds of up to 12,000 MB/s and 10,000 MB/s, respectively.

The cooling design consists of well-jacketed core pipes that completely cover the controller and flash module to guide heat along the heat sink, which is said to achieve efficient airflow under the cover. The SSD comes in capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB, though more data is still pending.

The MSI MRAX60 mesh router, available in three colors, is said to be capable of speeds of up ui 6,000 Mbps. Its novel antenna design and intelligent backhaul network extend WiFi coverage to every room, while even basements with thick walls are said to have reception. Setup is quick and easy via the MSI router app, while AI QoS automatically manages and distributes bandwidth to where it's needed most.

The MRAX60 supports security features like parental controls and WPA3 encryption, aiming to provide a seamless and ultra-secure experience.

An interesting app comes in the form of Voicemod X MSI Voice Changer. Voicemod can easily convert voices into various special effects without the need for additional synthesizers or sound cards.

Whether in live streams, game broadcasts or online meetings, this allows for unique voice effects that can even be synchronized with RGB lighting effects. The partnership is set to officially launch in the fall of 2023. The feature can then be used on MSI's motherboards, graphics cards, gaming desktops or gaming monitors.