MSI has been showcasing a number of new products at Computex, including Fuzion motherboards and gaming laptops.
The motherboards are the P55A Fuzion and 870A Fuzion, which are a collaborative project with Israeli company Lucidlogix. MSI is touting them as a follow-on from its Big Bang-Fuzion motherboard and said that they will support both Intel and AMD platforms.
They come with a Lucidlogix Lucid LT24102 processor and what is being sold as a “unique” X-Mode, that allows a lot of flexibility for choosing graphics cards. They also come with USB3.0 & SATA 6Gb/s ports, adding to the small number of motherboards that support the next form of USB.
The components are all made with military-grade material for added durability, while MSI has also thrown in its OC Genie feature, which allows a user to automatically overlock at the touch of a button.
Lucidlogixco-founder and president, Offir Remez, seemed particularly excited about the partnership: “This series of mainboards are powered by the unique Fuzion Technology, whether you are an Intel or AMD supporter, you will be spoiled for choices!” he said. “Not only can you choose your processor platform, we guarantee you an enhanced gaming performance and image quality! We will continue our highly successful partnership with MSI, and together we will develop more new products to fulfill our customers’ needs. Our gamers will definitely enjoy more exciting gaming experiences!”
MSI has also been showing off its GT760 and GT660 laptops, the latest in its gaming line. Both feature Dynaudio and Turbo Drive Engine Plus technology for what MSI believes will make an amazing audio-visual experience.
As part of its unveiling, MSI got gaming champions “FNatic” and “Evil Geniuses” to battle it out on some GT660s. The battles have been ongoing since the start of Computex and members of the public will be invited to try their luck against the gamers on June 4 and 5.