I’m a big fan of MSI graphics cards, which is a nice coincidence, since their graphics cards feature big fans. While we do have to admit that there’s very little on the market right now that’s actually new, it’s still nice to see MSI continuing to produce high-end hardware with even better cooling solutions and higher overclocks, especially with their latest Twin Frozr V cooler design. MSI have proven time and time again that they can make great looking and great performing hardware, although I must admit I especially love their green and black edition GTX 960; it’s a welcome break from the now black and red theme that dominates the market.
Another pleasant surprise, the new 990FXA Gaming, which features support for the latest AMD processors, USB 3.1 and a whole lot more. It’s great to see more AMD boards packs with new features, especially given the current dominance of Intel hardware.
Finally, a stunning X99 board with support for the latest Intel CPUs, obviously very expensive hardware for this board, but it’s great to see more consumer friendly boards being created and we’re very eager to test out what it is capable of in the near future.
We’ve got a lot more coverage from the MSI event still to come, as well as the rest of the CeBIT event, so stay tuned for more information.