MSI is bringing back the golden age of the mecha genre anime in the form of PC parts by introducing its latest collaboration with EVANGELION e:PROJECT.

As one of the more recent brands to rose up thanks to official licensing, the EVANGELION e:PROJECT itself has offered things like peripherals, casing fans, PC chassis, and more in the past and this is the first time that a major PC component manufacturer has knocked the door and invited the guys (Or the other way around, I’m no industry espionage expert) over to close a deal on getting that sweet design onto MSI products. So, in this very first debut, 4 items are selected as the ones to carry the EVA-01 TEST TYPE glory.

MSI MAG B660 TOMAHAWK EVA e PROJECT

The first member is the mother of all boards, the MAG B660 TOMAHAWK EVA e:PROJECT carrying the classic EVA’s color scheme of purple and green with the extended VRM heatsink featuring a bright EVA-01 TEST TYPE print while the iconic NERV is found on the chipset’s. MSI also prepped dedicated color profiles for the MSI Mystic Light to make sure everything is EVA-ready the moment you boot up your rig. Man, even the PCB board and CPU socket cover are custom-printed.

MAG CORELIQUID C240 EVA e PROJECT

Moving to the cooling department, the MAG CORELIQUID C240 EVA e:PROJECT AIO Liquid Cooler not only shines your rig with the associated blue-ish and green light combo but also gets your CPU properly chilled, just like an actual EVA. While the water block is not fully light-permeable, at least the NERV logo is still there and I’ll take it any day.

MAG A650BN EVA e PROJECT

For you edgy hardcore fans, apparently the MAG A650BN EVA e:PROJECT PSU is more than just a “unit” but a “Power Delivery System”. Anyway, the 650W box of electrical wires, magnets, and capacitors are 80+ Bronze rated and also gets the purple+green paint job and I definitely appreciate they painted the fan grill with purple as well, knowing that most people won’t even get to see the PSU exposed outside the rig.

MPG GUNGNIR 110R EVA e PROJECT

Last but not least, the bombastic MSI GUNGNIR 110R EVA e:PROJECT combines the sleek design of the GUNGNIR 110R and the color scheme of the EVA-01 TEST TYPE with the front side panel running a clean tempered glass printed with the “AD. 2022 General Purpose Box Type Decisive Arms” in Japanese while the backside gets a clean white print of the famous mecha. There’s no better way than actually owning a shell that looks and feels the same as the EVA-01 TEST TYPE, honestly.

On top of launching all these goodies, MSI is also running a couple of campaigns involving member rewards and community posting so head over to the official MSI x EVANGELION e:PROJECT page to learn more about them.

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