MSI has concluded its Tech Meets Aesthetics product launch a few days ago and we are here to recap the products that they have launched and prepared to launch in the future, covering the consumer computing spectrum from top to bottom.
Pre-build Desktops & Casing
First on the list is the brand new MPG GAMING MAVERICK “pre-built” gaming desktop equipped with the Intel Core i7-11700K CPU, MPG CORELIQUID K360 SP, MPG Z590 GAMING EDGE WIFI SP, MPG VELOX 100P AIRFLOW SP, and Trident Z Maverik memory. And yes you are not mistaken as there is no GPU included in the bundle and these are particularly aimed at those who want to hold on to their GPU while upgrading the rest to the latest and greatest. However, if you’re looking for a full package then the INFINITE S3 is the one for you as its package does include a GPU (but definitely not at MSRP). Additionally, the Creator P50 also makes a return to the stage as the definition of sleek, slim, and stylish suitable for studios and rooms. Dropping everything else and we are left with the casing alone, the QUIETUDE 100S, a new PC casing fitted with MEG SILENT GALE P12 fan designed to keep your rig’s noise to a minimum level through the adjustable fan RPM button.
Meanwhile, we have released a full coverage about the laptop side of things so click here to check out all of them.
Following up is the gaming class Optix MEG381CQR Plus, the brand’s first NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate certified monitor with 2300R curved IPS panel alongside flat series Optix MPG341QR, MPG321UR-QD, MPG321QRF-QD with the MPG321UR-QD taking the main spotlight of utilizing HDMI 2.1 to achieve the 4K 144Hz standards that are also part of the console’s requirement. Taking care of the content creator’s side is the Summit MS321UP for professional-level color accuracy and comfortable viewing angles under 4K resolution to satisfy all forms of visual content creation.
GPU & Storage
MSI’s SUPRIM GPU lineup is welcoming the latest member at COMPUTEX 2021 with the announcement of the new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti cards and on top of this, the brand is also celebrating 35 years of honest work in circuit board development by making a limited edition SUPRIM 35th Anniversary Limited Edition model that features an engraved backplate of outlines detailing MSI’s experience in designing custom GPU designs alongside a gold-foiled 35 etched in the middle fan. Otherwise, it is identical to the original design in terms of performance as well. We recently reviewed the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SUPRIM so head over and see what a beast of a card it is. On the other hand, MSI’s SPATIUM M480 PCIe 4.0 that was previously teased at CES 2021 and now has an official design sports a full gold color heatsink with a silver logo that reduces peak temperatures by up to 20°C and prevents thermal throttling as you don’t want a drive that can reach speeds of up to 7.0GB/s slowing down.
Lastly, MSI revealed a new gaming mouse and TWS joining the dragon brand as a wrap-up. The CLUTCH GM41 LIGHTWEIGHT WIRELESS, as you can figure out from the name, is MSI’s first take on lightweight wireless gaming mouses designed with ergonomic shapes and made for FPS gamers in mind. Using a 2.4GHz connection, latency is said to be as low as 1ms while the soft and durable rubber maintains a steady grip while only contributing to the total weight of 74g. On the other hand, the IMMERSE GH62 WIRELESS EARBUDS is also the brand’s first TWS product made with features found in MSI’s own headsets, but there’s too little information revealed about this, unfortunately.