HotHardware's Two and a Half Geeks Special with Alex Chang of MSI Computer - HotHardware
HotHardware's Two and a Half Geeks Special with Alex Chang of MSI Computer

HotHardware's Two and a Half Geeks Special with Alex Chang of MSI Computer

In this special episode of Two and a Half Geeks, we welcome Alex Chang from MSI into HotHardware's Connecticut lab to talk about some of the innovations going on at MSI. Alex and Marco talk about the new Z77 MPower motherboard, for which every board goes through an overclocked stress test before ever hitting store shelves. Alex and Marco also discuss the high-end MSI N680 GTX Lightning and its various customizations, including the "GPU Reactor", and the MSI R7770 Power Edition with its multi-mode TransThermal cooler with Dust Removal technology...

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Those designs are frickin awesome. I did not expect that motherboard to be that inexpensive, nor did I expect that video card to slide like that.

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Those designs are frickin awesome. I did not expect that motherboard to be that inexpensive, nor did I expect that video card to slide like that.

yeah I totally like the designs and the hands on look at those MSI boards.really deecent pricing on the Z77 mainboard too.. Definitely  a great and flexible design with the cooling of the GPUs  ..thanks Alan for stopping in and WTG HH with this video .

 

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The motherboard validation process is cool. That they take the time to test it in real world conditions and don't charge a lot extra for it is awesome!

I like that the motherboard is not gaudy as well. It's a clean look.

The 680 card is well thought out too. (a power conditioner?) This speaks to system stability.

This was very informative (thank You Alex) and it ~does~ make me want to try this technology out now! Yes

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yeh that mainbaord does look clean and has some really great features for convenience with positioning and I think Alex mentioned that the Z77 series of mobos where a all real world tested and the price jump from the G series was only about $25 bucks for a heck of a lot more enthusiasts features and connectivity. 

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Thanks Marco and Alex ! My needs don't quite extend to apparatus in this performance class, but this stuff was really mouth-watering ! MSI seems to have really done some hard thinking here to provide enthusiasts with top class components. I'd very much like to build a machine using that motherboard and a top-class GPU and that Twin Frozr, just for the hell of it. But since I'm not a gamer, it'd just be overkill. In any event, I very much enjoyed this video....

Henri

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Don't know how I missed this for two days lol.

Some very cool products indeed. Very nice price for that Z77 mobo. And I like the coordinated color scheme with the GTX 680.

But what really caught my attention was the adaptability built into the 7770 card. With the ability to configure the fans 3 different ways this card can be used in almost any case. Hopefully they can use this design for more of their video cards.

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