Intel recently unveiled its 13th generation Core processors for desktop computers, and now many companies are eager to launch new products with these chips as soon as possible. MSI has unveiled its new products with Intel’s 13th generation chips and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 40 series graphics, which were introduced on September 20. The collection includes the MPG Trident 3, MPG Trident AS, MEG Aegis Ti5 and the Classic Codex series.
Along with the introduction of upgraded models of desktop computers, MSI has also unveiled two new products, MSI MEG Trident X2 and MAG Infinite X2, both of which will be available with 13th generation Intel chips and the latest Nvidia graphics.
MSI MEG Trident X2
The MEG Trident X family is one of MSI’s flagship products, offering very powerful specifications along with an attractive design. By introducing MEG Trident X2, this company has made many changes to the design of this product for the first time. For example, a 4.5-inch screen is now installed in the front part of this device, which users can use for quick access to system controls, and they will no longer need to use the traditional method. This interface was first introduced in the MSI MEG Aegis Ti 5 but has now been added to the Trident X2.
written by XDAMEG Trident X2’s internals have also been redesigned and this product now uses a 280mm liquid cooling system. In addition, the Silent Storm Cooling 3 system separates the main heat-generating components from the computer to cool them separately. Redesigning the thermal system of this product keeps its internal parts always cool and does not produce much noise.
The MSI MEG Trident X2 also comes with an ATX 3.0 compatible power supply, thus ensuring more reliable power transfer to Nvidia’s RTX 40 series GPUs and other components.
MSI MPG Infinite X2
If you are looking for a more casual computer, the MSI MPG Infinite X2 will be a great deal for you. This product is equipped with the latest hardware specifications and now uses a 240mm AIO liquid cooling system with the company’s Silent Storm cooling design. This device is also equipped with a new power supply compatible with ATX 3.0.
One of the major advantages of the MSI MPG Infinite X2 is that it is easy to upgrade. The glass side panel of this product is easily removed from the body without the need for a screwdriver, and the SSD slots are accessible to the user without the need for additional tools, so you can easily upgrade its storage space. MSI has also equipped this personal computer with a magnetic dust filter that keeps its interior clean for a long time and always works at its best and with maximum efficiency.
MSI MEG 34DC QD-OLED
MSI has unveiled a brand new gaming monitor compatible with its high-end handsets. MSI MEG 34DC QD-OLED is the company’s first display that uses OLED quantum dot technology and offers a high-level user experience. This 34-inch ultra-wide panel offers a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels, and its maximum brightness level reaches 1000 nits when playing HDR content. This product also covers 93.3% of the DCI-P3 color range and has very high color reproduction and accuracy.
The MSI MEG 34DC QD-OLED gaming monitor also offers a 175Hz refresh rate and a very impressive 0.1ms response latency. This product supports HDMI 2.1, which makes it superior to the Dell Alienware AW3423DW. This feature allows you to enjoy a refresh rate of 175 Hz when using HDMI and DisplayPort ports, while the refresh rate of the Dell display panel is limited to 100 Hz via HDMI.
Other features of MSI MEG 34DC QD-OLED include its internal KVM; A feature that allows you to use multiple devices with one keyboard and mouse. In addition, you can use the built-in USB C port on this product to charge your laptop at a speed of 65 watts. In terms of software, this monitor offers features such as picture-in-picture (PIP) and picture-by-picture (PBP), which will be very useful when using two input sources.
MSI Z790 motherboards
MSI has also prepared a new product for people who want to build their desired computer by assembling parts. The company has unveiled new MPG, MEG and MAG series motherboards, all of which are based on the Z790 chip.
MS MEG Z790 motherboards come with features like cooling, seven M.2 SSD slots for storage with Shield Frozr thermal interface to ensure the best possible performance. This product also offers two Thunderbolt 4 ports, 10 Gbps Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6E support, and an M-Vision dashboard touchscreen for easy access to its settings.
MSI MPG Z790 motherboards also come with customizable internal RGB lighting; A feature that gamers will definitely enjoy. These motherboards also come with 2.5 Gbps Ethernet and Wi-Fi 6E support. These products use advanced heatsinks to improve performance and increase reliability. MSI says it will offer versions of these motherboards with DDR4 RAM support.
MSI new power supplies
Along with the above products, MSI has also unveiled some new power supplies. MEG Ai1300P and MEG Ai1000P are among the highest-end power supplies of this company, which have Platinum 80+ certification and their maximum output power is 1300 watts, which seems very suitable for high-end systems. These power supplies support PCie 5.0 and ATX 3.0, and their 16-pin PCie 5.0 connector can provide up to 600 watts of power.
MSI has introduced other power supplies called MSI MPG A1000G, A850G and A750G for lower-end systems. These products also have a Gold 80+ certificate and their power reaches 1000 watts. Other features of these power supplies include compatibility with PCie 5.0 and ATX 3.0, including the 16-pin PCie 5.0 connector.
MSI MEG Prospect 700R case and CoreLiquid S360 cooler
MSI has finally completed its new gaming equipment by introducing MSI MEG Prospect 700R case and CoreLiquid S360 cooling system. The two products are designed to be very compatible with each other as the Prospect 700R case has space for a 360mm radiator on the front, allowing users to mount the CoreLiquid S360 cooling system in any position they prefer. Of course, it is possible to use other 360 mm liquid coolers in this case.
MSI’s new case and cooler both feature built-in displays that can display system information or user-selected graphics for further customization. All of these products will be available in the coming months, although MSI hasn’t shared information on pricing or exact availability dates.