Asus still sticks with two
MSI has introduced its three-year OLED burn-in warranty, which will include several of its OLED monitors in the MAG, MPG, and MEG series. On the other hand, Asus is still sticking with a two-year warranty.
With up to Intel Core Ultra 155H CPU
As rumored earlier, MSI has unveiled its new MSI Claw gaming held powered by Intel Core Ultra 7 155H CPU, claiming the world's first gaming handheld with such a CPU.
Powered by Intel Meteor Lake CPU
After a couple of teasers released earlier, the MSI CLAW gaming handheld has fully leaked online, confirming both the name and full specifications thanks to the Geekbench database and MSI's own leak.
MSI will unveil its latest innovation that Intel claims will slash your PC's power bills and boost its performance. The tech giant has developed two new motherboards and a power supply that use the revolutionary 12VO standard, cutting down on the cables and connectors.
VENTUS 2X Black, and GAMING series SKUs
MSI has launched a couple of new Nvidia Geforce RTX 4060 SKUs, but this time around, these have minimal illumination and lack that shiny RGB lighting, the MSI RTX 4060 GAMING X, MSI RTX 4060 GAMING, and two RTX 4060 VENTUS 2X SKUs.
A 16-core/22-thread configuration with Movidius VPU onboard
The Computex 2023 is a big show so it does not come as a surprise that members of the press can stumble upon products that are not officially announced, as it happened with MSI's Prestige 16 Studio laptop that was actually running Intel's upcoming 14th gen Meteor Lake processor.
MSI RTX 4060 Ventus 2x ready for launch
Nvidia has already announced its entire RTX 4060 series graphics cards, including the already available RTX 4060 Ti 8GB, as well as the RTX 4060 Ti 16GB and RTX 4060 8GB, both of which are scheduled for launch in July. Now at the Computex 2023 show in Taipei, the first RTX 4060 (non-Ti) has been spotted.
ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI show their motherboards
AMD has officially announced its new A620 chipset, giving an entry-level motherboard option for its Ryzen 7000 series CPUs. ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI have already announced their own motherboards, and AMD says these should start at $85.
Will not get better until 2024
Motherboard makers saw their sales tank by more than 10 million units in 2022 and are not expecting a turnaround until late this year or early 2024.