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    Default MSI tearing it up at CES 2014

    MSI is launching and previewing some incredibly nice hardware this year at CES 2014. Not to spoil the surprise... but their R9 290X Lightning is probably the ONLY card to select for the manliest of manly systems... watch and see (also the preview picture IS wrong, your eyes are not deceiving you):


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    Default Re: MSI tearing it up at CES 2014

    Some nice goodies there.

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    Default Re: MSI tearing it up at CES 2014

    Needs to wear an ESD strap when handling the hardware bro! lol I want that GPU! It make me weak in the knees
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    Wow!! I have a meeting with MSI tomorrow at CES so I will make to take a good look at everything they have!

    I have to say, MSI has really stepped up their game in the last yr or so with all the new line of motherboards and graphics cards.

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    Default Re: MSI tearing it up at CES 2014

    some really nice hardware from MSI. I just wish that the gaming-focused motherboards would come in other colors than black/red

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    Default Re: MSI tearing it up at CES 2014

    Agreed with the color scheme on the gaming boards. If they allowed the users to order their motherboards with different color heatsinks THAT would be awesome, or even just sold them through an accessories page pre-anodized from the OEM. Not like most of us don't know how to change out a heatsink, and for those who don't know it would only take one of us a few minutes to explain the process.

    LOL Sandy I agree, though since they are demo products I expect that MSI anticipates a lot of handling and don't mind so much if the display product gets a little juice x-). Dat Lightning tho... MMM! THAT'S the sort of card I'd be able to really push a PSU with in testing lol (hint hint wink wink nudge nudge chortle snort guffaw)

    SamCR3 it's a video posted through Youtube. Go to LinusTech's page and they will have the video up there.

    Yeah Kenny they really have upped their game this past year in a big way. Really looking forward to what they have to show us throughout this coming year!

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