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    MSI’s new Next Generation naming scheme – GAMING 3, GAMING 5, and GAMING 7


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    MSI are revealing upcoming line of “GAMING” mainboards, designed primarily for enthusiast gamers seeking to get the very most from their hardware to software. They are coming in three distinct flavors: GAMING 3, GAMING 5 and GAMING 7.

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    MSI USB Audio Power Our next generation GAMING motherboards all feature USB Audio Power, similar to the latest ITX GAMING models. USB Audio Power ensures stable 5V power delivery no matter what. Delivering perfect audio quality for USB headsets and USB DAC devices.

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    GAMING I/O Panel For our next generation of GAMING motherboards we spend a lot of attention to small details. They will come with a complete black I/O panel without the shiny silver edge you are used to.

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    Xsplit Gamecaster Show off your GAMING skills to the world with XSplit Gamecaster and MSI. Get a 6 month premium license for free with our upcoming next generation GAMING mainboards.

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    Audio Boost 2 Our new Audio Boost 2 solution is powered by Creative Sound Blaster Cinema 2 and comes with many new features.
    The in-game sound has never been as good as before.

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    MSI is doing a lot of cool things.

    I like their designs.

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