MSI Invites Fans to Power Gathering
Answers fan questions and teases new GTX 780 Lightning
MSI (Micro-Star International) recently invited its Facebook fans to attend their Power User Gathering 2013. The event was held at the Norse Bar and Bistro, which is within the vicinity of Plaza Low Yat. Lucky fans were given the chance to check out the company’s latest component offerings and were encouraged to ask questions about the performance of their products and how they could improve their usage. On display as well were two completed system that displayed the performance of their overclocking and gaming centric setups.
Attending the event were Shania Cheng, Region Marketing Specialist, Europe Sales Department, MB Sales Division, MSI; and Ng Ka Soon, Product Manager & Sales Head Component Sales Department, MSI. During the event, Soon took time to explain about MSI’s wide range of components and how they are manufactured. When explaining about their motherboards, Soon said that MSI has divided their lineup of component into three major categories: Overclocking, Gaming, and Mainstream.
Throughout the gathering, Soon encouraged fans to ask questions pertaining to MSI products and offered to answer these questions and even gave tips on how attendees could improve their systems.
Following that, Soon also went on to introduce MSI’s robust graphics card offerings. Again, the products were split between three major series: the Lightning series, which is targeted towards enthusiasts; the Hawk series, on the other hand, is targeted toward overclockers and the Gaming series, which is designed to provide gamers with superb graphics. Once again questions were asked by eager fans about how they could improve their system graphics with MSI products.
Besides answering question, Soon also teased fans with MSI’s latest enthusiast graphics card, the MSI GTX 780 Lightning. Touted to be more powerful than even NVIDIA’s TITAN graphics card, this new card has been available locally since 28 August.
MSI was established in August 1986 and is currently one of the world’s largest information technology manufacturers. Their headquarters is located in Taipei, Taiwan. MSI started from the motherboard and graphics card industries and extended into consumer and commercial electronics including industrial PCs, servers, workstations, notebooks, All-in-One PCs and more.
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MSI set up two systems to showcase their components’ overclocking and gaming capabilities
(Left to right) Shania Cheng, Region Marketing Specialist, Europe Sales Department, MB Sales Division, MSI; and Ng Ka Soon, Product Manager & Sales Head Component Sales Department, MSI