MSI In­vites Fans to Power Gath­er­ing

An­swers fan ques­tions and teases new GTX 780 Light­ning

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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.

This event re­port can also be found on hard­warezone.com.my at http://bit.ly/17e9Nq2

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

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