|Friday, 5 June 2009, 16:06 HKT/SGT|
COMPUTEX, Taipei, June 5, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - World-renowned mainboard and graphics card manufacturer, MSI, will be introducing various new products and technologies during Computex 2009. At the product line of mainboard, MSI is proud to present the main technological topic including both DrMOS and Easy OC Family.
In the sector of Easy OC Family, MSI will show the innovation history and function of Easy OC Technology. At the same time, MSI also officially announces the upcoming OC Genie technology, which is the new member of Easy OC family.
Easy OC Technology represents the MSI Exclusive ability of R&D
The complication of BIOS settings has always been a key factor why users are afraid of overclocking. To satisfy this need of consumer, MSI, with more than 20 years of expertise and experience in the development of mainboard, has made it as easy and convenient for users as possible.
Just as OC Jumper, Easy OC Switch, OC Dial and MAX FSB, the MSI Easy OC Family offers a simple operation so that any user can unleash the hidden potentials of their computer system. If you are looking for an easy overclocking way, your choice must be MSI.
Upcoming Next Generation of Easy OC technology - OC Genie
In addition, MSI will officially announce its latest easy OC technology - OC Genie - during Computex 2009. With just one push of the button, you can easily unleash the potential of performance. MSI P55series mainboards are all equipped with the OC Genie technology and they will catch your eyes at next half year.
If this advanced power technology arouses your interest and you would like to know further in detail how they work, make sure to stop by at MSIs Computex booth in the Nangang World Trade Center. MSI will be at booth L507a, L515a, L807, L815 and will be glad to introduce you to an expert for an in depth introduction of future and upcoming MSI exclusive easy OC technologies.
Topic: Corporate Announcement
Sectors: IT Individual
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