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MSI is the Winner of the iF DESIGN AWARD 2016

MSI is always ahead of others in meeting users’ needs by introducing the most up-to-date solutions and offering the most complete gaming features for extreme gamers. The company stands by the principles of breakthroughs in design, the pursuit of excellence, and technological innovation.

The iF DESIGN AWARD has been recognized the world over as a label of design excellence for over six decades. This year, we are thrilled to let you know that our “GT80 Titan” has received an iF DESIGN AWARD 2016. The number of competitors was enormous: the international high-profile jury assessed more than 5,000 entries from 53 countries in order to determine who would receive this coveted seal of excellence.

“The GT80 Titan convinced the jury because of its several innovative designs, such as the Mechanical Keyboard with Switch byCherry MX Brown, it provides the perfect finger touch feeling and the amazing tactile feeling and consistency”, manifested the vice President, Eric Kuo.

Another exclusive feature is Super RAID 4, which enables disk read/write speeds of 3300MB/s. Combining dual PCI-E Gen 3.0 x4 SSD’s utilizing NVMe technology, Super RAID 4 pushes both performance as well as storage capacity to the limit. Another worth mentioned feature is the latest and fastest interface Thunderbolt™ 3, which supports up to 40Gbps data rate and dual 4K displays with daisy chain capabilities. It also supports USB3.1 ultra speed devices and up to 5V and 3A current output for charging.

Along with the above and other more outstanding features, MSI wishes to demonstrate, also in the future, that design and functionality can enter into a successful partnership.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the tremendous support from our customers. It is every one of you to motivate MSI keep reaching peak performance. We assure to do our best to merit the trust you have placed in us.

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