Home / Channel / Cebit / CeBIT: MSI shows off new Battlebox systems and more

CeBIT: MSI shows off new Battlebox systems and more

We are still making our way through all of the CeBIT coverage delivered to us from Leo, our man on the ground at the event. Today, he popped by the MSI booth to take a look at the company’s new, impressively spec’d Battlebox gaming systems, as well as some other products on show at the booth.

Battlebox pic 4 Battlebox pic 2

MSI’s Battlebox comes packed in a Corsair Carbide Air 540 case with an Intel Core i7 5960x eight core processor, an MSI X99A Godlike Gaming motherboard, two Nvidia GTX 980Tis, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512GB SSD and a 4TB HDD.

GS40-6QE pic 1

MSI was also showing off the GS40-6QE Phantom Pro gaming notebook, which features Intel’s Skylake i7 6700HQ processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and a Nvidia GTX 970M graphics chip making it quite the performer for gaming on the go.


Finally, MSI also has some other bits floating around, including its Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard that will soon be hitting the market. We were hoping the company’s beastly TITAN gaming laptop would be around but alas, we didn’t come across it this time.

KitGuru Says: MSI had quite a bit to show at its booth this year. Are any of you currently rocking MSI in your system? 

Become a Patron!

Check Also

Leo Says Ep. 38 – GTX 1660 Ti, DLSS, 16in MacBook Pro, and USB alphabet spaghetti

Today Leo returns with another episode of Leo Says. As always, our grumpy hero has a lot to discuss, touching first on GTX 1660 Ti and its distinct lack of RTX features. He also mentions DLSS and its limitations as explored by HARDWARE UNBOXED, while there is also news of a new 16in MacBook Pro and an overview of some announcements made at MWC 2019. You can also bet that Leo has a lot to say about the new USB naming conventions, too...