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Computex 2023: MSI showcases new OLED monitors, Project Zero motherboard and more

This week, MSI has made a number of announcements at Computex and much of the newly announced gear is on show here. Join Leo as he dives into MSI's current and upcoming components line-up. 

Watch via YouTube below:


  • 00:00 Some cool tech up close
  • 00:40 Graphics cards from MSI
  • 01:16 PC build and cases
  • 02:28 Motherboard range
  • 04:44 Streamer setup
  • 05:34 Project 491C OLED

With the RTX 4060 Ti becoming available just last week, Computex is a perfect time to show off new custom models. MSI has now shown off its full lineup of RTX 4060 Ti graphics cards, including the Gaming and Gaming Trio cards, and the cheaper VENTUS series.

For cases, the main one MSI is showing right now is a new MPG GUNGNIR chassis optimised for airflow, with a mesh front panel, perforated side panels and RGB fans that can shine through the front of the case.

On the motherboard front, MSI had a few interesting boards on show – the new Intel Z790 MAX  and Z790 Edge Max WiFi motherboards (coming Q3), and the new Project Zero back-connect B650M motherboard. The first is a new flagship motherboard sporting a brand new Wi-Fi 7 solution, while the Edge version is a slightly cheaper model with the same WiFi 7 upgrade. Meanwhile, the Project Zero board is a new type of motherboard that moves all fan connectors and power cables to the back of the board, allowing for zero cables at the front of the case, resulting in a much cleaner build. This idea has been explored before by several motherboard makers, with MSI now being the latest.

On the monitor front, MSI is making the jump to OLED with its new QD-OLED monitors. The new MEG 342C QD-OLED boasts a rapid 0.03ms response time, DisplayHDR 400 certification, HDMI 2.1 for support for next-gen consoles and PCs, and a USB Type-C interface with up to 65W charging for docking your other devices. There will be an even larger 49-inch super-wide version coming from MSI in the near future too.

Standard IPS monitors aren't going away though. MSI has also announced the Modern MD27QXP, sporting a 1440p IPS panel, a four-way adjustable stand, a KVM switch, USB-C docking with power delivery and HDR for improved colours and highlights.

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