MSI is set to hold a new event dubbed "Tech meets Aesthetic" in a couple of days on June 1st. The company has unveiled this information with the help of a new event page on its website. The event seems to be coinciding with this year's Computex and will be streamed live on YouTube at 00:00 PDT on its 'MSI Gaming' YouTube channel.
At the event, the company will reportedly be launching, among others, its recently leaked AMD X570S chipset-based motherboards. In fact, today a couple of alleged pictures of two such models have surfaced from a Chinese forum 'NGA'. The two models in question here are the MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI (image on the left) and the MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX (on the right).
Alongside this, MSI is reportedly also preparing an all-new graphics model called the SUPRIM 35th Anniversary Edition. The image of this was apparently listed by MSI previously but has since been removed. The company was founded in the year 1986 so a special 35th Anniversary product in 2021 does make sense. Here's how the new card looks like:
It is apparently a triple-fan model with the middle fan bearing a "35" on it which obviously seems to be indicating the 35th Anniversary of the company.
So far MSI has generally had SUPRIM models only associated with its GeForce-based cards. Hence it is being speculated that the company could be launching the new product as a part of its upcoming RTX 3080 Ti lineup.