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  1. MSI reportedly launching X570S lineup very soon, a special GPU model also incoming 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: Image via VideoCardz 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. via VideoCardz | Motherboard Images via UID10406399 (NGA Forum) MSI reportedly launching X570S lineup very soon, a special GPU model also incoming
  2. MSI X570S Motherboard Lineup For AMD Ryzen AM4 Desktop CPUs Leaks Out, First Fanless X570 Board Pictured Too Today, we have got a special leak for you which covers the upcoming MSI X570S motherboards for AMD Ryzen AM4 Desktop CPUs. The X570S motherboards will be a refresh of the X570 PCH-based products, offering silent and fanless cooling along with a refreshing new design. MSI X570S Silent Motherboards Leaked & Pictured, Designed For AMD Ryzen AM4 Desktop CPUs Motherboard makers tend to refresh their product lineups when a new CPU family is launched. A slight refresh of the X570 motherboards was offered with the Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs and since then, the motherboards have mostly been kept the same. It's been 2 years since we moved beyond X570 and a third refresh is now coming for AMD Ryzen AM4 Desktop CPUs which suggests that we could also be getting a last Ryzen CPU refresh on the AM4 platform. From what we have learned, MSI is already working on a total of 8 new X570S chipset-based boards which are listed below: MEG X570S ACE MAX MEG X570S UNIFY-X MAX MPG X570S GAMING CARBON MAX WIFI MPG X570S GAMING EDGE MAX WIFI MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX X570S PRO-MAX WIFI X570S-A PRO MAX As you can see, almost all of the high-end and mainstream options are getting refreshed except the Godlike which is the top-end product in MSI's X570 stack. We have also got pictures of the MSI MPG X570S Gaming Carbon Max WiFi and from the looks of it, the product is a complete overhaul. When compared against the previous X570 Carbon, we are looking at a completely fanless PCH that has an aluminum-based heatsink, larger M.2 heatsinks, and more SATA ports. We can also expect it to pack better I/O and an improved VRM area but that remains to be seen. AMD is rumored to offer the last hurrah on its AM4 platform known as the Zen 3 refresh which could be similar to the Ryzen 3000XT lineup (Ryzen 5000XT) with improved clocks & improved process enhancements but that remains to be seen. The arrival of the X570S AM4 motherboards does seem to point out that we are getting a new Ryzen CPU launch sometime this year. Gigabyte X570 motherboards also leaked out a while ago which you can see here. The AMD Ryzen 5000G Desktop APUs will also be supported by the new X570S refresh motherboards featuring the latest AGESA BIOS firmware. Source: MSI X570S Motherboard Lineup For AMD Ryzen AM4 Desktop CPUs Leaks Out, First Fanless X570 Board Pictured Too
  3. MSI unveils its latest, Intel 11th-gen- and RTX 3000-based gaming desktops Today (March 16, 2021), MSI has confirmed that its esports-focused lines of desktops have been refreshed with Tiger Lake CPUs. Accordingly, the next-gen Aegis, Codex R, Infinite RS and Trident rigs will have 11th-gen platforms, with the PCIe Gen 4 support that entails in most cases, as well as RTX 3000-series cards, including the 3050. MSI promotes "Perseverance in Esports" with its new lines of gaming desktops. The new Aegis, Codex R, Infinite RS, and Trident machines all feature tempered-glass cases, and are slated to deliver the audio, visual, streaming performance, as well as the reliability, valued by serious gamers. The OEM also asserts that all 4 of the new series are assembled with nearly 100% first-party components, motherboards, CPU cooling solutions and graphics cards included. On that note, they also have been upgraded to MSI's RTX 3000-series graphics cards as well as 11th-gen processors. Each line also has choices between Z490/Z590 or B560 chipsets. Accordingly, their configurations range from the Core i5-11400F, 16GB of RAM and RTX 3050 in the Aegis SE 11th to the i9-11900K, 64GB of RAM and RTX 3090 in the Trident RX 11th with a MEG board. However, despite all these new confirmed specs, MSI has yet to mention availability for these new gaming PCs. Buy a Intel Core i7-10700F-powered MSI MPG Trident AS on Amazon MSI's new gaming desktop line-up in full. (Source: MSI) Source(s) MSI Press Release Source: MSI unveils its latest, Intel 11th-gen- and RTX 3000-based gaming desktops
  4. A file with the .msix extension is a Windows application installer. Microsoft recently introduced MSIX as an alternative to EXE, MSI, and even AppX packages. Exercise caution and ensure you trust an MSIX file’s source before running it. Windows Has Too Many Different Types of Installers Currently, Windows has three common installer formats—MSI, EXE, and AppX. Each has different strengths and weaknesses. MSI installers are best for simple, possibly unattended, installations. They use a basic install graphical user interface (GUI) that installs or uninstalls the program with no extras or options. At the very core, this installer is a compressed set of installer files containing all necessary data for the software. The install process won’t detect if the software already exists, or if any components are missing. It may overwrite any files in the install path. This simplicity means a silent, all-defaults install is a breeze for administrators to accomplish. EXE installers are more versatile than MSI installers, but with the added capability comes complication. This installer can include options for languages, add-ons, detecting previous installations, and more. EXE installers allow for custom install paths and choosing which components to install. Developers can add their own branding to the GUI and incorporate language-specific terms of service or point to a webpage for a welcome message. But this, in turn, makes a silent unattended install much more difficult, and thus less useful in an enterprise situation. AppX installers are used for Universal Windows Apps and share some of the benefits of MSI installers. They are simple, straight forward installers with few choices given to the end user. Additionally, they allow for an easier upgrade path from older versions of software to newer versions, and they allow for a cleaner uninstall. AppX installers also rely on container technology, so they are isolated from the rest of the operating system for security. Unfortunately, a program written for an MSI or EXE installer had to be rewritten or converted, perhaps with the help of tools, for the AppX package. And AppX packages can only be used with Windows 10, so older versions of Windows are out of luck. MSIX Combines the Best Features of MSI and AppX An MSIX file has the benefits of AppX while being similar to an MSI file. It is a straight forward installer that system administrators can even script for automatic, “unattended” installation. Additionally, it relies on container technology, which allows for smooth uninstalls and upgrades. From a user perspective, an MSIX installs like an MSI file, but behind the scenes, it installs like an AppX file. Additionally, MSIX distribution outside the Microsoft Store is possible. And with this new process, it’s easier to bring older programs in and repackage them for MSIX. MSIX Will Even Work on Windows 7, Linux, and More! Perhaps the most exciting feature of MSIX is that Microsoft released an SDK to enhance cross-platform compatibility. As seen on their GitHub page, support is possible for iOS, MacOS, Android, Linux, and even older versions of Windows. Developers place special instructions in the MSIX files to allow it to identify the OS and what steps to take. Programs Will Uninstall More Cleanly When you install a program using an MSI and EXE, that program can make registry changes and create files and folders throughout your system. When you uninstall the program, these files and registry keys often get left behind, leaving clutter on your system. With MSIX, programs are installed in a container and all their necessary files either stay within that container or follow precise, predictable rules about where those files may live (such as living in the AppData folder). When you uninstall, all the data goes with the program—no clutter left behind. That means your system will be cleaner going forward. It’s Still an Installer, So Be Careful! If you are looking at an MSIX file and wondering is it safe, the first question you should ask is where you obtained the installer. Like any other program installer, if you don’t trust the source, you shouldn’t open it. Even before you download the file, you should take steps to ensure it is safe. Ultimately this is an installer, which means it can potentially install a fantastic program, a junk program, or something worse. When Will I Start Seeing MSIX Files? It might be a while before you see an MSIX file. Microsoft is still fine-tuning some of the promised capabilities and, until recently, only Insider builds of Windows 10 could create an MSIX package. Even after fine tuning, developers and the installer technology providers they rely on will need to embrace, learn, and deploy the new package. That’s if they choose to at all; developers are free to continue creating EXE and MSI installers if they prefer. Adoption of a new format comes with risk and cost, so developers must weigh that against the benefits. Source: How-To Geek
  5. Owners of MSI's 400 series boards will get to upgrade to Zen 3 no matter what modey they own. (Image: MSI) (Image: MSI) AMD previously confirmed that Zen 3 would be compatible with 400-series chipsets. However, there's a caveat to this that has owners for those motherboards nervous. Ryzen 5000 compatibility depends on the motherboard's manufacturer to implement via an updated BIOS. Not all motherboard manufacturers have committed to making their 400-series boards compatible with Zen 3, but one has announced that they'll be doing so with every model. MSI will be bringing Ryzen 5000-series support to its entire line of motherboards with no exceptions. MSI is still determining release details, but the company is targeting January 2021 for the new firmware. This updated BIOS will cover MSI's B450 and X470-series motherboards and allows users to upgrade to a Zen 3 processor once installed. However, the process isn't without caveats. Though MSI hasn't revealed specifics, upgrading a B450 or X470 motherboard to support Zen 3 may involve some compromises. Since many of those boards have limited BIOS memory compared to 500-series boards, the update is a one-way ticket. When the new firmware is installed, some motherboards will no longer be compatible with older Ryzen CPUs, and there will be no option to roll the firmware back. Another disadvantage the B450 and X470 chipsets face is their lack of support for PCIe 3.0. There aren't that many PCIe 4.0 devices available yet, but the latest SSDs, NVIDIA's RTX 3000-series GPUS, and AMD's current and upcoming-gen GPUs all utilize the higher bandwidth for better performance (in theory). MSI's announcement is good news for gamers, who have increasingly found that CPU upgrades usually entail a motherboards swap as well. For enthusiasts that crave the latest and greatest, Zen 3 support for 400-series motherboards means they'll be able to enjoy AMD's upcoming CPUs without breaking the bank. Hopefully, this consumer-friendly move will influence Intel to support more longevity from its chipsets. Source
  6. These fast, powerful PCs—from the favored brand of world-class gamers—are made for a wide range of users. Which one are you? MSI—the computer manufacturer best known for its highly regarded gaming PCs—recently unveiled a line of laptops designed for use in the classroom and office (which, as we know all too well, will continue in a place that bears an uncanny resemblance to our home). It’s a development that David Chou, vice president of sales for MSI North America, says customers have long been clamoring for: “Along with processing power and the latest features, they wanted these devices to have MSI’s build and design qualities.” The Summit series—released alongside the foundational Prestige and Modern series—was created with specific users in mind, what Chou calls “business elites.” “They are high-performing executives who are looking for a machine with enough muscle to tackle the most challenging problems while eliminating the friction points that slow productivity,” he says. The four models in the series—Summit B14, Summit B15, Summit E14, and Summit E15—all come with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake processors, Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 4, fingerprint readers with the latest authentication technologies, and they are built to military specifications. Just as important as the list of impressive internal components is the tight integration with Windows and productivity apps and services from Microsoft—and the close collaboration between the two companies that began in the early stages of the laptops’ development. “We’ve worked with MSI for more than 30 years,” says Kurt Petersen, general manager of device partner sales at Microsoft. “After working with MSI to build innovative gaming PCs, it’s exciting that MSI is bringing the powerful and secure Summit PCs to business customers.” A business—whether conducted in an actual office or the homes of its employees—is made up of individuals with a wide range of skills—and equally diverse approaches to how they use their tools. Some like to keep up to date on the latest advances, while others would prefer not to think about their computers after pressing the power button. Here are some (perhaps familiar?) types of users—and how their work experiences might benefit by switching to Summit. THE TECHNOPHILE This is the type of user who understands that if the CPU is the brain of a PC, then the motherboard is its central nervous system. It’s a crucial if overlooked component, and MSI—with long experience catering to the (sometimes comically) exacting standards of PC gamers—builds some of the best. “We’ve been in the motherboard business for the past 30-plus years,” Chen says. “We’ve put that experience and knowledge, along with our industry-leading engineering and production capabilities, into the Summit and our other business laptops.” THE MEETING MAESTRO “We’re constantly adding new capabilities to Microsoft 365 to equip organizations and teams with the tools to thrive in this new work-from-home world,” says Microsoft’s Kurt Petersen. Project leaders can utilize a new feature in Microsoft Teams that brings the presenter’s video feed into the foreground of shared-content screens—as well as MSI’s powerful background-noise-cancellation software—to minimize distractions. THE ZEN SEEKER Not everyone (thankfully) is a back-slapping Type A. For the equally capable but less high-spirited, Petersen points out a set of “personal well-being insights and features” now incorporated into Teams, such as a “‘virtual commute’ [which schedules twice-daily nonwork blocks of time] to restore a familiar structure to long workdays at home” and “apps like Headspace that make it easier to de-stress and find focus at any time during the day.” THE SECURITY SPECIALIST Security and privacy are especially critical in today’s work- and study-from-home environments. “Working with Microsoft to enhance our cameras and fingerprint sensors, we’ve created a robust privacy environment that has minimal impact on productivity,” Chou says. MSI business laptops have fingerprint readers with FIDO2 authentication, a highly secure two-factor technology that uses biometrics rather than a password. THE SERIAL CONFERENCE CALLER MSI consumer research found that WFH users who bounce from video conference to video conference often lose track of privacy settings on their computers. To prevent overstretched workers from over-revealing, Chou says, “We’ve added an LED indicator to let them know when the camera is on and transmitting, so they don’t get caught on camera accidentally.” THE IT CHIEF Telecommuting has posed a set of daunting challenges for IT departments. Microsoft’s Windows Autopilot utilizes cloud-based technologies to overcome these new hurdles, starting with the traditionally cumbersome process through which new PCs are configured and distributed. With Autopilot, “IT sends a PC to an employee’s home,” Petersen says, “and all that employee has to do to get up and running is simply connect to a network and verify their credentials.” The same cloud technology can be used to reset, repurpose, and recover devices—all with minimal infrastructure management. THE TIME-IS-MONEY EXEC One of Chou’s favorite features is called Modern Standby, developed by Microsoft and made possible by the latest Intel chips. It leverages low-power standby settings to give PCs the “instant on” experience of smartphones. “It’s empowering and satisfying to have this kind of quick access to where I last left off on my computer,” he says. THE ALL-THUMBS KLUTZ Each of MSI’s new laptops are certified to have met MIL-STD-810G requirements, a set of military specifications covering normal operation in a variety of harsh environments and conditions that include temperature extremes, vibrations, humidity, and “contamination by fluid” (which, thankfully, includes your morning coffee). Chou views MSI’s new laptop lines—and the Summit series in particular—as a particularly successful outgrowth of years-long research, an inside-out rethink on how to make computers, and close collaboration with a key partner. “We invested a lot of new resources and encouraged our designers to consider every detail a business user might want or need,” he says. “And Microsoft brings an unmatched understanding of software that boosts the user experience for executives who need a fast and reliable PC that can keep up with the increasing pace of today’s business—whether at the office or in the home.” Source
  7. Hi Nsane community :hi: , I have MSI gaming notebook with 8 GB of Nanya RAM (4 * 2) .After about eight month of purchasing date , I got a problem with one of the RAM #1 which cause BSOD (MEMORY MANAGEMENT) .I did memory diagnostic on Windows 7 and the result was "Hardware problem was detected .." . Why this happen ? I did't make any thing wrong with my laptop ,(I mean I really care about its temperature and keep it clean from dust ..) By the way The laptop is still working well (running games , programs ,NET ) except sometimes I get the mentioned BSOD. :please: Is there any one knows about or faced like that problem ? And what do you advise me to do about my sick ram ? :( Solved : I brought my laptop to MSI service center to fix it .. Staff there told me that both of RAMs have a problem .They replaced RAMs with new same brand RAM (NANYA) .When I asked them about what was the problem ,they just told me that "Unexpected error occurred !" The important thing my laptop is now working like charm without any annoying BSOD :D
  8. Hi, Is it possible to add the link to the msi installers into Flash Player Downloads : http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/distribution3.html http://www.nsanedown.com/?request=57232098 Thanks ;) ++
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