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Submitted by crock7owu10 825d ago | interview

MSI: Where the next-generation of gaming is always here, Alien beWare

The gaming industry is a large and competitive one, and MSI is the brand that can attest to that sentiment, especially with the amount of growth and success they've turned in over the last year.

In an exclusive interview with Examiner.com, MSI marketing Specialist, Vincent Chen, and product manager, Cliff Chun, both took sometime to discuss many aspects of their company.

"We’ve done 100% growth year-over-year. We do a lot of research. We do surveys with true gamers, and their number one priority is performance, followed by things like what their friends are doing.

"Gamers like to show off. That’s our thing. I’ve seen guy who built a case for his purple heart on top of his laptop. Everyone likes to do it," Chun said. (Cliff Chun, MSI, PC, Tech, Vincent Chen)

hellvaguy  +   825d ago
I prefer ASUS, but MSI isn't a bad second choice. Sometimes ASUS components can be a bit pricy.
solidt12  +   825d ago
I have always had good luck with anything MSI. Motherboards and now I have a MSI GTX 560 ti and it runs great.
hard joe  +   825d ago
i had problem with msi before :(
the vga erred
ATi_Elite  +   825d ago
Mobo's = ASUS and Gigabyte
GPU's = Gigabyte
everything Else = Corsair

I will say MSI has come a long way in the GPU department. They have some kick butt GPU's for Nvidia and AMD!

I haven't heard anything Bad about MSI Mobo's it's just that I'm stuck on ASUS and Gigabyte. I've built PC's for people and have installed MSI Mobo's so I do have faith in them.
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LAWSON72  +   825d ago
Msi is a very good brand and has many loyal followers, and same goes with asus and gigabyte. Me i aint really a big fan of any yet except corsair, but my parts asus mobo, gigabyte gpu. As for their laptops they look very good and their higher end ones look nicer and sleeker than alienware and have awesome leds like the alienwares.
pandehz  +   824d ago
My Alien is not afraid lmao

My m15x is easily the most customizable lappy out there. 3 yrs down the road and it still supports the 670m gpu . Somehow I get a feeling it may support the 700m series too. Just noticed the drivers are out on nvidia site. Will check if someone actually tried fitting one in

If u got the money then the alien does a dam fine job for a lappy. Sadly Alien shutdown the m15x series, but I think its got something up its sleeve. Prolly a rebuilt super version coming one day.

If its desktops then ignore all those brands and make your own.
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