MSI and LucidLogix Form Technology Partnership to Develop Big Bang Motherboard

Subject: Motherboards | September 23, 2009 - 05:54 PM |
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[City of Industry, CA] World-leading graphics card and mainboard manufacturer, MSI, has announced a technology partnership with LucidLogix at IDF to expand its high-end product line design to deliver a more advanced gaming experience for enthusiasts.

Through the formation of this technology partnership, MSI and LucidLogix demonstrate how inventive collaboration can extend capabilities and create product innovation. The all-new premium line is inspired by the “Big Bang” in astronomy, and is dedicated to unique innovation. Powered by the new Lucid HYDRA 200 real-time distributed processing engine, the MSI Big Bang features the first-ever universal multi-GPU mainboard. Already, its first technology showcase at IDF drew worldwide attention.

"MSI's BigBang Motherboard is a turning point for the Multi-GPU industry," said Offir Remez, President of LucidLogix. "Our close collaboration with MSI has allowed us to rapidly design and produce a first-ever universal multi-GPU motherboard that takes a major leap into mass market parallel graphics processing."

“To satisfy diverse market demands, MSI remains committed to providing customizable solutions” said Henry Lu, MSI’s Global Senior Vice President. “With leading technology from LucidLogix, MSI Big Bang offers unprecedented flexibility and graphics-intensive capability. Enthusiasts can personalize their own gaming experience with state-of-the-art capabilities.”

Designed to deliver an ultra-realistic, immersive gaming experience, the P55-based platform, Big Bang, features several awe-inspiring features. The official global launch date will be right before Christmas holidays on October 29. For more information, please visit: http://event.msi.com/mb/bigbang/

Source: MSI

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