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Tired of seeing dust all over your system? MSI has introduced white versions of some of its most popular products for those of you who are considering switching over to hardware with a lighter color. The new products include the MPG GUNGNIR 110R WHITE (PC case), MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 WHITE (ARGB liquid cooler), MPG A750GF WHITE (power supply), and MPG Z690 FORCE WIFI and MAG B660M MORTAR WIFI, two motherboards designed for 12th Gen Intel Core processors. The latter still feature black PCBs, however…

A New Form – MSI Introduces Its Latest White Gaming Products (MSI)

Some of MSI’s fan favorites are now here in a completely new form. The MPG GUNGNIR 110R WHITE, MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 WHITE, and the MPG A750GF WHITE all received complete design revamps. Besides being mechanically compatible with one another, these products are now more aesthetically matching as well. So don’t miss the perfect chance to build your next gaming PC, perfectly Powered By MSI.

MPG GUNGNIR 110R WHITE

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The well-received MPG GUNGNIR 110R WHITE gaming PC case now comes in a white form. It features an iconic front glass panel and side tempered glass window that offer a dazzling view of the interior lighting that highlights the quality of the parts in the rest of the system.

On its IO port, there’s a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C (20Gbps) port for high-speed data transmission and a LED switch button that can help you quickly control the lighting effects.

MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 WHITE

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As usual, the MAG CORELIQUID 240R V2 WHITE features stunning ARGB lighting and a rotatable blockhead. The three-phase motor at the core of the pump generates minimal vibrations while the radiator pump design reduces noise and increases the pump’s life expectancy. It also provides out-of-box support for LGA 1700.

MPG A750GF WHITE

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The MPG A750GF WHITE gaming power supply unit is here with a new look, but providing the same stable performance. The MPG A750GF provides 750W of power and is 80 PLUS Gold certified, capable of supporting the latest graphics cards and CPUs. Its fully modular design and flat cables provide convenience for users when installing it.

MPG Z690 FORCE WIFI & MAG B660M MORTAR WIFI

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The MPG Z690 FORCE WIFI feature 2 PCIe 5.0 x16 slots and 5 onboard M.2 slots including 4 M.2 Gen4 x4. Moreover, the MPG Z690 FORCE WIFI has direct 18 VRM phases with 75A SPS.

MSI MAG B660M MORTAR WIFI supports PCIe 4.0, which provides 64GB/s of transfer bandwidth. Equipped with 12 DrMOS with Duet Rail Power System and 6 layers PCB with 2oz copper to guarantee stable current delivered to the core processors.

Now that MSI has provided a new form and look for these products, are you ready to build a stylish gaming PC?

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11 comments

  1. I always love the way white builds look - until they are no longer brand new. Nothing shows Cheeto dust and Mountain Dew sneezes worse.
    But, inside the PC?

    I assume someone's done it, but man...
  2. On the other hand, when it comes to cars, I don't like white because of how easy it is to see dust and dirt and pollen and other sh1t on them. I like having black rims just cuz you don't see all the f*cking brake dust.
  3. I've always wanted to do a white build just to do something different but never got that far. The main things that stopped me are the Cheetos incidents(although for me it'd be BBQ chips, pizza sauce, coffee, or beer) plus how easy it would be to see marks or other stains. The closest I got was a white Microsoft laptop mouse and Logitech keyboard, lol.

    On the other hand, when it comes to cars, I don't like white because of how easy it is to see dust and dirt and pollen and other sh1t on them. I like having black rims just cuz you don't see all the f*cking brake dust.
    I agree with you but where I live we get 90-100 degree days for about 6 months of the year between May-Oct, and sometimes 80s going into November. I've been wanting a white car for years(we get what we can afford so have never focused on color) and ours have usually been dark green or some shade of red. A/C is nice but it sure sucks having to crank it for 15-20 minutes all the time and if making multiple short trips it never really helps that much.
  4. ...where I live we get 90-100 degree days for about 6 months of the year between May-Oct, and sometimes 80s going into November.
    Dang, that sounds awesome! I need to live somewhere like that.
  5. But, inside the PC?

    I assume someone's done it, but man...

    Well, take that open air ITX case review on the front page today. That thing is a prime cheeto dust and sneeze candidate.
  6. I enjoy the occasional white build (my office PC is a white case and fans), but don't think I'd do a white car either. I get a lot of people here in NW PA that come into the dealership and say they don't like white cars due to the snow we get, which of course makes it hard to see.
  7. I had a white car for a while - it didn’t do too badly in dirt — not as good as the ubiquitous grey but way better than black at any rate. And in mid-CA it was a lifesaver in the constant sun - it really made a difference in indoor temps.
  8. Well, take that open air ITX case review on the front page today. That thing is a prime cheeto dust and sneeze candidate.
    Only for violent sneezers :D

    Honestly it will likely live on a shelf. For the purposes of keeping the ITX test parts healthy (including the OS), it really only needs power - WiFi works well enough for RDP.

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