MSI's Big Bang Mobo Offers THX Yummyness

Earlier today, MSI officially announced its collaboration with Creative and THX to bring their audio technologies to the upcoming Big Bang motherboard. According to the company, the new mobo line is slated to be the first to implement THX TruStudio PC along with Creative's EAX Advanced HD 5.0 audio technology.

For consumers and gamers alike, this means that video, music, and games will (hopefully) sound better than typical onboard sound, while remaining true to the intention of the artists who created the content. “We consider Creative to be the best gaming audio provider worldwide and believe our cooperation will redefine the listening experience among the gaming community," said Jason Lee, MSI's Marketing Director.

According to this countdown clock, the Big Bang doesn't explode onto retail shelves for another twenty-one days (October 29). MSI first offered a glimpse of the mobo during the Intel Developer Forum, announcing its partnership with LucidLogix to incorporate the Lucid HYDRA 200 real-time distributed processing engine, allowing universal multi-GPU support.

"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."

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  • technogiant
    Can't wait to see this mobo thoroughly tested out...not just graphically but running ingame Physx on gpu as well also with X2 type graphics cards to see if/how it works with those, DX9, DX10 and DX11 cards mixed as well as nvidia and ati cards....hope to see loads of figures on the 29th.
  • mi1ez
    Absolutely. This is the biggest motherboard advancement in years!