MSI unveils Military Class III component set

/ 7 years ago

MSI the world renowned Graphics card and mainboard manufacturer is pleased to announce the availability of its next generation Military Class components on its future series mainboards. Having already set the standard with Military Class Components and reaching certification for all its Military Class II components, MSI’s Military Class III raises the bar by adding DrMOS II with active protection for your mainboard. Military Class III components will be available soon on MSI mainboards with an future to be announced chipset.

DrMOS II – Active Protection 

MSI’s DrMOS, which was first introduced three years ago, has become the default standard for mainboards. At the time nearly all mainboards manufacturers have switch to MSI’s DrMOS design, MSI introduces DrMOS II. MSI’s DrMOS II adds active protection to your mainboard through double thermal protection. DrMOS II allows extreme overclockers to monitor and eventually prevent any damage should they push their system over the limits. Double Thermal Protection consists of:

• Inform the user of critical operation temperatures at 115°C

• Automatic shutdown if operating temperatures exceed 130°C

Military Class III components 

MSI Military Class components have seen many imitations. For instance, MSI had the first mainboard with 100% Hi-c CAP. With the certification of all Military Class III components, end-users can trust on the fact that their mainboard has been built with components that pass the current strict regulations of the United States Department of Defense 810G standard. Every future MSI mainboard will ship with a certification validating the results of a qualified testing lab.

Source: Press Release


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