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Tuesday, April 29, 2008
MSI introduces 3.1L Mini-ITX


MSI, one of the world's largest manufacturers of barebone, launches its new Titan 700 series barebone product.

Titan 700 barebone is based on the IPC Mini-ITX form factor and comes with VIA CN700 + 8237R+ chipset, which provides users with high performance and stability. Unlike the original ITX mainboard, the Titan 700 has already a built-in 600W power supply module, so users does not need to have an external 110/220V power supply anymore. Thus, the Titan 700 barebone can be operated using less power. Aside from its sleek and stylish design, the Titan 700 barebone delivers high-capacity performance and essential features. It comes with a slim DVD burner, as well as 2.5-inch SATA hard drives that can effectively reduce the volume and improve the heat dissipation of the chassis. Compared against other similar products, the Titan 700 series is only 3.1litre in size; it's so small you can put it anywhere on your desk or even in a small corner of your living room. Whether for home or office, the Titan 700 series is simply the best choice.

Built-in IPC Mini-ITX mainboard and similar in technical design to notebook PC

The Titan 700 series barebone comes with a built-in IPC Mini-ITX mainboard which can provide the same level of high IPC stability and reliability. The Titan 700 series is remarkably similar in technical design to modern notebook PC. The slim DVD burner and 2.5 inch SATA hard drive can drastically reduce the volume of the chassis and upgrade the efficiency of heat dissipation. The mini-ITX mainboard is commonly used in industrial computer, POS cash register, ticket booking center and others. Due to its small size, rich features, performance, stability and low power consumption, the mini-ITX mainboard has been applied to individual desktop computers and is widely favored by business users.

Small in Size, Complete in Functions

The mini-ITX form factor only measures 170 x 170mm, which is smaller than the ATX form factor. Since ITX mainboard utilizes a smaller chassis, it saves the space for high voltage power supply. MSI's Titan 700 is only 185 mm ? 240mm ? 70mm and is only 3.1litre in size which is easy to put anywhere, vertically or horizontally. In addition, the mirror-like front cover of the multimedia ports is not only stylish but offers a user-friendly interface for headphone plug, microphone, mouse, USB flash drivers, and other peripheral devices. The Titan 700 is also equipped with Gigabit LAN, I/O ports, USB 2.0, SATA, PS/2 and 5.1-channel audio and so on, providing users with rich and complete multimedia support.

Energy and Power Saving, Ultra Quiet. The Best Business Platform.

The MSI Titan 700 series has a built-in 60W power supply module that is energy-efficient, cost-effective and environmental-friendly. In addition, its ultra-quiet design offers high performance features with an operating noise of less than 35dB(A) during full operation and 20dB(A) in standby mode. It's perfect for giving you a quiet and comfortable working environment especially at night.


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