Taipei, Taiwan – MSI, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, announces its latest high-end motherboard "Eclipse" which is based on Intel® X58 Express chipsets. MSI has developed the motherboard with "DrMOS" which delivers the highest efficiency, zero noise, less heat and the best performance from the P45 series; now on new "Eclipse" X58 motherboards. MSI expanded the usage of DrMOS to bring a much more power efficient platform to the desktop motherboard.
The Coming New Desktop Era for Enthusiasts
MSI's X58 Eclipse is equipped with the Socket B (LGA1366) to support the next generation Intel Core i7 processors (codename: Nehalem), also it will replace the current FSB and adopt the QPI (QuickPath interconnect) structure to enhance the bandwidth up to 25.6GB/s (twice that of the FSB1600 standard). Eclipse will be the first 3-channel memory structure ready motherboard to support 6 DIMM DDR3-1333+ up to 24GB capacity, it also provides enhanced bandwidth up to 32GB/s (higher than DDR3-1600 standard).
DrMOS– The Most Power-Efficient Parts for Power-Saving and Performance
MSI developed its existing P45 award-winning motherboards with Gen.2 "DrMOS", and now MSI has expanded the DrMOS usage to cover the QPI and Northbridge power supply, to provide superior power-saving, ultimate low temperature operation, and extreme performance gain. The Eclipse will be equipped with up to 10 DrMOS with APS (Active Phase Switching) technology to build up the most solid power design ever.