MSI and Corsair Announce Titan’s Vengeance Bundle
MSI and Corsair just announced their new partnership today through a bundle named Titan’s Vengeance. As part of this bundle, for a limited time starting today, anyone who buys MSI’s Z170A MPower Gaming Titanium motherboard will get Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 memory kit as well. Of course the memory isn’t for free and some of its price will be included in the bundle but the end cost of buying as a bundle instead of buying both items separately might end up being cheaper. The Titan’s Vengeance bundle program is available worldwide so anyone can avail this offer (provided they have MSI retailers in region) till 31st August, if stocks last.
The unique silver themed motherboards are built based on the critically acclaimed and award-winning TITANIUM concept, introduced first in the motherboard industry by MSI in 2015. The Z170A MPower Gaming Titanium has an all new design with solid plated heatsinks and silver paint inspired by spacecraft technologies.
It also has a stylish Steel Armor Titanium backplate which strengthens the board so users can install even the heaviest GPUs and CPU coolers without the fear of damaging or bending the motherboard.
The board is also equipped with a host of exciting features including Audio Boost 3 with Nahimic to ensure best onboard sound card quality. For SSD expansion purposes, the board has 2x Turbo M.2 slots so users can install more than one NVMe SSDs at a time.
Since it is a board designed for gaming and overclocking enthusiasts, it features MSI’s new technology called DDR4 Boost. Combined with other tools like Game Boost and the board’s ability to deliver best performance up to DDR4-4000, users can reach speeds as high as 5GHz in just one second through the push of a button.
The Corsair DDR4 memory included in this package is Vengeance LPX, designed for high end gaming and overlocking. The heatspreader in these memory sticks is made of pure aluminum for better cooling and their eight-layer PCB helps manage heat even further to ensure more stable overclocking.