MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON Now Supports SteelSeries Engine Features

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅09.05.2017 21:08:05


MSI and SteelSeries collaborates to present the first motherboard to have PrismSync and GameSense integration, the MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON motherboard. The SteelSeries Engine is an intuitive gaming software utility that synchronizes SteelSeries gaming peripherals with the system for improved gaming experience, custom and synchronized RGB lighting effects and illumination and other game enhancing and aesthetic-oriented features.

MSI and SteelSeries has a long-standing partnership seen before in different MSI GAMING products, particularly the gaming laptop lines with embedded SteelSeries hardware. Now, both brands are expanding the technology integration with desktop motherboards so full gaming PC users can enjoy the same harmonious integration of the SteelSeries Engine. The MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON is just the first motherboard to have such integration with SteelSeries features and software.

GameSense


Choose in-game events such as your health level, ammo size and item cool down periods to trigger real-time lighting changes across the MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON motherboard and SteelSeries peripherals. Some of the world’s most popular online games supports GameSense and offers the ability to fully customize the in-game experience for any play style.

PrismSync


PrismSync is simply the RGB illumination synchronization for the MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON and SteelSeries peripherals. Activate unique lighting effects, create synced colour shifts, and lots of different lighting customizations with your SteelSeries keyboard, mouse, mousepad and other supported gaming gears.

Visit the MSI website for more information on the Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON motherboard.

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