MSI Launch Powerful 27 Inch All-In-One Gaming PC

/ 4 years ago


It seems MSI is constantly expanding their product portfolio these days and the latest product line is the simply named “Gaming Series”. Currently it consists of motherboards and graphics cards but now MSI are deciding to do something quite different and push into the All In One PC market.

MSI’s Gaming Series AIO is based off mobile Intel and Nvidia hardware. At the heart of the system is Intel Ivy Bridge Mobile Core i7 3630QM processor that runs at 2.4GHz across four cores and eight threads with a turbo frequency of 3.4GHz. The chipset is Intel’s HM77 Express chipset and Nvidia’s GTX 670MX provides the graphics with a healthy 3GB of GDDR5 memory. 4GB of DDR3 1333MHz SODIMM RAM is provided and the storage options are a 1TB 7200RPM HDD and optional 128GB SSD. MSI_GAMING_AIO_PC_2

MSI have opted for Windows 8, there is no Windows 7 or a “no OS” version. The display used is a 27 inch LED backlit 1080p anti-glare display that also has 10 point touch capabilities. Integrated 802.11 b/g/n Wi-FI is included along with 5.1 THX TruStudio Pro speakers, a DVD drive, a 3 in 1 card reader and 2MP webcam.

Other connectivity includes a microphone port, headphone port, two USB 2.0, four USB 3.0 (two side and two rear), HDMI out, HDMI in, VGA out, RJ45 Lan/ethernet and the DC power jack.

Total maximum power consumption of this unit stands at 180W which is impressive considering you will actually get some very high end gaming performance out of it.

I don’t know about you but I am pretty impressed with the hardware MSI have managed to squeeze into such a small and low power device. Let us hope that the price is right. MSI did not disclose availability or pricing details.

What are your thoughts on MSI’s new gaming AIO PC?

Source: Press Release

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  • 670M is not bad, but surely they jumped the gun with Nvidia due to release new gpu’s ?

  • Michael LeRoy

    This looks awesome. I’ve always wondered a few things with these all-in-one computer setups. How do these manage the heat produced by these cards, and what type of power adapter do these run off of? It’d be great to have something like this be more fine-tuned in the future.

  • d6bmg

    Now they are going on a bit too far. :-/

  • AIO = Laptop, just not portable. How ever I still like the idea because PC builders have lots of options and advantages where as people who aren’t into PCs that much can just buy and play straight away. So no need to hate because what else are you expecting from manufacturers, all the components are available so why complain and not just build it? Stuff like this widens the options for non builders and I think it’s a great idea, it’s always good to come up with something than nothing.

    • JMHJ

      I wouldnt say that non-pc builders have an issue
      now a days, there are so many companys like “Origin” that build
      mid-range to high-end systems for gamers. I dont know too much about PC
      building or hardware in general.i chose to build my current PC myself
      because i found it fun and i like to know how/what exactly goes into my
      PC. But considering that i get more bang for the buck and a warrenty by
      ordering it from one of those companies (due to them buying hardware at a
      better price) i did consider it quite alot.

      For a “non-portable” PC i would like to see it have a bit more power in
      the graphics department etc, otherwise i find it a really nice idea, very
      practical and sleak.