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Impressive Range of MSI Systems Shown at Computex 2017

MSI Systems

While MSI is well known for motherboards, graphics cards, and laptops, they’re also a huge player in the systems market. Their latest desktop and mobile systems are certainly impressive, so let’s jump in for a quick look at what they have to offer.

MSI Vortex G25

The Vortex is aesthetically beautiful. This slim system mounts vertically on its base. It features a gorgeous design, RGB LED lighting, and massive performance.

Using MSI Cooler Boost Titan Tech, it’ll allow maximum performance from both the GPU and GPU. It’s VR ready, and also the slimmest VR solution on the market! Graphics aside, it’ll also deliver Hi-Res audio too.

It uses (up to) the Core i7, GTX 1070, 2 x NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen3 X4 in RAID0, and 64GB of DDR4 memory. There’s also Thunderbolt 3 support, and it’s 4K ready.

MSI Trident 3 / Trident 3 Arctic

Another slim vertical mount system. This one features the Core i7 Kaby Lake CPU, MSI GTX 1070, and up to 32GB of DDR4 memory. Storage is handled via 1 x M.2 and 1 x 2.5″ SSD. With an HDMI port on the front, it’s perfect for VR gaming.

Aegis X3

For those who want something bigger and even more powerful, we have the Aegis X3. It comes with a built-in MSI GPU, in this case, the MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING. Support for the latest Core i7 CPUs, up to 32GB of DDR4 (SO-DIMM), 3 x M.2, 1 x SATA/PCIe, 1 x Optane, 1 x 2.5″ SSD, and 2 x 3.5″ HDD! It has a built-in 600W 80 Plus Silver PSU too, so it’ll have no problem keeping everything running.


The Cubi 3, N and 2 are also on display. These tiny systems offer a wide range of specifications, from Kaby Lake to Braswell. They’ll deliver up to 4K performance, and are going to be awesome media centers, workstations, office systems and more.

MSI Pro 20EX

For those seeking an AIO solution, the Pro 20EX offers impressive design and features. For those who need a space saving system at home, or in the office, we can certainly see the attraction.

MSI Infinite A

This one is really special. It comes as a full MSI ecosystem, including one of their (up to) MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING graphics cards. While this is sold as a pre-built system, even using one of MSIs very own chassis designs, it’s meant to be upgradable too. IF you want to install a new GPU, storage, motherboard, etc, then you can. Of course, it looks stunning too, with that GPU riser card, Mystic lighting and more giving it some seriously cool aesthetics.

Peter Donnell

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