MSI has today announced something that a lot of people have been looking for, unveiling a new mini gaming PC. Called the MSI Vortex, it is a compact, small, and portable gaming PC and is equipped with dual NVIDIA graphics card.
For this, the minimum you will have to set aside is $2,199.
For that, you get dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 SLI graphics cards, which are supported by 16GB of RAM. If you need a little more, you can upgrade to the higher level model, which has dual GTX 980 STI graphics cards, with 32GB of RAM, but this is priced at $3,999.
Both feature 2 x 128GB PCIe solid state drives (SSDs), with support for 256GB of Super RAID 4 storage.
There’s also a 1TB 7,200 RPM SATA hard drive, with 2 x Killer E2400 Gigabit Ethernet ports, with 4 x USB 3.0 ports, 2 x Thunderbolt ports, 2 x HDMI 1.4 ports, 2 x Mini DisplayPorts and 1 S/PDIF port.
MSI explains more.
Saying we poured our blood, sweat and tears isn’t enough to describe the work put into designing and engineering the Vortex. We’re proud to say that it has paid off. With an outside-the-box design, literally, the Vortex is an engineering feat that goes against all the status quos of desktop PC’s to bring about a revolutionary take on desktop gaming.
Everything you know is about to change. Standing at a mere 10.5” high, weighing as little as 8.8lbs, and measuring in at 6.5L, the Vortex pushes more power per inch than most mid to full size tower gaming PC’s without the having to deal with the same bulkiness or weight.
You can find out more about the new mini gaming PC at the source link.