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MSI Gaming 27XT 6QE AIO Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics

MSI Create a All-in-One Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics

MSI Create a All-in-One Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics

MSI Create a All-in-One Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics

 

MSI have Created a new All-in-One Gaming Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics, allowing you to install up to a Titan X or almost any other current or future GPUs, since power limitations will prevent you from using Dual core GPUs. 

The MSI Gaming 27XT 6QE will be based on Intel's Skylake platfrom and will have two M.2 slots inside which allow you to use NVMe M.2 storage devices in RAID 0, making this easily one of the most powerful All-in-One PCs that we have ever seen. 

 

  MSI Create a All-in-One Desktop PC with upgradable Desktop graphics

 

The GPU is stored in the rear of the unit and is attached to the main system via some kind of PCI-e extender and will use DisplayPort to connect the 144Hz monitor that this system is built into. 

Right now we do not know the resolution of the panel used in this system, but we do now that it does not support either FreeSync of G-Sync. Below is a video from PCPER showcasing the unit. 

 

 

An all-in-one PC sounds like a great option for many consumers, but gamers typically have stayed away from this kind of device in the past due to their lack of upgrade options. Now with a strong Skylake base and an upgradable GPU, this unit will be able to game and game well for several years reliably, which is no mean feat for an all-in-one PC. 

 

You can join the discussion on the MSI Gaming 27XT 6QE All-in-One Desktop PC on the OC3D Forums

 

 

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06-01-2016, 11:15:37

Chrazey
Now that just looks lol in my optinion Quote

06-01-2016, 13:33:19

Davva2004
So now we've found which project their 12 year old designers worked on after the Godlike motherboard.Quote

06-01-2016, 16:18:52

Kushiro
Could have done with all the red tbh, cant say I have ever been a fan. But thats just me.

Wonder what the temps will be like.Quote
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