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MSI Vortex - An Intel i7 and GTX 980 SLI in a Trashcan?

Is it a Trashcan? Is it a Mac Pro? No, this is MSI's new Vortex Mini PC with a Skylake i7 and GTX 980SLI.

MSI Vortex - An Intel i7 and GTX 980 SLI in a Trashcan?

MSI Vortex - An Intel i7 and GTX 980 SLI in a Trashcan?

 

Is it a Trashcan? Is it a Mac Pro? No, this is MSI's new Vortex Mini PC, an ultra powerful gaming PC in an ultra small form factor with a volume of a mere 6.5L. 

While the design of this unit is clearly inspired by the Apple Mac Pro, it is certainly something that is intended for a different audience, replacing the Mac's 8-core Xeon with an Skylake i7 and it's dual Radeon D500 workstation GPUs with dual GTX 980 GPUs.

This is a PC designed for gamers, gamers who love silence and gamers who love great performance, with both GPUs running at full desktop GTX 980 speeds and performance.  

 

 

MSI will be releasing this product sometime this year, though we are pretty sure that this will be i the first half of 2016 as otherwise it would need to have it's internal GTX 980 GPUs with their Pascal equivalents.  

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's Vortex mini PC on the OC3D Forums

 

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06-01-2016, 15:37:24

Dicehunter
Be interesting to see what the cooling is like inside this thing.Quote

06-01-2016, 15:40:46

AlienALX
Frikkin finally something remotely half decent from MSI.Quote

06-01-2016, 16:59:16

Kushiro
Half decent? I think I would rather use this as a trash can. Even then it would barely pass as mine looks pretty sweet. Not to mention it looks like the kind of nonsense that Alienware would make.Quote

06-01-2016, 17:01:07

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Half decent? I think I would rather use this as a trash can. Even then it would barely pass as mine looks pretty sweet. Not to mention it looks like the kind of nonsense that Alienware would make.
I like Alienwares.Quote

06-01-2016, 17:02:56

Kushiro
Oh haha, well this is awkward

I mean their notebooks quality is decent, but its just too much bling for my liking.Quote
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