Thanks to the MSI Vortex G65 Mini-tower Gaming PC, your days with clunky tower that takes up a chunk of your table top is over. At a size measuring 7.61 x 7.01 x 10.55 inches, this 8.8 lbs gaming rig is no bigger than a subwoofer and best part is, it ain’t a box like so many ‘mini’ gaming rigs are. Packed inside its beautiful cylindrical form factor is an Intel Core i7-6700K processor, backed by up to 64GB RAM, along with Super RAID 4 and dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics with up to 16GB of VRAM. Despite its compact form, it is still very much upgradeable and expandable, and it is certainly not lacking in the connectivity department, including three USB 3.0 ports as well as Thunderbolt 3 for uber fast data transfer and Dual Killer Gaming Network E2400.
It also boasts MSI’s 360o Silent Storm Cooling that pulls the heat from the bottom upwards through a vortex-shaped wind path (hence, the name ‘Vortex) without making a ding. A 450W 80 plus Gold power supply is also integrated into to it to provide the required juice. Other highlights include support for up to six video outputs, 4K-ready, Nahimic Military X Gaming audio, and customizable lighting and system performance. The latter two can be done through the Dragon Center Dashboard and App, which also lets you keep track of the system performance.
The MSI Vortex G65 is on demo at the GDC, happening between March 16 and 18 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. You can find them at booth #2036. You pick up the Vortex G65 mini-tower gaming PC today for $2,199.99 and up. Product intro video after the break.