Wednesday, October 21st 2015

MSI Announces the Gaming 27 AIO Desktop

MSI proudly presents the Gaming All-in-One PC: MSI Gaming 27. Equipped with powerful hardware, this system is capable of running the newest PC games in high resolution with ultra settings. The large 27" Full HD display offers an outstanding gaming experience with fast response times for improved gaming performance. By using the HDMI input, the display can also be used to connect your favorite game console. The display also comes with MSI Anti-flicker, which prevents screen flickering and blue light emission through a smartly stabilized power current, thereby reducing eyestrain and fatigue.

The MSI Gaming 27 boasts a powerful 6th Gen Intel Core i7-6700 quad-core processor with Hyper-Threading technology. It supports up to 64 GB dual-channel DDR4 memory to take care of the most demanding tasks. To run the newest games in ultra settings, the system is equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics with 8GB GDDR5 memory. The Gaming 27 offers both Killer E2400 Ethernet and Killer Wireless-AC 1535 connectivity. Killer DoubleShot Pro technology combines both interfaces for the perfect high-speed gaming connection.
Super RAID 4 offers blazing fast storage possibilities with speeds up to 32 Gb/s, prepared to load your favorite game in the blink of an eye. For the best multi-media experience, the Gaming 27 is also equipped with Nahimic Audio Enhancer and an optical Blu-ray drive. The USB Super Charger port offers more than twice as much power as regular USB ports to charge your mobile devices in no-time.

The GeForce GTX 980M brings outstanding gaming performance to the MSI Gaming 27, driving impressive gameplay at ultra settings in today's most demanding games. Take an advantage on opponents with higher framerates while enjoying all beautiful details of your favorite game.

At the very cutting edge of innovation, Nahimic sound technology has been approved for its quality and precision in projects undertaken by the military sector and the aeronautics industry. Entering the market of gaming, Nahimic places the user experience at the heart of their software, offering highly sought-after gaming benefits, including 360˚ virtual surround sound, frequency leveler and bass boost, but also noise reduction and voice leveler when gaming with a headphone.

The Gaming 27 comes with Killer DoubleShot Pro, that will let the Killer Ethernet connectors and Wi-Fi adapter work together for an extreme high speed connection. It will optimize your gaming connection and automatically detects and accelerates game traffic for a more smoother, non-stutter in-game performance.

Get in the game before everyone else with Super RAID 4, MSI's fastest RAID 0 storage configuration. Combining dual PCI-E Gen 3.0 x4 SSD's utilizing NVMe technology, harness the full performance potential of the Gen 3.0 SSD through the optimization of the hardware and software outputting extreme read speeds over 3300MB/s. Load games in seconds!
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30 Comments on MSI Announces the Gaming 27 AIO Desktop

#1
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
I am so hoping I get some of these at MC lol.
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
Looks ugly, they should get some thing going with Ferrari at least the badge would look decent then.
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#3
alejandroo
Interesting choice to cool a 65W cpu and a 125W graphics card with one fan, might get hot and loud.
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
no touch screen on that bigass tablet? = EpicFail
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
peche
no touch screen on that bigass tablet? = EpicFail
It's not got a battery it would just remove the tower of the PC and allow the user to play games. For reference the $3K Imac has no touchscreen nor does that optiplex AIO. It is not targeted at touchscreen people, just those who don't want a tower, but do want to play games.
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#6
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
cdawall
It's not got a battery it would just remove the tower of the PC and allow the user to play games. For reference the $3K Imac has no touchscreen nor does that optiplex AIO. It is not targeted at touchscreen people, just those who don't want a tower, but do want to play games.
well ok, i dont get the point of getting a big ass ipad for "gaming" its not what i would ever get... or purchase...
regards,
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#7
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
peche
well ok, i dont get the point of getting a big ass ipad for "gaming" its not what i would ever get... or purchase...
regards,
It is just a 23" monitor with a laptop strapped to it. It in no way is comparable to an ipad. You cannot move it like a tablet, it has to be plugged in at all times etc. All it does is get rid of desk clutter. People pay good money for that.
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
cdawall
. People pay good money for that.
that is the thing i cannot understand... but well, as somebody said, live and let live!
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#9
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
peche
that is the thing i cannot understand... but well, as somebody said, live and let live!
Small desk spaces are the in thing. A lot of people don't want a big gaudy tower or a million wires running all over. This allows those people to play games.
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
cdawall
Small desk spaces are the in thing. A lot of people don't want a big gaudy tower or a million wires running all over. This allows those people to play games.
Personally I think AIO's are pretty much the ultimate machines for the people still using desks. If you have everything wireless you only need a power chord and it takes up so much less space than a laptop. Laptops on desks are awful, especially if you have them connected to a docking station.
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#11
natr0n
All I think when I see these...laptop built into monitor.
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#12
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
natr0n
All I think when I see these...laptop built into monitor.
worthless..
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#13
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
peche
worthless..
As I said, far from it. It they weren't cost prohibitive to me I'd definitely have an AIO. Most people I know would benefit from one actually.

EDIT: They're obviously not for people looking to get as much performance as possible for their moneys. It's not really fair comparing them to systems you can, if you're cheap, throw in a cardboard box.

The resolution is a bit low though. Should be 1440p.
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#14
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
peche
worthless..
You are rather opinionated aren't you? This product fills a need for certain people, so while you may not have use for it other people do. Instead of talking bad about every product that doesn't meet your status quo allow a company that made more profit last month than you make in a year make their own decisions. MSI knows what they are doing in the computer market. The release of the G40 ghost proves that.
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#15
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
im not saying that msi must not create this kind of products... im just saying that i see this as a worthless device... i prefer a laptop over this, the device will be more useful with an integrated battery so you wont have to power it to power for every use, because of mobility, is just my opinion,
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#16
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
This will sit on someones desk and be used as their PC. It will not be mobile it is NOT a tablet. This a desktop without a tower. I don't know why that is confusing to you.
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#17
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
It is a niche product (I mean gaming AIOS). More companies should make them, if you want an AIO with a good GPU you're essentially limited to MSI and Apple. They do cost more than they should.
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#18
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Frick
It is a niche product (I mean gaming AIOS). More companies should make them, if you want an AIO with a good GPU you're essentially limited to MSI and Apple. They do cost more than they should.
Asus has one coming out as well. I have the specs at work for it.
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#19
Uplink10
I do not like AIOs because they are intended for one thing and one thing only and that is only desktop computing and they are as extensible as miniPCs, AIOs can just include more and better *fixed* components. That is why their use is very limited compared to laptops, so if you aren't sure about AIO buy a laptop.

I bought a miniPC and I am now thinking it would be better if I bought a netbook, because currently I could use it and it was never going to be a thing I would just set and forget about it. With laptop I would get UPS (battery), keyboard and a screen which could be used for a lot of things.

natr0n
All I think when I see these...laptop built into monitor.
Without benefits of a laptop but with a monitor size and PC case-like connectivity.
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#20
cadaveca
My name is Dave
I could use a couple of these. oh MSI... :respect:


Perfects for my kids, with limited room space.
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#21
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
cdawall
Asus has one coming out as well. I have the specs at work for it.
I've been wondering when that would happen. I could almost see Acer making one as well.
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#22
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
cadaveca
I could use a couple of these. oh MSI... :respect:


Perfects for my kids, with limited room space.
Currently I sell AMD APU based models for anyone who wants the ability to gain, they are crap and I can't wait for these they will fill a huge open niche.
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#23
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
m
cdawall
This will sit on someones desk and be used as their PC. It will not be mobile it is NOT a tablet. This a desktop without a tower. I don't know why that is confusing to you.
aye... thats the problem... is confusing me... sorry by that...
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#24
cadaveca
My name is Dave
cdawall
Currently I sell AMD APU based models for anyone who wants the ability to gain, they are crap and I can't wait for these they will fill a huge open niche.
Yep, my kids need games or I'm a bad daddy. Can't have that happening. :P Specs are nearly perfect in my eyes. I really hope MSI will send me one. :P
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#25
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
cadaveca
Yep, my kids need games or I'm a bad daddy. Can't have that happening. :p Specs are nearly perfect in my eyes. I really hope MSI will send me one. :p
They gave me a headset haha I wish I could get an AIO.
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