Tuesday, January 19th 2016

MSI Announces the Gaming 24 AIO Desktop

MSI proudly presents the upgraded Gaming All-in-One PC: MSI Gaming 24. Equipped with more powerful hardware than its predecessor, this system is capable and ready to run the newest PC games in full glory. The large 24" 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 a game console. The display also comes with MSI Anti-flicker technology, to prevent screen flickering and blue light emission through a smartly stabilized power current, thereby reducing eyestrain and fatigue.

The MSI Gaming 24 utilizes Intel's new Skylake-H platform enabling a better CPU performance with reduced power consumption. It supports up to 32 GB dual-channel DDR4 memory to take care of the most demanding tasks. To run the newest games, the system is equipped with a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M or 960M graphics chip. This time with 4GB GDDR5 memory, which is twice as much as its predecessor. The Gaming 24 features the next generation Intel Wireless-AC 3165 Wi-Fi adapter and Killer E2400 Ethernet. Ensuring faster network speeds and prioritization of network traffic for online games.

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 multimedia experience, the Gaming 24 is also equipped with Nahimic Audio Enhancer 2.0 with several new features. The USB Super Charger port offers more than twice as much power as regular USB ports to charge your mobile devices in no-time.

Double the GPU Memory
The GeForce GTX 950M or 960M brings outstanding gaming performance to the MSI Gaming 24 and offering twice as much graphics memory as its predecessor, driving impressive gameplay to the most demanding games. Take an advantage over the competition with higher framerates while enjoying all the beautiful details of your favorite game.

Beautiful Sharp with Ultra HD
Ultra HD (4K) has a four times higher resolution than 1080p and produces a better picture and video quality. The highest pixel density of MSI AIO 4K sharpens the tiniest details in videos and images for stunning results.

Dragon Eye
MSI Dragon Eye allows gamers to watch a YouTube video or Twitch stream while playing a game simultaneously. Whenever they want to watch their favorite game matches while gaming, or watch a tutorial of that difficult part on the same screen so gamers don't have to switch between screens anymore. It is all possible with Dragon Eye.

Bundled with Rainbow Six: Siege (Limited Stocks)
Team up. Win everything. Rainbow Six is an elite team composed of members of the best Special Forces units from around the globe. Siege offers a brand-new style of gameplay embracing the reality of counter-terrorist operatives across intense and asymmetrical close-quarters combat between attackers and defenders. Get the full version of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege for free with the Gaming 24.
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11 Comments on MSI Announces the Gaming 24 AIO Desktop

#1
xfia
Double the GPU Memory
The GeForce GTX 950M or 960M brings outstanding gaming performance to the MSI Gaming 24 and offering twice as much graphics memory as its predecessor, driving impressive gameplay to the most demanding games. Take an advantage over the competition with higher framerates while enjoying all the beautiful details of your favorite game.

Beautiful Sharp with Ultra HD
Ultra HD (4K) has a four times higher resolution than 1080p and produces a better picture and video quality. The highest pixel density of MSI AIO 4K sharpens the tiniest details in videos and images for stunning results.

I doubt double memory is going to drive impressive 4k in the most demanding games.. haha 2k is pretty good for 24in and would maybe have had some decent performance for your money.
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trog100
xfia said:
Double the GPU Memory
The GeForce GTX 950M or 960M brings outstanding gaming performance to the MSI Gaming 24 and offering twice as much graphics memory as its predecessor, driving impressive gameplay to the most demanding games. Take an advantage over the competition with higher framerates while enjoying all the beautiful details of your favorite game.

Beautiful Sharp with Ultra HD
Ultra HD (4K) has a four times higher resolution than 1080p and produces a better picture and video quality. The highest pixel density of MSI AIO 4K sharpens the tiniest details in videos and images for stunning results.

I doubt double memory is going to drive impressive 4k in the most demanding games.. haha 2k is pretty good for 24in and would maybe have had some decent performance for your money.
4 K is optional.. :)

i quite like the idea of these all in one things but you are pretty much stuck with the original configuration which is a bit limited with 960 graphics.. but at 1080 it would just about do the job.. just.. :)

trog
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jabbadap
trog100 said:
4 K is optional.. :)

i quite like the idea of these all in one things but you are pretty much stuck with the original configuration which is a bit limited with 960 graphics.. but at 1080 it would just about do the job.. just.. :)

trog
It's gtx960M, full gm107 chip(gtx750ti). While sure it can run games at FullHD, but not necessary in highest details. 27" versions have gm204 based gtx965M, gtx970M and gtx980M, i would prefer this one have some of them even as an option.
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#4
GhostRyder
Well...I am not a big fan of these ones with the GTX 950m/960m. I did like the MSI one that showcased one with a full size GPU spot to plug into as that to me sounds like a nice idea. I would also not mind one of these if they at least had an MXM port GPU so they can receive some upgrading. I know these aren't meant for hardcore gaming or the likes, but it would be nice to be able to upgrade these depending on what your doing later on (especially with how CPU's seem to be fine for quite a long time).
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#5
alucasa
Desktop 960 hardly goes over 2gb ram usage before choking. Do 950m/960m really need 4gb other than bragging right? Wouldn't have it been better to use 2gb ram and perhaps reduce the cost a little?
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#7
EarthDog
They showed another AIO with a large GPU on the back when we met them at CES...

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alucasa said:
Desktop 960 hardly goes over 2gb ram usage before choking. Do 950m/960m really need 4gb other than bragging right? Wouldn't have it been better to use 2gb ram and perhaps reduce the cost a little?
IMO, No. Even a 960m can drive 1080p games at Ultra settings. A lot of today's games easily break 2GB vRAM use at 1080p
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#8
Xaser04
I don't really understand why they don't at least offer a 970m?
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jabbadap
Xaser04 said:
I don't really understand why they don't at least offer a 970m?
Well I think it's because gtx960M and gtx950M are soldered to mainboards, at least I can't find single one mention about mxm gtx960M cards in the interwebs(infact kepler gtx860M was mxm card, alas maxwell gtx860M was soldered). The gtx970M is mxm card.
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#10
Xaser04
It must be available as a soldered version as well otherwise you wouldn't get it in such thin/light gaming laptops.
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jabbadap
Xaser04 said:
It must be available as a soldered version as well otherwise you wouldn't get it in such thin/light gaming laptops.
You mean gtx970m? Well gm204 and gm107 are not pin compatible, so you would need to use different mainboard. And I don't think there are soldered laptops with gm204 out there, mxm cards are not that high anyway(I could be wrong though).
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