Sunday, June 11th 2017

MSI Announces Infinite A Gaming Desktop

MSI today announced its Infinite A Gaming desktop PC. The desktop is build around a custom-design chassis by MSI, which incorporates RGB LED elements along a stylish front-bezel, with a tempered glass side panel, with lighting controlled by MSI Mystic Light RGB software. The Infinite A is positioned in MSI's "Enthusiast Gaming" segment for gaming desktops, which includes the likes of the Aegis Ti3.

Under the hood, the Infinite A features a micro-ATX motherboard, although the primary graphics card is flipped vertical (along the plane of the motherboard), using a PCIe riser. This, MSI states, is the reduce graphics card PCB bending over time. The Infinite A is driven by a 7th gen Core "Kaby Lake" quad-core processor (various Core i5 and Core i7 options available); up to 64 GB of dual-channel DDR4 memory (options); NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-series graphics (Gaming series graphics cards); M.2 NVMe SSD; wired GbE, and WLAN with 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1.
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6 Comments on MSI Announces Infinite A Gaming Desktop

#1
ensabrenoir


.............brother.......is that you?


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zo0lykas
Thats my brother from another mother :)


ensabrenoir said:


.............brother.......is that you?



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evernessince
Seriously MSI? Did you have to put the text "Vertical Graphics" in big font above the graphics card on the case?
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Hood
evernessince said:
Seriously MSI? Did you have to put the text "Vertical Graphics" in big font above the graphics card on the case?
Yeah, why overlook the "Horizontal Power Supply" and the "Perpendicular SSD" features, I want that painted on as well...
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sutyi
evernessince said:
Seriously MSI? Did you have to put the text "Vertical Graphics" in big font above the graphics card on the case?
Never mind that, but why do you have like a pinky width gap between the side panel and that actual case? Who the feck wants to constantly de-dust the inside?

On a second note it looks like if they designed the vertical GPU thing and forgot to leave enough room for graphics card to breath, so the side panel is mounted on standoffs. :laugh:
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Duality92
sutyi said:
Never mind that, but why do you have like a pinky width gap between the side panel and that actual case? Who the feck wants to constantly de-dust the inside?

On a second note it looks like if they designed the vertical GPU thing and forgot to leave enough room for graphics card to breath, so the side panel is mounted on standoffs. :laugh:
This is exactly what I was thinking too.
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