Recently Intel just introduces the 10th-gen desktop processor with Hyperthreading for the entire core lineup. With the introduction, OEMs are grabbing the opportunity to make use of the latest hardware. MSI has announced the new Trident and Infinite gaming desktops, powered by the 10th-gen processor and Nvidia RTX graphics.
The Trident lineup includes – Trident X, Trident A, and Trident 3. These PCs load top line specifications into a console-like kind aspect, making them more ideal to utilize in a living space. The Trident X, the range-topper, can be set up with as much as an Intel Core i9-10900K and Nvidia RTX 2080 Super GPU. It has up to 64GB of RAM, 2 M. 2 slots for SSD storage, and two 2.5-inch drive bays. The Trident A and Trident 3 take things down a notch, maxing out with a Core i7-10700 and an RTX 2060 Super, in addition to just having one M. 2 slot and one 2.5-inch drive bay.
The Infinite lineup includes– Infinite X, Infinite, and Infinite S. These have a more conventional desktop PC type aspect, which permits some more features. The Infinite X leads the pack with as much as an Intel Core i9-10900K and Nvidia RTX 2080 Super, plus two M. 2 slots, two 2.5-inch drive bays, one 3.5-inch drive bay, in addition to 4 RAM slots supporting as much as 128GB. The other Infinite and Infinite S maxes out with an Intel Core i7-10700 CPU and RTX 2060 Super graphics, plus an optimum of 64GB of RAM. They just have one M. 2 slot, and the Infinite S likewise has one less 2.5-inch drive bay.
Prices of the desktops are yet to be revealed by MSI but will be announced soon as the desktops will be available for purchase at the end of May.