MSI launches its new Vortex G25 small-sized console console

MSI today unveiled its new console-sized Vortex G25, a small device that can be installed both horizontally and vertically, with powerful hardware inside. The new equipment has Intel Core i7 8700 CPU inside, along with a custom MSI Z370 motherboard and the choice between a 3 GB or 6 GB GTX 1060 or a GTX 1070 8GB in its most powerful configuration. The computer has memory installed in four DIMMs with a maximum of 64GB installable. While in storage can include a 2.5 “unit and up to two M.2 NVMe units.

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MSI launches its new Vortex G25 small-sized console console

The Vortex G25 MSI, depending on the model will have Ethernet and WIFI Intel or Killer networks, while offering a large number of USB ports to improve connectivity. As for refrigeration, we have seen how the equipment seems to have two turbines that move the air throughout the interior of the equipment and its heat sinks, honoring its name Vortex.

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For now, has not confirmed availability or prices, but if you can see the official specifications at the end of the news, plus a small gallery of images.

MSI Vortex G25 Gaming PC

  • CPU: Eighth-generation Intel Core i7-8700 processor
  • Chipset: Intel Z370 chipset           
  • Memory: 4x DDR4 DIMM slots, 64GB max             
  • Graphics Card:
    • GeForce GTX 1070 8GB (Vortex G25-8RE)
    • GeForce GTX 1060 3 or 6GB (Vortex G25-8RD)
  • Storage:
    • 2.5 “hard drive x1
    • Up to two NVMe SSDs    
  • LAN:
    • Killer DoubleShot Pro (Vortex G25-8RE)
    • Intel Gigabit Ethernet (Vortex G25-8RD)
  • Wireless:
    • Killer DoubleShot Wireless (Vortex G25-8RE)
    • Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi (Vortex G25-8RD)
  • External Ports:
    • Vortex G25-8RE:
      • USB 3.0 Type-A 4x – USB 3.0 Type-C 1x – USB 3.1 Type-C w / Thunderbolt 3 1x
      • HDMI 2.0 (one front) 2x
      • Headphone 3.5mm 1x
      • Microphone 3.5mm 1x
    • Vortex G25-8RD:
      • USB 3.0 Type-A 4x – USB 3.0 Type-C 1x – USB 3.1 Type-C 1x 
      • HDMI 2.0 (one front) 2x 
      • Headphone 3.5mm 1x
      • Microphone 3.5mm 1x
  • Audio: Realtek codec with ESS Saber DACs             
  • Power Supply:
    • 330W (Vortex G25-8RE)
    • 230W (Vortex G25-8RD)


I’ve been utilizing a Shuttle XPC snared to a TV for some time at whatever point I need to get my lounge PC diversion on, and it fits into the excitement focus by the PS4 Slim and Xbox One S pretty pleasantly.

To put into point of view, this is just marginally more volume than the Antec ISK 110, which is a brilliant little case for a low power framework (I have one I’ve been clutching for a year or so now that I’m going to at long last utilize when the Raven Ridge APUs are discharged), yet it’s appearing as though it will have the majority of the gaming ability of a completely outfitted and operational fight station.

Two things will represent the moment of truth it: commotion and cost.

It’s conceivable they have the commotion part dealt with, and it may not get so noisy under load that you’d see it while really gaming (“would I be able to hear it while I am playing something” is an essential inquiry for a family room PC setup than “is it uproarious under load?”).

The cost will definitely be someplace up in the mists, however.



David is the chief editor, publicist, and marketer by profession at Optocrypto. He is a Passionist for the technological world and wants to aware of all the benefits of the latest technology.

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