If you’re after a machine with a top-end GPU, both the MSI Infinite RS and Aegis RS 10th are now being offered with Nvidia’s top-end RTX 3090 graphics card – which many have been struggling to get hold off. Both desktops pair the Ampere GPU with up to an Intel Core i9-10900K CPU and up to 32GB DDR4 RAM.
Unsurprisingly, these gaming desktops don’t come cheap. The Infinite RS with RTX 3090 is available for $3,599 (£2,640, AU$4,615), while the Aegis RS 10th with RTX 3090 is available from $3,999 (£2,935, AU$5,130).
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The equally hard-to-get-hold-of Nvidia RTX 3080 is also being offered in the MSI Meg Trident X 10th. This model, which also packs up to an Intel Core i9-10900K processor, 32GB RAM, and 1TB SSD + 1TB HDD storage is available from $2,799 (£2,055, AU$3,590), while an RTX 3070 variant is also on sale for $2,499 (£1,835, AU$3,205).
MSI is also offering a number of gaming desktops with up to an Nvidia RTX 3070, for those looking for a less expensive machine.
The MSI Trident AS, Codex R 10th, Aegis R 10th and Ryzen-powered Aegis ZS are all being offered with Nvidia’s mid-range Ampere GPU, with each model available from $1,899 (£1,400, AU$2,435), $1,299 (£955, AU$1,660), $1,549 (£1,340, AU$2,000) and $1,999 (£1,470, AU$2,560), respectively.
The arrival of MSI’s upgraded gaming laptops comes just days ahead of CES, where Nvidia is expected to add more mid-range options to its RTX 30-series lineup in the form of the RTX 3050, RTX 3050 Ti and RTX 3060.
MSI is also set to unveil the Trident S during next week’s all-digital conference, which it’s teasing as a gaming machine that “revolutionizes conventional thinking of what a PC gaming system is to bring the world of Triple-A PC gaming into any household.”