MSI has launched two powerful gaming PCs, the Infinite X 9th and the Trident X 9th, to offer their best to hardcore gamers.
The Infinite X 9th has been fitted with microprocessors up to the latest liquid-cooled Intel Core i9-9900K and MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Ventus graphics card, a combination that promises superior performance at zero compromises. In the storage department, the device has been equipped to handle 64 GB of DDR4-2666 memory, besides being provided with two 3.5″ hard drives, a 2.5″ SSD, and two M.2 SSDs (including support for Intel Optane Memory). As far as connectivity is concerned, the desktop has support for an Ethernet port that is managed by an Intel WGI219-V controller. The device sports support for Wi-Fi (Intel AC3168), while support is optional Bluetooth 4.2. MSI has provided options for a 550W Bronze or 850W Platinum power supply based on the hardware configuration.
Infinite X 9th’s interior has been provided with headphone and microphone jacks, a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type C port, a USB 3.1 Gen1 Type A, and a USB 2.0 port to facilitate fast charging. On its rear, the desktop comes with an S / PDIF, five audio jacks, an RJ45, four USB 3.1 Gen1 Type A, two USB 2.0 Type A, one HDMI, one DisplayPort, and one PS / 2 combo.
To ensure silent and efficient cooling, the Infinite X 9th comes with a Silent Storm Cooling 3 Pro whose upper part cools the CPU, the bottom portion has a GPU placed vertically, and the lateral part connects to the power supply.
The body of the device has been made available in the classic black side panel and the transparent glass side panel 4 mm thick. It also comes with RGB Mystic Light to allow customization.
While the prices have not been announced, a variant has been announced for the device, going by the name of Infinite X 9th Plus, and fitted with a Z390 motherboard as opposed to the base variant’s Z370. This desktop can be upgraded as and when its newer parts appear on the market.
Coming to the Trident X 9th, this desktop, with its compact dimensions of 129.74 x 382.73 x 396.39 mm (W x D x H) and a weight of 6.55 kg in the base form, has been fitted with hardware configurations of up to RTX 2080 Ti (with 2080/2070 being offered as variants) and ninth-generation Core processors with an unlocked multiplier (9700K and 9900K). Its body has been made of tempered glass to visualize the inner parts, and the sides accommodate slits for ventilation.
In the storage department, the Trident X 9th can accommodate 32 GB of DDR4 memory in the standard format, an SSD M.2, and two 2.5 “units. Frontally, the device sports a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type A and Type C ports, a USB 2.0, and headphone and microphone jacks. It may later be upgraded to include more USB ports, an HDMI 1.4, and a DisplayPort 1.2, besides the RJ45 managed by an Intel I219-V controller. The device has support for both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2. Unlike the manner of the Infinite X 9th, the Trident X 9th shall also be fitted with either a 450W Bronze or a 650W Gold, depending on its hardware configuration.
The Trident X 9th has a Plus variant with a Z390 motherboard, as opposed to the Z370 of the basic one, an extra M.2 slot, a Realtek network controller, and a slightly different arrangement of ports on its rear. This desktop’s price, too, remains to be announced.