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$3000 Gaming PC - MSI AEGIS Ti

what's up guys is that from Texas and today we're gonna be taking a look at the msi ages TI which is the bigger brother of the agus that i reviewed on the channel a few months back if you guys somehow miss that i'll drop a link to it down below I think we can all agree when I say aesthetically this thing is a complete eyesore msi claims improved cooling performance which I did find to be true by a few degrees but couldn't we have gotten something that appeals to consumers outside of the age 25 so the front is where you will find a DVD drive 2 USB 3.0 10 gigabit ports USB type-c port audio jacks and an HDMI pass-through for VR and finally an overclock button that will boost both clock and fan speeds you may wanna put on a seat belt where is RGB lighting wrapped around the front and the aggressive design is carried all around the case awkward is the best word I can come up with to describe its looks a mess I did at least include a sturdy metal handle for when you're moving the ages around moving down onto the second platform and yes there are platforms we can see the 850 watt 80 + platinum power supply as well as 2 3.5 inch hard drive bays I actually like the placement of these bays I don't have to disassemble anything when I need to add extra storage in the near future our testing unit includes an Intel Core i7 6700 K 32 gigs of DDR 4 Ram clocked at 21 33 megahertz we have 2 msi gtx 1070 s we also have 2 m dot 2 drives in raid 0 with a total space of 500 gigs as well as a 2 terabyte hard drive needless to say this thing devoured all of the benchmarks i threw at it so let's go ahead and take a look at the results the performance area of course is off the charts with such Opie hardware inside but what really caught me off-guard was the lack of improvement attempts I thought I would see from what msi calls their silent storm cooling there are separate chambers that cool different components and although there could have been a positive effect from this design I am only able to draw conclusions based on the temperatures from similar build I've had in the past the numbers are very similar with the only improvements being seen with the GPUs now because MSI separated the cards from the other components they were able to boost up to 1800 megahertz for a longer time compared to the more traditional case design MSI ships the computer with a few game focused applications all of which can be uninstalled by the user MSI's gaming center is the only one I kept in our testing machine and through here you can create custom profiles that have different color themes audio profiles and even overclocking settings so how much of a premium is MSI charging for the ages versus how much the hardware actually costs if you were to go out there and build a PC yourself naturally I went on to new egg and Amazon inspect out a computer as close as possible to this one parts like the computer case and the custom motherboard I obviously couldn't match but nevertheless the total came out to just about 2,100 the price of the Aegis I have here hovers over $3,000 depending on where you look for me the design and convenience factor is not worth that markup honestly I suggest anyone that's looking to buy this PC to look at a few how to build guides and build one for themselves the money that you could be saving can be put towards to 1080s and even other possible upgrades with its unique design chamber cooling and beastly hardware this thing is nothing to take lightly MSI has definitely build one hell of a machine here but honestly the price is a bit steep compared to what you can do by building your own machine that's pretty much it for the video thank you guys so much for watching if you want to check out the msi ages TI i'll drop a link to it down below as always i'll see you in the next video
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