MSI Aegis 3 8th Gen System Review

PC Mark 10

MSI Aegis 3 8th Gen System Review

PC Mark 10

Futuremarks venerable old benchmark PC Mark continues to test the full range of applications that are likely to be used in daily life. As much as we all enjoy gaming we do spend a lot of time utilising our systems for other endeavours, else we'd just have a console on the sofa. The Aegis 3 shows how capable the combination of Intel, nVidia and a monster M.2 drive can be.

MSI Aegis 3 8th Gen System Review  

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01-10-2018, 04:01:34

Peace
Sadly no pricing yet, as a buddy is looking for a new pre-built one. Probably around 1300-1500 but sadly without a 2080.


The old reason to build a PC yourself instead of buying a pre-built one doesn't hold that much anymore, if you ask me. If you take the warranty into account as well as the included Windows license, you sometimes save nothing.Quote
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