MSI’s Trident Makes VR-Ready Desktops Even Smaller

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Jeff Fx

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The lack of a GTX 1080 really cripples these supposedly made for VR PCs. Even a GTX 1080 can't offer the best possible picture in VR, but considering the price of a Titan, a lot of us had to settle for the 1080.
 

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yup. good point. oh well, as long as it doesn't bankrupt msi, experiment away. lol
 

anbello262

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Actually, this is quite a lot cheaper than most VR ready laptops. If you compare them to laptops, I believe you're missing the point of ITX and SFF desktops.
I, for one, would buy one, since the price is not a lot higher than getting the components yourself and assembling such a small PC.
The only problem that is stopping me is the reliability and qulaity of the PSU, since we don't even get any specs on that.
 
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Quite right. Usually the psu is among the most cost effective parts of a brand name pre-build, often with just enough wattage to power original components. Just saying.
 
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