MSI Infinite X Desktop US Launch: Core i7-8700K, GTX 1070 & More

MSI Infinite X Desktop US Launch: Core i7-8700K, GTX 1070 & More

MSI has started to sell its latest Infinite X desktops in the US. The new systems are based on Intel’s six-core Core i7 (Coffee Lake) processors, as well as custom Intel Z370-powered motherboards that support CPU overclocking. The most advanced configurations of the Infinite X come with Intel’s unlocked Core i7-8700K chips as well as MSI’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. Also, MSI is set to allow some of its system integrator partners to build custom configurations of the Infinite X to address the needs of their customers.

Read AnandTech's reviews of the Core i7-8700K and the GTX 1080 Ti here!

As reported earlier, the MSI Infinite X will be the company’s most powerful desktop computer and an advancement for the whole series in general. The new PCs are not only based on six-core Core i7-8700K CPUs, and therefore offer better multitasking performance than predecessors do, but they support CPU overclocking. The custom Micro-ATX Intel Z370 motherboard that MSI uses for the Infinite X PCs offers a rather general overclocking functionality supported by the company's Command Center software (allows to adjust per-core frequency, increase CPU/DRAM voltages, improve cooling, etc.).

When it comes to cooling overclocked CPUs and GPUs, MSI’s new system is prepared very well. The Infinite X chassis uses a triple-chamber design with separate chambers for the CPU (this one also hosts RAM, SSD, PCH and some other components), the GPU, and the PSU (this one also hosts 2.5”/3.5” storage devices), isolating the hottest components from each other. Secondly, the graphics and the processor chambers are cooled down using MSI’s Silent Storm Cooling 3 Pro coolers that suck cool air from the outside of the case and then exhaust the warmer air in another direction. Thirdly, the CPU itself is cooled down using MSI’s custom Dragon liquid cooling system to ensure stable operation even when overclocked significantly beyond stock frequencies.  According to MSI, cooling systems inside the Infinite X produce around 25 dB of noise in idle and less than 36 dB when ope

MSI Infinite X Desktop US Launch: Core i7-8700K, GTX 1070 & More

11 months ago - 10:00 AM EST - Thu, Nov 30, 2017

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