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MSI’s Compact, Mini Gaming PC Vortex Is More Powerful Than The Mac Pro. The MSI Vortex features the same cylindrical shape as the Mac Pro from Apple. The Vortex is slightly bigger and comes with its own MSI Gaming infused looks compared to the all glossy black layout on the Mac Pro. The Mac Pro is aimed at professionals while the Vortex is a full fledged gaming focused device but comparing the two in terms of specifications reveals that the Vortex is better in every possible way. First of all, the chassis which MSI states is a Tower form factor has a capacity of 6.5 liters. The casing has two fans, a bottom intake fan and a top mounted exhaust fan which are used as cooling solution for the entire hardware assembly within the Vortex. It should be enough to cool the PC under normal gaming loads but there’s another thing about the Vortex, it fully supports overclocking too and the hardware that is packed within it is advertised to support it by the respective companies. Vortex – MSI’s Vortex is a powerful compact gaming PC designed to fit anywhere. Potent yet small, the Vortex is only about 6.5L and comes packed with power utilizing a desktop Intel processor, dual NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 980 SLI graphics for blistering fast performance, and a 360° Silent Storm Cooling design for superior performance under the most intense gaming sessions. It will also support multiple 4K video outputs simultaneously for intense multi-tasking and allow for expandability with an easy-to-upgrade design for DIY users. The Vortex will be available in 2016. via MSI Packing an Intel Core i7-6700K (Skylake) processor that comes with an unlocked design along with dual GPUs and we aren’t talking about some regular MXM chips, MSI has actually used two GeForce GTX 980 GPUs that were recently introduced to the mobility market and pack the full GM204 core with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory and 2048 CUDA cores. The Skylake chip itself is a 4 GHz Quad core beast and the top of the line processor that Intel has to offer in the market today. The system comes with DDR4 memory support up to 64 GB which is also another feast for users. Under full load, the system has an operating noise load of 37dB and just 22dB when it is idle. Upvote the thread if you liked the news !!!!!