MSI Creator P100X puts media editing PC in a tower barely bigger than a gaming console

MSI Creator P100X puts media editing PC in a tower barely bigger than a gaming console

Yes, putting together your desktop for multimedia editing isn't that difficult. You can even order individual parts and have them assembled from the store before shipping the whole. The MSI Creator P100X, however, justifies the purchase of a pre-configured desktop solely because of its compact size, which honestly makes it look more like a gaming console than a powerful desktop.
At just 15.9 x 14.7 x 5.2 inches (depth x height x width), it's much more compact than your traditional tower PC, allowing you to keep it close to your monitor without getting in the way. This means you don't have to rummage under your desk to get your USB cable into your desk, and it doesn't take up precious desk space for all the accessories you'll need throughout the day.
The MSI Creator P100X is a desktop PC designed for media editing, content creation and similar creative tasks, so there is ample processing power. It starts with a 3.7GHz Intel Core i9-10900K, a 20-thread 10-core processor, 20MB cache and 16 PCIe lanes paired with 32GB DDR4 RAM (expandable up to 64GB) GPU Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super and 3TB shared storage (1TB SSD and 2TB HDD with one SSD slot available). According to MSI, the PC should accelerate a range of multimedia tasks, from video rendering and virtual reality creation to content creation for 5K2K displays.
It has two HDMI outputs, three DisplayPort outputs and one DisplayPort 1.2 output, allowing you to install a large number of monitors in your workstation, provided your desk can accommodate that many screens at once. It's optimized for multitasking, the company says, so you can hopefully keep doing other things on your next monitor while that 4K video is rendering and consuming most of the processing power.
The compact size of MSI Creator P100X is achieved by installing components on both sides of the motherboard to maximize the space, just like it is done with laptops and other portable computing machines. Regardless, it can be upgraded as users are allowed to open both sides of the case with full access to GPU, CPU, RAM, and all hard drives. This means that you can easily install any new hardware that comes along in the next couple of years without having to purchase a completely new computer, beyond the ability to replace any major component that runs into any problems.
It has one USB Type-C slot and seven USB Type-A ports for installing all kinds of accessories, and dual-band MU-MIMO Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet allows you to connect to your home network. Other features include pre-installed Windows 10 Pro, 7.1-channel audio with Nahimic audio amplifier, 650W power supply, and MSI Creator Center software that allows you to control system performance according to your preferred workflow.
MSI Creator P100X is already available for $ 2,699.




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