MSI Upgrades Trident Compact Gaming Desktop with Kaby Lake Processors

MSI, manufacturer of true gaming hardware, brings Trident 3 to the market, based on the all new Intel Kaby Lake platform. Already having collected more than 20 media awards in the first weeks after launch, the MSI Trident is the pinnacle of small form factor, yet high performance PC gaming. Trident is characterized by an impressive console sized design that fits in any room, now upgraded with the Intel Kaby Lake chipset.

Furthermore under the hood, Trident 3 houses a customized GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING graphics card with performance levels far above its equally sized console counterparts. Whether it is in a VR environment or simply on the couch with friends, gamers are sure to enjoy smooth gameplay with the MSI Trident 3. The MSI Trident 3 is now available at official MSI resellers, starting at $899, depending on configurations.

Trident 3 features a customized MSI GeForce GTX1060 GAMING graphics card in ITX format, which overthrows any ITX reference card found in other small form factor PCs. Gamers can now enjoy the best in-game performance on a console sized PC.

Loaded with an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor combined with a GTX1060 graphics card, Trident 3 is ready to smoothly support the display of VR content on your VR device, such as the HTC Vive. MSI made it super easy to connect a VR headset by implementing VR Link, an HDMI-port on the front side of the system, supported by MSI’s One-click-to VR software that automatically sets the system in its optimal VR settings.

By individually cooling the most important heat-generating hardware in the system through separated chambers, MSI found a unique way to keep the system as cool and quiet as possible. At times when performance really matters, Trident 3 is up to the task and delivers powerful gameplay without bothering gamers with noisy fans or overheated hardware.

For those who like to add a little personal touch to their system, MSI Trident 3 features RGB Mystic Light. By using the Mystic Light App or MSI’s Gaming Center software, gamers can change the color and effects of the front LED lights on the system within an instant.