MSI Aegis RS Gaming PC Review—What You Need to Know
MSI is a world-renowned manufacturer of high-quality gaming computers. MSI's exclusive designs and quality components are what make its products stand out from the competition. They offer a wide range of models to suit players' diverse needs and budgets, with high-end offerings for gamers that demand the very best. MSI has a great reputation for graphics cards, peripherals, gaming laptops, and its flagship Aegis RS desktop computers is no exception. This is by far one of the best pre-builds out there especially with the price of GPUs still inflated.
Specs of the MSI Desktop Computer: Aegis RS Gaming PC
The Aegis RS MSI desktop computer is a beast with an impressive spec sheet. If you're looking for a desktop computer that can handle anything you throw at it, the Aegis RS MSI may be the one. It has options from a core i5 to a i9, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics, 16GB to 32GB of RAM, generous case fan cooling, liquid cooling, and much more.
- Intel i5 to i9 processor
- 12GB to 32GB DDR4 Ram
- 1TB NVMe SSD
- Windows 11
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series
- Cooling: CPU Air cooler, 120mm CoreLiquid CPU liquid cooler, or240mm Dragon CPU liquid cooler
- Fans: Four system RGB cooling fans
- Built-in RGB lighting, with a MSI LED Button
- Wi-Fi 6e capable
- Included Gaming MSI Mouse and Keyboard
During our testing, the i7 version of the PC ran super cool and played almost all games on max settings 1080p with no issues. .Another thing that impressed us is that while it’s designed for gaming, the system ran relatively quiet. If you're really into liquid cooling, the i9 is the version to get with it's built-in 120mm Dragon CPU liquid cooler to keep your games running smooth on high settings and especially in 4k.
Conclusion & Final Thoughts on the MSI Aegis RX Gaming Desktop Computer
The i5 version is a great bang for your buck and has a solid set of specifications that will play most games perfectly on normal to high settings with some tweaks. You definitely have a lot of room in the case to play around with upgrades in the future as well. The RTX 30 series GPUs are still very hard to come by and very worth it already. If these computers are in your price range for building a computer, then this might be better to start off with just for the graphics card.