MSI Introduces Aegis Barebones PC Sans Motherboard

Posted by at 3:21 pm on April 22, 2016


MSI launched a brand-new barebones PC called the Aegis. The new case is designed from the ground up to offer ample space for full-sized GPUs and motherboards with easy access to upgradable components in a compact package.

“Barebones” usually implies that there is some kind of base platform onboard the device. However, MSI does not include any of the staple components you would see in a barebones system, such as the motherboard. In the case of the Aegis, the barebones system is simply the unique case and a cooling system called Silent Storm Cooling 2.


This method of heat dissipation was first seen in the Vortex, and MSI has refined the concept for its new barebones PC. Silent Storm Cooling 2 produces three different airflow streams in the chassis, individually cooling the PSU, GPU and CPU. The Aegis also features Mystic Light RGB LED lights, giving the new barebones system the added aesthetic bonus of customizable lighting.

The Aegis can house two 3.5-inch drives in addition to a 2.5-inch drive. The slots are easily accessible from the outside of the case, so you don’t need to open a panel to remove or replace your storage. It even has a built-in handle for easy transportation.

There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.



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