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MSI’s Infinite X2 PC Bends the RTX 4090 Power Cable for You

MSI has launched a powerful new prebuilt desktop gaming PC.new MSI MPG Infinite X2 It’s packed with the latest technology from Intel and Nvidia and utilizes MSI’s Silent Storm Cooling 2 for a modest build size. Specifically, the system packs an Intel Core i9-13900K processor, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090, and a 240mm AIO liquid cooler in a stylish 215 x 429.6 x 489.6mm (45 liter) chassis.

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With connector gating and 16-pin issues getting a lot of attention today for anyone wanting to buy Nvidia’s latest and greatest graphics card, some die-hards plug in their shiny new GeForce RTX 4090. I’m scared of Unfortunately, Nvidia has yet to draw the line. No issues reported yet. There are some expert reports on this topic, but no definitive guidance. Perhaps his prebuilt RTX 4090 PC might be a good choice for these folks. Let’s take a closer look at what the MPG Infinite X2 Gaming PC has to offer.

MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X

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We can’t argue with the power of the largest component a buyer can configure. At least for the processor, a 240mm AIO liquid cooler in the top configuration keeps things cool. GPU cooling isn’t specifically mentioned, so we have to assume MSI is outfitted with one of the air cooling options (Suprim or Gaming X).

MSI also designed the case with a standard exhaust fan and split the layout with separate chambers for hot components. This is the setup for “Silent Storm Cooling 2”. If you need to add or remove fans, coolers, or other components for your upgrade, MSI says it’s easy thanks to tempered glass side panels that are attached with thumbscrews.

MSI Infinite X2 Gaming PC

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As we said at the beginning, the case is fairly compact for a case with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card. That 215 width is particularly modest, so hopefully these systems have undergone some thorough run-and-burn-in testing to make sure the 16-pin power connector fits comfortably and doesn’t overheat. I’m here.

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