MSI Mega 865 SFF PC Review

Posted: Aug 31 2004, 3:18am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:52pm CDT, in News | Technology News

MSI Mega 865 SFF PC Review
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DesignTechnica reviews the MSI Mega 865 multimedia PC in SFF format. (Compare Prices).

"The small form factor (SFF) market is picking up steam and many companies are jumping on the bandwagon. What was considered a niche product, the small form factor PC has now grown to appeal to gamers, media enthusiasts and office users. MSI sells a number of SFF systems under the Mega PC product line. The system in particular that we are reviewing today is the MSI Mega 865 which is geared towards media enthusiasts that are interested in adding DVR type capabilities into their system, although it makes a great gaming system as well. Featuring Intel’s 865G +ICH5 chipset, the MSI Mega 865 has the ability to be a very powerful and feature rich system – provided you use high-end performance components. The MSI Mega 865 has a starting price around $300, but its total cost depends on what type of components you use in the system."
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