One of these things is not like the other.
Yes, you read that right, the Vortex G65 is in every way more powerful than the Mac Pro. It has an Intel Core i7-6700K, dual Nvidia GTX980 cards with 8GB DDR5, 16GB DDR5 RAM, it's easy to upgrade, it weighs less than the Mac Pro, it has a low spin cycle setting and has trivection technology, sorry, and it employs the same cooling technology that was first introduced in the Mac. Every good artist steals right?
Yeah, getting in there isn't going to be easy.
Woah, that's not pretty. But you can hook up to six monitors on this bad boy and it's VR ready for whenever the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive decide to come to Malaysia. It also supports 4K gaming plus 4K media viewing so you can use it as an all-in-on entertainment centre... We're finding it hard to think of other things normal people would use it for... but chances are, if you don't know what you're going to do with all this raw power, this isn't the PC for you.
Yes, we took this photo with a potato. Yes, that's 6 monitors running from one PC.
All right, put your home loans and car mortgages on hold because to live in the new world you will have to fork out a hefty RM18,999. That's more expensive than the Mac Pro, but as we mentioned earlier, it's more powerful. Plus, Windows 10 is where all the games are any way, so take stock of your priorities and choose if you want a pretty looking Mac or a bad-ass LED flashing Windows PC. Just in case you were wondering, here's what the Mac Pro looks like on the inside:
So pretty. Image: Macworld
For more information on the Vortex, head to MSI's page here. The Vortex was launched in Malaysia for South East Asian markets this afternoon and you'll be seeing more of MSI on the interwebs soon.