Building a personal gaming computer is a rite of passage for any PC gamer, but sometimes it’s just easier to have someone else do all the work. The MSI Aegis 3 is one of these pre-built systems that has the hardware to satisfy any PC gamer’s needs, living and breathing inside an aggressively styled, small form-factor chassis that barely takes up any space.
If you’re looking to dive head-first into the glorious world of PC gaming, the Aegis 3 is a great place to start.
Price and availability
There are quite a few variations on the Aegis 3, with the one we tested coming in at $1,549 (£1,799, AU$2,999). That’s right in line with the $1,524 (£1,604, AU$2,599) Alienware Aurora and considerably cheaper than a comparably equipped $1,799 (£1,799 / AU$2,639) Corsair One as well.
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