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Friday, 09 May 2008 10:10

MSI rolls out its Titan 700 mini-ITX desktop

Written by Fudzilla staff

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It's tiny, but it ain't cute

 

MSI has announced its lilliputian Titan 700 desktop, a midget mini-ITX desktop powered by VIA's CN700 CPU.

It comes with a slim DVD, 120GB of SATA storage and it's powered by a 60W external PSU. It should be very quiet, 20dBA idle and under 35dBA under load.

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Unfortunately, in spite of its compact dimensions (185x240x70mm), the Titan looks anything but elegant. In fact, it looks like something a drunken Bosnian lumberjack with PTSD would hack out of a stump of wood using just a rather dull axe.

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