If you like your system to glare aggressively at you, or are a fan of the Dead Space series then you should check out the review of MSI's latest Aegis system over at Kitguru. It may look huge at first glance but it stands a mere 433x376x169mm (17×14.8×6.7") so you might just be able to fit this on your desk. Inside is something a little unexpected, a 16GB Optane stick, which somehow doesn't fit with the i7-8700, GTX 1070 Ti and 16GB of DDR4-2400; especially as it MSI will not ship any with a GTX 1070 Ti, only a GTX 1060 or 1070. There is also the matter of the 40mm fan which cools the PSU.
If you like the look of the case, and are willing to spend a premium to get it; take a look at the review.
"I am of course talking about the aggressive, angular design of the machine – you will either love it or hate it. It does have some decent internal hardware, though, including an i7-8700, GTX 1070 Ti and support for Intel’s Optane technology. Is it any good?"
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