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MSI unveils new creator desktop PCs with 10th-generation Intel processors

MSI has unveiled a couple of new product lines aimed at creative professionals, including desktop PCs with the Creator P100 series, and monitors with the Creator PS321 series.

The Creator P100 series includes both the Creator P100X and Creator P100A, and they feature top-of-the-line specs in a chassis that's not as flashy as the company's gaming products. The PCs come with 10th-generation Intel Core processors, up to an Intel Core i9-10900K, and graphics up to Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. The desktops feature a Thunderbolt 3 port, in addition to a couple of USB 3.1 Type-A ports.

MSI didn't reveal a ton of information about the products, but the Creator P100X is already listed on its website, shedding light on all of its specs. In the UK, storage configurations go up to 4TB of HDD storage and a 1TB SSD, while RAM maxes out at 64GB depending on the model. On the U.S. website, the only configuration available has a Core i9-10900K, a GeForce RTX 2080 Super, a 1TB SSD and a 2TB HDD for storage, and 32GB of RAM.

MSI also announced the Creator PS321 series of monitors, which feature a design inspired by art pieces such as Vitruvian Man and The Harlequin's Carnival. In terms of specs, the monitors can be used in either 4K resolution at 60Hz or QHD resolution at 165HZ, and they cover 99% of the Adobe RGB color space with a Delta-E lower than 2. They also sport up to 600 nits of brightness.

MSI didn't say when the products would be available, and only the Creator P100X is available on its website. The aforementioned U.S. configuration is available for pre-order for a base price of $2,699.

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