Open PCI Slot for wireless VR Trident 3

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sean.oqion

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Is there an open PCI slot for a Vive wireless PCI card on the Trident 3?
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No, there is no possibility to install an add-on card.
 
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Hii sean.oqion,
This will work well with you, give it a try.
So indeed, a warm greeting to single, hitched, and all different gerbils the same, since I'm back again with another smaller than usual gaming PC to survey. This time around, I have MSI's Trident 3 little structure factor work area. This is the littlest of MSI's gaming PCs, the others being the Nightblade and the Aegis. MSI calls it "reassure measured," and at simply 13.63″ long by 9.15″ profound by 2.83″ tall (34.6 x 23.2 x 7.2 cm), the machine is practically a similar size and weight as a PlayStation 4 Pro. Notwithstanding its little measurements, in any case, it houses a full-fueled work area gaming PC controlled by Intel's four-center, eight-string Core i7-7700 and a work area GTX 1060 6GB illustrations card.

Presently, this machine is a reasonable piece bigger than the Zotac Zbox Magnus EN1070 I inspected two or three months prior. Actually, it possesses over double the volume: 5.8L, versus the 2.6L of the Zotac. With the EN1070, I was dazzled by the machine's illustrations ability however left needing more from that machine's low-power CPU. MSI settled the CPU power issue with the Trident 3's 65W chip, however this bigger PC exchanges the versatile GTX 1070 for a to some degree less ground-breaking GTX 1060 6GB. Regardless of whether that exchange was a decent one to cause will to be a key topic in our examinations.
Regards,
Mika Hawkins
 

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Hii sean.oqion,
This will work well with you, give it a try.
So indeed, a warm greeting to single, hitched, and all different gerbils the same, since I'm back again with another smaller than usual gaming PC to survey. This time around, I have MSI's Trident 3 little structure factor work area. This is the littlest of MSI's gaming PCs, the others being the Nightblade and the Aegis. MSI calls it "reassure measured," and at simply 13.63″ long by 9.15″ profound by 2.83″ tall (34.6 x 23.2 x 7.2 cm), the machine is practically a similar size and weight as a PlayStation 4 Pro. Notwithstanding its little measurements, in any case, it houses a full-fueled work area gaming PC controlled by Intel's four-center, eight-string Core i7-7700 and a work area GTX 1060 6GB illustrations card.

Presently, this machine is a reasonable piece bigger than the Zotac Zbox Magnus EN1070 I inspected two or three months prior. Actually, it possesses over double the volume: 5.8L, versus the 2.6L of the Zotac. With the EN1070, I was dazzled by the machine's illustrations ability however left needing more from that machine's low-power CPU. MSI settled the CPU power issue with the Trident 3's 65W chip, however this bigger PC exchanges the versatile GTX 1070 for a to some degree less ground-breaking GTX 1060 6GB. Regardless of whether that exchange was a decent one to cause will to be a key topic in our examinations.
Regards,
Mika Hawkins
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