The HMI 2.0 screen, or Human Machine Interface, is a dashboard that first appeared on MSI’s gaming monitors last year. So what does the Trident X2 do? According to MSI, it “provides greater convenience for users and more efficient workflows.” It’s an interesting explanation, given that the Trident X2 is first and foremost a gaming powerhouse.
However, it does not lose its advantages for gamers. The HMI 2.0 touchscreen provides system monitoring control and MSI negates the need to use third-party software for such things. It also provides one-touch access to various controls such as volume adjustment, and launches games quickly.
“The Quick Launch feature allows you to apply the games you play most often to your touch panel. In addition, the MSI Game Mode feature maximizes performance, enables a better display, enables audio enhancement with Nahimic, and enables RGB lighting. By synchronizing, we optimize the games we play.One touch brings the game to life,” said MSI.
MSI also touts that HMI 2.0 can provide a “unique gaming experience” when used in conjunction with gaming monitors. This allows the player to control her frames per second of the game and the activation of game modes (lighting, sound effects, etc.).
“MSI gaming monitors can be controlled and brightness adjusted via HMI 2.0 features such as Smart Crosshair, Optix Scope, Night Vision, avoiding the inconvenience of using a 5-way joystick navigator or pop-up OSD You can also do that,” said MSI. .
All this with a 1,000W 80 Plus Gold PSU. And to keep things cool, MSI uses his 280mm all-in-one liquid cooler and his three-chamber design, which MSI claims is 13% more efficient than traditional setups.