Vircator high power microwave sources are simple, robust, and require no external magnetic field, making them desirable for use in practical compact high power microwave systems. A vircator can be driven directly from the output of a low-impedance Marx generator, eliminating the need for bulky intermediate energy storage components. A compact high power microwave system has been constructed and tested at Texas Tech University utilizing a triode geometry vircator and a compact Marx Generator. The size and performance of this system is compared to a similar system previously developed at Texas Tech. The current triode vircator is housed within a six inch diameter tube which is eleven inches in length. The Marx is contained in an oil tank that is 36 inches long x 12 inches wide x 18 inches tall. Diode voltage and current, and radiated microwave waveforms are presented.