This week the folks behind the custom-constructed gaming PC collection known as Maingear have announced they’re rolling with Intel’s newest hardware. Working with Intel’s new 8-Core Extreme Processor in their lineup, they’ll be releasing their hardware to the public as soon as possible.
The team at Maingear have thrown in their lot with the BATTLEBOX collection as teased for highest-end specs earlier this year. The Maingear BATTLEBOX Titan Z PC collection includes the Maingear F131, Vybe, and SHIFT, making their entire highest-end casing set ready for the biggest name games of the summer and well beyond.
This week one of the most prolific makers of custom gaming PCs, Maingear, has let loose the Spark. This device weighs less than a pound and is 2.34 inches tall, 4.23 inches deep, and 4.5 inches wide. That’s a palm-sized high-powered PC.
A new svelte laptop for gamers is available from Maingear, and with it comes Intel and NVIDIA hardware under the hood. This is a smaller, more powerful version of the Maingear Pulse 17 system we saw introduced last November, which featured similar hardware and the same gamer-centric focus.
Maingear, maker of the Pulse 11 we reported on last year, is back with its latest machine, this one boasting the special designation of world's thinnest 17-inch gaming laptop. This machine packs many of the trimmings you'd expect from a gaming laptop, and clocks in with a weight of less than 6-pounds, something that makes it stand out among many gaming laptops in the same range.
In what's essentially a very, very early build of Star Citizen here at NVIDIA's Montreal 2013 event, we've gotten the opportunity to get up-close and hands-on with the likes of 4K output. This game isn't out on the market yet - it's still rolling in funding cash, in fact, having just reached a $23 million dollar point this week. We've found this game rolling out on a massively powerful dual-card (NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titans, as it were) gaming build from Maingear - the same we saw yesterday kicking out the jams with Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. Here we're also seeing some fabulous NVIDIA-pushed next-generation development taking full effect as well.
Always aiming to be the best of the best in gaming, NVIDIA has revealed their intentions for the upcoming holiday season with a set of tower builds going by the name GeForce GTX Battlebox. Several manufacturers of custom-made gaming PCs are onboard, including Falcon Northwest, Digital Storm, Maingear, and Origin. Each monster build in the GTX Battlebox program represents a new generation in gaming machines aimed directly at what NVIDIA describes as "this Holiday’s AAA, combat-focused games", made to play these games "at super high resolutions, at high settings and [with] every NVIDIA-exclusive feature enabled."
The team at MAINGEAR have this week let it be known that they'll be offering 4th generation Intel Core i7 "Haswell" processors in both desktop and laptop machines. Bringing this technology to the SHIFT, F1131, Potenza, and Vybe on the desktop end of the spectrum and the Nomad 15 and Nomad 17 in laptops, MAINGEAR is making it clear that they intend to remain on the cutting edge in custom gaming rigs. Intel's 4th generation Core "Haswell" processors will be appearing first on the 4th of this month at Computex.
Maingear has announced that it is now offering the world's fastest video card inside select M a aingear gaming computers. The video card in question is the new AMD Radeon HD 7990 unveiled earlier this week. This is a seriously impressive, and very large video card requiring three slots inside your computer.
Maingear is a company that builds a wide number of different computers with many of them specifically aimed at gamers. The company has announced that it is now offering one of its gaming PCs in Microsoft stores around the country. The gaming PC is called the Maingear Potenza Super Sport Gaming PC.