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MAINGEAR Potenza Review

MAINGEAR Potenza Review

It's time to take a peek at the MAINGEAR Potenza, a desktop gaming machine that's small enough to fit under your desk if you wish, or sit right up out in the open with its powerful innards hidden by a perfectly stripped-down black and red outer metal body made of anodized aluminum with a steel frame inside. The unit we've got here utilizes the fabulous GeForce GTX 660 Ti for graphics, cutting the cost of the final build while it keeps with the Kepler power NVIDIA is known for. The Potenza is a customized (and customizable) machine that places heavy emphasis on hand-constructed and quality-assured building from MAINGEAR's own highly-skilled staff of PC geniuses - and it shows.

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Maingear Nomad 17 gaming laptop debuts

Maingear Nomad 17 gaming laptop debuts

Maingear has been around for a long time making some interesting gaming notebooks and desktop computers. The company has announced its latest gaming notebook called the Nomad 17. The company promises that the new gaming notebook has top-of-the-line mobile hardware, including third-generation Intel Core i7 processors.

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MAINGEAR Solo 21 custom all-in-one PC gets sleek styling

MAINGEAR Solo 21 custom all-in-one PC gets sleek styling

The folks at Maingear have revealed their next generation all-in-one PC design with the MAINGEAR Solo 21, a beast that truly appears to be ready to take on the most beautifully designed exterior casing designs on the market. While the innards of a Maingear custom-built PC are certainly bound to be well put together, it's their exterior look that sets them aside from the competition - when you buy a Maingear computer, you buy an amazing looking machine just as much as you buy a powerful machine.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics hit MAINGEAR custom PCs

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics hit MAINGEAR custom PCs

This week the folks at MAINGEAR have let it be known that they're bringing on the NVIDIA Kepler excellence with the GeForce GTX Ti graphics solution to their line of custom built PCs. You'll be able to work NVIDIA GeForce architecture for fabulous graphics here with MAINGEAR without dropping tons of cash, both companies aims here being a "sweet spot" for affordability, performance, and power efficiency. In addition to the GeForce GTX 660 Ti coming to the MAINGEAR custom desktop lineup, the whole NVIDIA Kepler family will be joining the party as well - immediately if not soon!

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Maingear to offer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690

Maingear to offer NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690

NVIDIA announced the GeForce GTX 690 on Monday, a graphics card that houses two Kepler cores on one single card. It certainly looked very flashy, with lots of chromium-plated aluminium spread across the GPU in order to keep everything cool along with the card’s fan. It commands a pretty penny too: $999. So who’s the first company crazy enough to fit one of these cards into their system? Maingear, of course.

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Maingear Pulse 11 picks up where the M11x left off

Maingear Pulse 11 picks up where the M11x left off

The Alienware M11x will soon reach end of life, and although it was an interesting idea to try and pack as much power into a small footprint as possible, ultimately it didn’t gain much traction. That doesn’t seem to prevent others from walking down a similar path. Engadget has the details of the Maingear Pulse 11, an 11.6-inch gaming laptop that seeks to continue the small yet powerful legacy.

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Maingear teases Ivy Bridge upgrades galore

Maingear teases Ivy Bridge upgrades galore

Today there's a virtual torrent of 3rd Generation Intel Core news coming down, and the Ivy Bridge family has been tipped on everybody who's anybody in the computer manufacturing world - including Maingear! What we're seeing from this desktop making bunch is several teasers for their upcoming Ivy Bridge-toting computer including "all new smaller designs with 360 degree clean aesthetics." Always nice to hear from a desktop computer company.

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MAINGEAR Solo custom all-in-one revealed

MAINGEAR Solo custom all-in-one revealed

MAINGEAR has outed its latest custom PC, the Solo, a 21-inch all-in-one which promises to be the most flexible of its ilk. Fronted by a 1080p Full HD display - with an optional 10-point multitouch touchscreen - the Solo kicks off with a Core i3-2125 processor and 4GB of memory, but can be upgraded to a Core i7-2600S and 16GB of DDR3-1333. MAINGEAR also slots in 32GB of SSD caching memory as standard, to turn any regular HDD into a hybrid drive for up to 8x the performance, supposedly.

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