Maingear has pulled the wraps off a new all-in-one PC called the Alpha 34 that is made specifically for gamers who want an AIO computer, but also want the high-end gaming hardware that modern games demand. The machine has a massive 34-inch curved display that supports resolution up to 3840 x 1440.
Along with that massive screen come available full size gaming and workstation graphics cards. The machine can be fitted with up to an 8-core Intel Extreme Edition processor or 18-core Intel Xeon processors. The CPU is cooled via a closed loop maintenance-free liquid cooling system that is quiet and reliable.
The webcam for the AIO is an Intel upgradable unit that plugs into a port on top of the display for easy upgrading down the road. Maingear offers a Redline overclocking service that will overclock the processor and graphics for you right out of the box.
Graphics can be up to NVIDIA 980Ti, Titan X, or AMD Radeon R9 390X. The CPU is mated with 32GB of Kingston DDR4 RAM and a Samsung 950 Pro M.2 NVME SSD. Pricing for the AIO starts at $1999 and you can count on the price going up significantly depending on the options that you add to the machine. Enthusiast gaming configurations start at $2699 with professional versions with Xenon starting at $2799.