Maingear NVIDIA BATTLEBOX line brings major gaming heat for top dollar

Chris Burns - Aug 12, 2014
Maingear NVIDIA BATTLEBOX line brings major gaming heat for top dollar

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.

Each Battlebox PC comes with NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z processing power. That’s the biggest and the best, rolling with 5,760 cores and 12GB of memory. Titan Z works with dual GPU action and is prepared for even the strangest multi-monitor display setup you can throw at it.


Requirements for official NVIDIA BATTLEBOX status include a minimum of GeForce GTX 780 GPUs in 2 and 3-Way SLI configurations, overclocked Intel Haswell i5 or i7 CPUs, DDR3 RAM, advanced cooling systems and the newest in new high-speed SSDs. We first heard about this line of beasts back on October 1st, 2013. They’ll be released here slightly less than a year later.


You’ll be able to check the Vybe setups starting at $2,999, the F131 starting at $3,898, and the SHIFT starting at $3,499. You can add-on a 28-inch 4K monitor with the package for a whopping $3,898 or $4,198 depending on your build as well – or head back to some lesser brands for quite a bit cheaper prices.

Digital Storm, Falcon Northwest, and CyberPowerPC all have Battleboxes of their own at this point as well – have at em all!

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