Maingear has launched a new range of PCs, called the Maingear Shift, which they call the ‘personal supercomputer that redefines computing performance, design and support’.
The Maingear SHIFT harnesses the power of graphics processing units (GPU) and is designed to speed up everyday tasks like video and photo editing.
“The SHIFT bucks the trend of plastic, bloated, commodity PCs. It’s a statement of our commitment to performance, reliability, and support.” said Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR. “Featuring vertical airflow, all the cooling necessary for today’s high performance, and backed by the best technical support team in the business, MAINGEAR is committed to maintaining our lead in the market. The SHIFT Personal Supercomputer is positioned to take advantage of all the next generation technology in GPGPU computing to greatly enhance the customer experience.”
The Maingear SHIFT features a aluminum case, with a steel skeleton, it features advanced cooling with a unique approach to bottom and top airflow and liquid cooling.
There are two models in the range which will be available from today, the SHIFT Intel P55, which somes with an Intel Core I7 800 series processor, Intel Kingsberg P55 Extreme Series motherboard,ATI Radon or NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, the choice of up to 6 hard drives, or 12 SSDs, and either a Blu-ray or DVD burner.
The other model available is the SHIFT Intel X58 which comes with aqn Intel Core i7 900 series processor, the choice of either ATI Radeon HD and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, an EVGA X58 SLI Classified motherboard, up to 24GB of DDR3 RAM, the choice of up to 6 hard drives, or 12 SSDs, and either a Blu-ray or DVD burner..
The SHIFT Intel P55 starts at $2,199 whilst the SHIFT Intel X58 starts at $2,599, both models come with Windows 7.
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