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MAINGEAR Launches The RUSH Tempered Glass Gaming Desktop

I've said this on numerous occasions that MAINGEAR by far manufactures the best gaming desktops on the planet and I'm sure most will agree with me. Their latest creation is the new RUSH gaming PC,like all the other MAINGEAR gaming PC's they bring uniqueness to there design with a great collection of hardware installed.

In the case of the RUSH gaming PC its unique feature is the overall exterior that includes 4mm thick brushed aluminum and server-grade steel within its chassis. Aside from its impeccable hardware which we will get to in a moment,by far the best feature on the RUSH is its striking 5mm thick,tinted tempered glass panel placed on both sides of the PC case. On a side note, each PC made my MAINGEAR is crafted and assembled separately at their facility,meaning the PC is not going through a lame assembly line. Master craftsmanship at its finest.

The hardware within the RUSH definitely coincides with its impressive design. The base system hardware is a absolute beast,starting with an MSI Z170 PC Mate motherboard, 3.5GHz Intel Core i5 6600k processor with MAINGEAR's own Epic 120 Supercooler, 8GB Hyper X Fury DDR4-2666 memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 GPU, 750W EVGA SuperNova 80 Plus Certified power supply, a 250GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD, 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDD. This will cost you $1,999.

For the top tier expensive system,it will run you $5,739, for that price you get a Superstock X99, this features an ASUS X99-A motherboard, 3.3 GHz Intel Core 5820K processor, 16GB HyperX Fury DDR4 2666 memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 GPU, 1200 Watt Corsair Professional Digital Series AX1200i power supply, 250GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD. Future purchasers have the option to configure up to three GeFroce GTX TiTan X or a Radeon r9 Fury X graphic cards, six drive bays, NVMe SSD's and up to 64GB of memory.

Want the MainGear Gaming RUSH? Order it now on their website.


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