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The MainGear Rush IofONE Gaming PC The Refreshment Coca-Cola Theme Have a Coke and a Smile

One of the wonderful things about building computers is not what components you can include inside, but its what you can do externally in terms of PC chassis, which in the world of PC building we call it modding, that's when you can design your own PC case how you see fit. Now I've seen some crazy themed gaming PC's throughout my entire technology life span. I've seen Star Wars themes where the PC was an actual replica of the Death Star and then there was the time I seen a PC's taking on a Porsche race car theme that was posted on the Internet, whatever the mind can dream up, turn it into a PC.


What we have here from MainGear is something I've never seen before, a Coca-Cola vending machine theme gaming PC. MainGear, the guys who make some of the best gaming desktop PC's on the planet have recently just announced its partnership with Cocoa-Cola, as  a result of this partnership we have the Rush 1ONE Coke eSport custom gaming PC.

In full description, on the outside of the case is decked out in iconic red color brilliantly painted by MainGear using automotive paint quality which is their signature. There's an actual soft drink company logo on the very front and center of the PC, you see it? Already blown away by the PC because its, well insane looking includes an fully functional coolant reservoir replicating a Coke bottle incorporating the company's signature markings, pure genius I say.

You'll find inside a customize Crystal Hardline water cooling and reconfigured layout that mounts the graphics cards parallel to the motherboard.

But what's the point of talking about any MainGear gaming PC without including hardware specs into the conversation, the Rush 1One Coke eSport has that hardware, impeccable hardware that is, starting with a deca-core (deca meaning it has more that 8-cores in the processor) Inetl i7-6950X processor, an EVGA X99 Micro 2 motherboard, two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards in SLI formation, 16GB of Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4-2666 RAM, and finally with storage we have 512GB Samsung 950 Pro NVMe SSD.

Now I would include the quotes from the company CEO's and suits, but I'm not. Just take a deep breath and admire the PC's beauty, imagine it being placed under your desk.


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