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The Falcon Northwest is Indeed a Beast, Here's Why

The Falcon Northwest is Indeed a Beast, Here's Why

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While scouring the world wide web, I came across what I consider to be the most impressive system I've seen to date, the Falcon Northwest Tiki gaming PC. It has everything I'm looking for in an impeccably built system that has a Great chassis design infused with impressive hardware as expected.


First off, about the design, the Tiki gaming PC is what I would consider being a compact mid-tower PC that crams heavy-duty components which we'll get into in the next paragraph. What's eye-catching is the custom paint job you can have placed on the tower upon request. You have an array of color and design to choose from on their website.

The Tiki gaming rig does not disappoint when it comes down to specs. For starters, the machine supports the Intel Core 7th and 9th generation Core series processors that includes Skylake-X and Coffee Lake; you can also go with AMD Ryzen processor. Chipset support is the Intel X299, Z390, and AMD X470. When it comes to memory, you have of course DDR4- up to 32GB on the Z390 and X470 chipsets, up to 64GB on the X299 chipsets. Two 2.5"SSD in the internal drive bays and One 3.5" which can support 2 SSD's or one whole hard drive. Even better, the system does support PCIe storage, up to three M.2 PCIe x4 with NVMe support. Interestingly, there are no multiple graphics cards in this system.

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Speaking of which, consumers have a choice to go with NVIDIA GeForce and Quadro or AMD Radeon. As I'm writing this post, in reading the Falcon Northwest website, they do not mention whether or not if the gaming PC will include the latest GeForce GTX 1660 series graphics card.

Much like most if not all of the Falcon Northwest branded gaming systems, when it comes to hardware, you have a choice as to which component you want to include into your rig. Even Spec it out to the very high-end. Depending on which particular chipset you want to go with the start price for the Z3890 chipset PC is $2,500. But by the time you customize your hardware if you so choose, the price will certainly climb. Then it gets even more expensive if you decide to go with Z390-QuickShip and X299 chipset which will run you well over $4,000.

I know, pricing is rather steep, but if you want high quality when it comes to gaming systems, you'll have to lay down the cash. Falcon Northwest is reputable INC that customize some excellent systems. The Tiki a gaming PC should be on your shopping if you're in the hunt for a high-end system and don't mind pealing the Benjamin's.


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