File-It-Under: Compact gaming rigs By: D.F.Skin
I just love small form factor PC's,especially what you see created by some pretty known computer manufacturers,or ones you see posted on the Internet by system builders. To be able to cram heavy duty top notch hardware into a compact chassis is very impressive to say the least. To see a small factor gaming PC outfitted with the best of the best in hardware and include liquid cooling is rather insane,it almost seems impossible,but that is what you get with MainGear's new Epic Torq small factor liquid cooled PC.
MainGear are a known computer manufacturer who's specialty is creating some pretty nifty,well designed gaming machines that levels on the high-end scale with some of the most impressive name brand hardware that housed inside their systems. With the new Epic Torq gaming PC you have the best of the best in hardware cooled by a closed-loop liquid cooling setup.
That hardware though? Is a beast,it running with an Intel Core i7-4790 a measured clock speed at 4.4 GHz, overclcoked up to 5 GHz, with either a NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z (12GB GDDR5) or a AMD Radeon (8GB GDDR5) graphic card.
The Epic Torq small factor PC supports up to 16GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum edition DDR3-2133 (2x8GB) memory, up to three internal storage drives (up to 1TB SSD and 4 TB HDD), it has an onboard Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11ac WiFi connection,Bletooth 4.0.The ports includes a HDMI,DisplayPort, 4 USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, eSATA, S/PDIF out, and three standard audio ports.
Aside from the liquid cooled hardware,the system has more than enough fans to go around,it includes a 240mm radiator fan,a dual 120mm side fans and a 180mm from intake fan.
This well design,well crafted rig will run you $1,500 includes a with a lifetime labor and phone support with a three-hardware warranty.
Credit Source: MainGear