The compact Maingear Turbo gaming station features AMD's 16-core chip

The compact Maingear Turbo gaming station features AMD’s 16-core chip

Maingear introduced a new desktop computer for gamers: a compact station called Turbo is built on a third-generation AMD Ryzen processor.

The device is enclosed in a housing with dimensions of 312.42 × 365.76 × 170.18 mm. As a basis, you can use the motherboard ASUS ROG Strix X570-I Gaming or ASRock B550M-ITX / AC.

The maximum configuration includes the Ryzen 9 3950X chip. This product combines 16 cores with the ability to simultaneously process up to 32 instruction streams. The base clock frequency is 3.5 GHz, the maximum is 4.7 GHz.

The system can be equipped with 64 GB of DDR4-3600 RAM in a 2 × 32 GB configuration. It is allowed to install two fast solid-state M.2 NVMe SSD modules and one hard drive.

Maingear offers customers a wide selection of discrete graphics cards – up to AMD Radeon 5700XT with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory and NVIDIA GeForce Titan RTX with 24 GB of GDDR6 memory.

The game station is endowed with a liquid cooling system. A power supply unit with 80 PLUS Platinum certification is involved, providing power of 750 watts.

The price of a Maingear Turbo computer starts at $ 1,499. You can configure the new product for your own needs on this page.

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