In a move to make its desktops more palatable to the masses, Maingear is bringing AMD’s integrated A-Series APUs to its F131 tower and X-Cube desktop PCs. Upon learning the news, we took a peek at the manufacturer’s website and found a customizable X-Cube available with a $649 starting price, which compares favorably to its $939 Intel counterpart. Unfortunately, the company has yet to update its website with AMD customization options for the F131. Regardless, we’re told that shoppers can expect to find both standard and Black Edition options for AMD’s chips, the latter which should appeal to overclockers. To scope out the company’s latest gear, just hit up the source link below.
Maingear has this week launched a new addition to its powerful range of gaming notebooks, in the form of the Maingear Nomad 17 Custom gaming laptop, which has been created to run even the most intensive and power hungry games.
The new Maingear Nomad 17 gaming laptop features support for 3rd generation Intel quad-core processors up to 3.8GHz, supported by up to a massive 32GB of DDR3-1600MHz RAM.
Together with graphics provided by NVIDIA GTX 600 series cards, with options for NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 675M, upgradeable to the GeForce GTX680M if desired.
Onboard storage for the powerful system is provided by full size SSD and RAID 0 and 1 arrays, together with a solid state disk (SSD) caching option for faster load times and more intensive hard disk tasks.
The NOMAD 17 is a thing of beauty,” said Wallace Santos, CEO and founder of MAINGEAR. “With a custom automotive paint job and performance parts, this roadster of a machine is quite a work of art, technologically and aesthetically. Quite simply, it is the finest gaming laptop we have ever offered.”
Pricing for the new Maingear Nomad 17 gaming laptop starts at $1599, other features of the powerful gaming laptop include: USB 3.0, 2.0, eSATA, Bluetooth, Ethernet, 802.11n, HDMI, and VGA out ports.
· Processor: Up to 3rd generation Intel® i7-3840QM
· Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 675M or 680M
· Display: 17.3″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 – (1080p) (16:9 Aspect Ratio) Anti-glare LED Backlit Matte Finish
· Memory: Up to 32GB Dual Channel DDR5 – 1600Mhz
· Optical Drive: Up to 2X Blu-ray reader/8x Multi Combo (BD-R, DVD+-RW, CD-RW)
· Hard Drive: Up to dual 512GB Solid State Drive or dual 750GB 7200RPM SATA 2.5
· Network Adapter: Integrated 802.11n b/g/n wireless
· Audio: THX TruStudio Pro Integrated High-Definition Audio HD Audio with speakers by DynAudio
· Media Card Reader: Built in 4-in-1 Media Card Reader
· Operating System: Genuine Windows® 7 Home, Professional or Ultimate 64-Bit
· Battery: Removable Li-Polymer Lithium-Ion
· I/O Ports: 1 HDMI out, 1 DVI-I out, 2 USB 2.0, 3 USB 3.0, 1 IEEE-1394 Fire Wire,
1 S/PDIF out, 1 RJ-45 LAN, 1 RJ-11
· Dimensions: (W)16.85″ x (H)2.17″ x (D)11.34″
Source: Hot Hardware
Back in March, Maingear entered the world of the all-in-one PC with the utilitarian Solo 21. Even though the unit is now only five months old, it’s being replaced with a model that’s more attractive, more functional and that carries a lower price. We’re most excited that the redesigned Solo 21 is now fully upgradable — and yes, this includes the Mini-ITX motherboard itself. Available from $899 on up, the baseline configuration includes a 3.3GHz Intel Core i3 2125 CPU (Ivy Bridge), 4GB of RAM, 500GB of storage, a DVD burner, Bluetooth, WiFi and Windows 7 Home Premium. The Solo 21 also supports mSATA SSD storage and can also be outfitted with Blu-ray in place of the standard DVD configuration. You’ll also find it supports the VESA mount, should you decide to throw the PC on your wall. If you’d like to become a bit better acquainted with Maingear’s latest refresh, you’ll find the full PR after the break.
Maingear annuncia il nuovo EPIC X2, un dissipatore a liquido in grado di dissipare il calore di due GPU contemporanamente; il cooler supporta la GeForce GTX590 (aka EPIC 590 X2), GeForce GTX580 in SLI (EPIC 580 X2) e a breve per la Radeon HD6990 (aka EPIC 6990 X2). Il Maingear EPIC è più performante delle soluzioni di dissipazione tradizionali delle schede video e presenta inoltre un design completamente aggiornabile dall’utente senza dover rivoluzionare tutto l’impianto.
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It’s been a while since we last laid eyes on Maingear’s fine looking Clutch-15, and while it’s still rocking that sexy exterior, the latest iteration has a little surprise for you under the hood. With the recent addition of NVIDIA’s graphics switching Optimus technology, this portable’s bringing the juice — battery juice, that is. Aside from that, things look mostly the same, inside and out; you’ve still got your pick of Intel Core i3 or i5 CPUs, a 750GB HDD or 512GB SSD, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, and the same (still disappointing) WXGA display. This go ’round, however, the dedicated graphics have been bumped up a touch with NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 525M GPU (1GB). If automated graphics switching is your thing, you can get your custom laptop on at the source link starting at $1,030. Full PR after the break.