NVIDIA has just released the GeForce GTX Titan, its long awaited high performing graphics card. And it comes as no surprise that Maingear has also released three new gaming PCs, the F131, SHIFT and Potenza, that will be integrated with the GTX Titan. The graphics card is named after the supercomputer and packs quite a punch with an interface of 384, 2,688 CUDA cores and 6GB of GDDR5 RAM.
Any of Maingear’s three new gaming PCs can be configured with up to three GTX Titan cards but of the three, only the Potenza uses a single-card. The F131 can have 1-2 cards while the Shift can carry 2-3 GTX Titan configurations. But whatever PC configuration the gamer chooses, all three have a motherboard that can be rotated to 90 degrees, making it easier to release hot air for more efficient cooling. They all carry AMD or Intel processors, SATA 6G, 64GB RAM, dual-link DVI, HDMI, a USB 3.0 port and 1.2 Display Port connectors.
These are exciting times for hard-core gamers who’ll undoubtedly want to get their hands on Maingear’s new offerings when it becomes available on February 21. Maingear is so far keeping quiet on how much one gaming system will cost, but it won’t come cheap. Some insiders have pegged the company’s Shift PC at around $5,000, which some would consider a worthy investment for a system that can easily handle the biggest games of the year.