Friday, December 7th 2012

Gaming PC Releases 4.6 GHz Windows 8 Gaming Rig Codename "The Beast"

Gaming PC, a leading company providing high quality customized gaming computers, announces the debut of their newest type of gaming computer, "The Beast" equipped with the latest Windows 8 operating system and an Intel Core i7 3930k Six Core overclocked at 4.6 GHz.

"The Beast was built with advanced and modernized services to ensure an amazing gaming experience for its users," said owner of Gaming PC. Game fanatics can be entertained more with its high performance machine, latest operating system and the fastest hardware ever.


Gaming PC features computer parts put together to create "The Beast". Essentially, a Motherboard Asus Rampage IV Extreme and a memory G.Skills Ripjaws X 64 GB. Additionally, it has a 2 X Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 4 GB Dual GPU SLI Video Card and a Primary Hard Drive which is Intel 520 series 240 GB 2.5IN Solid State Drive. For additional storage, it features a secondary hard drive of Western Digital hard drive 2 terabytes black. "Indeed, game enthusiast will have hours of fun and entertainment with the The Beast".
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39 Comments on Gaming PC Releases 4.6 GHz Windows 8 Gaming Rig Codename "The Beast"

#1
Ghost
Enthusiast would rather have hours of fun building his own PC :cool:
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#3
Novulux
The grammar mistakes are painful, I can't help laughing when reading this.
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#4
jigar2speed
by: Novulux
The grammar mistakes are painful, I can't help laughing when reading this.
I love grammar Nazis... /Sarcasm.
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#5
NC37
by: Ghost
Enthusiast would rather have hours of fun building his own PC :cool:
That and...would they actually use Windows 8? :laugh:
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#6
Fourstaff
by: NC37
That and...would they actually use Windows 8? :laugh:
Windows 8 is a bit more efficient than Win7, I would go that route if I am planning for the ultimate rig.
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#7
Nortrop
Five and a half thousand dollars for a PC in a 100 dollar ugly-ass case. Don't they have any decency?
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#8
hellrazor
Look at it's cute little feet!
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#9
manofthem
Wow, only $5,500 and you'll be able to play on 50" LCDs? I'm sold! :p
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#10
EarthDog
LOL 2 690's for single monitor gaming... 64GB of ram for gaming... Ooof.

You can make a "beast" with 16GB (or 8) of ram and a single 7970/680 (or even 7950/670). BYO!
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#12
3870x2
$5484.30, about the price of an entry level Apple product, not bad.
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#13
drdeathx
by: Ghost
Enthusiast would rather have hours of fun building his own PC :cool:
2% of users are enthusiasts BTW
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#15
Novulux
Compiled list of all the parts from Newegg Canada, total was
4,802.88 assuming the professional grade cooling would be similar to an H100 in price at least.
So it's not as bad as some other companies considering..
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#16
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
64GB of ram??? we can cut 20-30% of the cost of the build if we go with 8GB or 16GB
"Indeed, game enthusiast will have hours of fun and entertainment with the The Beast"
with a pricetag of $5484. this gaming enthusiast better be made of money or face a few years of no sleep, double shift's and flipping burgers at Wendy's to pay off this 'beast'

but on a more serious note... REALLY? REALLY GAMING PC??

When most of the games available for the PC are crap console ports that can be run full out on any mid/low-range machine what makes having 2 extra cores, 48-56GB extra ram or 2xGTX 690's will make any difference at all?

I dont see a gaming machine here... I see a machine which would be a total beast for WCG or F@H. All it would need is a bigger/better case and a custom watercooling loop to keep all that hardware chilled. Add one of these babies to the TPU WCG/F@H army and we'd be taking the charts by f**king storm like sucker punching a baby...

bitches dont see it coming but when they do, they be hatin.
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#17
Fourstaff
by: FreedomEclipse

but on a more serious note... REALLY? REALLY GAMING PC??
A Lamborghini stuck in 60mph road is still a car
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#18
RejZoR
THE BEAST and then they give it an integrated soundcard. For the price of an average city car, chuck in a 150 EUR high end soundcard will ya?
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#19
progste
man, what monster I could create with 5500 $ :twitch:
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#20
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: Fourstaff
A Lamborghini stuck in 60mph road is still a car
its not a car! its a pussy wagon!!
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#21
blibba
by: Novulux
The grammar mistakes are painful, I can't help laughing when reading this.
Agreed. Do I really want to spend $5000 with a company that doesn't employ a fluent English speaker to do English language PR?
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#22
AphexDreamer
Sell the parts, build a better PC and have money left over for some games lol.
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#23
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: AphexDreamer
Sell the parts, build a better PC and have money left over for some games lol.
you wont be able to build a better pc if you dont make a profit selling the parts and nobody is going to buy second hand at full or above R.R.P. you wont get a 'better' PC then this for the money

This PC here is a lot better then most of the members here at TPU there is very little room to improve unless you go with a 3960X, more SSDs, more ram (if possible) dual CPU or Quad SLI/crossfire.
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#24
Fierce Guppy
by: jigar2speed
I love grammar Nazis... /Sarcasm.
This is what a grammar Nazi would look like in real life.
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#25
gamingpcca
Thanks you for your interest

I'm Eric from Gaming PC and I'm happy to answer a few questions & comments.

First, thanks for checking out our Beast machine. It's mind-blowingly fast.. but of course, no one is really debating that!

Now for the comments.
Agreed. Do I really want to spend $5000 with a company that doesn't employ a fluent English speaker to do English language PR?
You're completely right! We are Quebec-based company and our team speaks French natively. That said, we are all fluent in English and are happy to speak English with all our customers. (which is approximately 95% of the time!)

When we do press releases (once in a blue moon, when we have a cool new product), we do employ outsourced help (We're busy making computers, not doing press releases!) and we'll make sure the next one utilizes proper grammar!
THE BEAST and then they give it an integrated sound card.
Yes! We can explain this decision.

First... have you heard the sound quality that comes from the Asus Rampage IV Extreme motherboard? It's 7.1 sound and it's damned good. In the past, when we used to include an extra sound card, we would get support calls & emails from customers plugging in their speakers into the wrong holes (they would use the sound inputs built into the motherboard instead of the sound card)

It also gives us the flexibility of doing crazier things like adding 4 videocards, having PCI-express solid state drives and adding other professional cards to the system (available via request).

If you want it, then it's available as an option! If you want it, you can just add it (best of both worlds!)
64GB of ram??? we can cut 20-30% of the cost of the build if we go with 8GB or 16GB
Hah, we wish! Ram really isn't that expensive these days and 64 gigs of ram gives you all the memory you can wish for... and some bragging rights. While everyone else is doing 32 gigs of ram for their gaming machine, we figured we'd give it 64. It's going to be the standard in a few years anyways, so why not have it now ?
This PC here is a lot better then most of the members here at TPU there is very little room to improve unless you go with a 3960X, more SSDs, more ram (if possible) dual CPU or Quad SLI/crossfire.
Thanks, and exactly. (This machine already has QUAD sli and has the maximum amount of ram)

We use a custom watercooling system to clock the CPU at 4.6Ghz (and offer a warranty on it). (We tested the 3960 and it gave the exact same overclocking results) so we're very happy with the machine. The only way an 'enthusiast' can build something faster is by using expensive phase-change cooling and even then, the difference would be negligible.

Our experience is on phase-change (-30 degrees celcius), the highest 24/7 stable speeds we would recommend were 4.8-5.1Ghz and it's really not worth the hassle. You have to build/buy a $1000+ phase changing system, worry about condensation on all your components, have special CPU blocks, etc.

So in the end, we stick with the highest quality water cooling systems we can put together and clock the machines as fast as possible.

We've tested dozens of options so far and this is by far the best solution for gamers that want the fastest machine available.
2 690's for single monitor gaming... 64GB of ram for gaming... Ooof.
Most of our customers actually use 2-3 computer monitors (they already have them). Having this much power allows you to do much more than just play games.

Some of our pro-gaming customers use our machines to both game AND stream at the highest quality simultaneously. If you want to stream at the highest quality and run a graphic intensive game (such as Farcry 3), then you best have a fast machine to be able to render/encode on the fly!

We're happy to provide solutions that can do both.
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