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MAINGEAR Offers the Fastest Gaming PCs with NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Graphics

Dec 6, 2011
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Still on the East Side
MAINGEAR, an award-winning custom PC builder whose name is known for building quality custom desktops, laptops, and workstations will add the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan GPU to the award-winning SHIFT, F131 and Potenza desktops.

Leveraging NVIDIA's Kepler technology, the GeForce GTX TITAN is the fastest single GPU with 3-way NVIDIA SLI and offers the best in PC gaming experience with up to 4K resolution and supports up to 4 monitors concurrent. The TITAN card offers two dual-link DVI, HDMI and Display Port 1.2 and also supports Microsoft DirectX 11.1 API and is NVIDIA 3D vision-Ready, SLI-Ready.

Available in single, dual or 3-way SLI in the SHIFT or single and dual configurations in the F131 or single card in the Potenza, all of these systems utilize the unique chassis design where the motherboard is rotated 90 degrees to exhaust hot air out the top of the chassis. The cool air is easily brought in from the bottom, making for a quieter, more reliable, and simply better performing PC. The combination of the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN graphics in MAINGEAR desktops offers a superior combination of power, performance, efficiency, control, and acoustics that PC gamers need for premium PC gaming.

"We've always been proud to partner with Wallace and MAINGEAR," says Scott Herkelman, general manager of the GeForce business unit at NVIDIA. "GeForce GTX TITAN is designed for the world's fastest PC gaming platforms, and MAINGEAR PCs deliver the top-of-the-line experience PC gamers demand."

"MAINGEAR systems with TITAN deliver extreme power and efficiency that PC gamers demand." says Wallace Santos, CEO and founder of MAINGEAR. "This GPU solution offer gamers the ultimate in GPU graphics provides a smoother and richer pc experience in single, dual and 3-way SLI configurations."

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN graphics card will be available on the SHIFT, F131 and Potenza on February 21, 2013. All MAINGEAR products are supported with lifetime labor and phone support in the US, along with one to three year hardware warranty options.
May 2, 2012
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I will be in the market next month to replace my 3.5 year old Alienware PC. They a good company to deal with? Looking to buy, not build. Around $2k intel system.
Aug 7, 2008
5,730 (1.66/day)
Wakefield, UK
System Name [Insert Witty Name Here]
Processor Intel Core i7 4790k
Motherboard Asus Rampage VII Ranger
Cooling Antec Khuler 920
Memory Kingston HyperX Savage 4x8GB @ 2400MHz
Video Card(s) 2x AMD Asus HD7950 DirectCU II 3GB
Storage Sandisk X110 128GB + Mushkin Deluxe 240GB
Display(s) Iiyama ProLite X2775HDS-1
Case Silverstone FT02
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar Phoebus
Power Supply Corsair AX1200i
Mouse Steelseries Ikari Laser
Keyboard QPad MX-50
Software Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit
I will be in the market next month to replace my 3.5 year old Alienware PC. They a good company to deal with? Looking to buy, not build. Around $2k intel system.
They're in the news here alot, but there again who isn't.... Why not make a post on the forum and build your own, more 'bang for your buck' as they say.

I'm interested in the closest case. I know the far ones are FT03, but what's the closest one? It's like a mix between the FT02 and FT03, FT02.5?
Dec 9, 2007
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Yeah, sure. Maingear, Origin, they're all good. Check their stats for your favorite build. :)
Jan 28, 2009
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System Name Harley
Processor Intel core i7 3820
Motherboard ASRock Extreme6 X79
Cooling NZXT Kraken X60
Memory Geil Enhance Corsa DDR3 1600+ 16GB
Video Card(s) EVGA SuperClocked GTX Titan
Storage OCZ Vertex4 128GB SSD / Toshiba 7200 2TB HDD
Display(s) Crossover 30" 2560x1600
Case CoolerMaster HAF XB - Custom Modded
Audio Device(s) n/a
Power Supply CoolerMaster Silent Pro Hybrid 1300w
Software Win7 64
Would never buy a pre built puter, but boy dat white and green one looks pretty slick.
Feb 20, 2013
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They are great as long as you don't mind paying double for standard components in slightly modified Silverstone cases
Jun 27, 2011
5,629 (2.34/day)
Processor Intel I7 4790k (stock)
Motherboard ASRock H97M-ITX/ac LGA 1150 Intel H97
Cooling Prolimatech megahalem
Memory Crucial 2x4gb 1600mhz
Video Card(s) EVGA 1060 3gb
Storage OWC Mercury SSD 240 GB
Display(s) Asus 144hz
Case Raijintek Metis
Power Supply Corsair SF600 600w psu
Software Windows 10 64 Bit
Mar 24, 2011
2,286 (0.92/day)
Burlington, VT
Processor Intel i5-2500k
Motherboard MSI P67A-GD65
Cooling Deep Cool Gammax 400
Memory 8GB (4x2GB) G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3-1600
Video Card(s) Gigabyte GTX 1060 Windforce OC 6GB
Storage Samsung EVO 850 256GB / WD Caviar Black 1TB
Display(s) Acer GD235HZbid 120hz LCD
Case Rosewill Challenger Mid-Tower
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair 650W 650-TX
Software Windows 10
Yeah, sure. Maingear, Origin, they're all good. Check their stats for your favorite build. :)
They also regularly run deals. My friend managed to get a PC from CyberPower that was somehow cheaper than if he built it (basically any extra went towards a legit copy of windows). Pre-builts aren't ideal, but they are not necessarily a huge rip-off as long as you shop around.