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MAINGEAR Starts Offering NVIDIA Battlebox TITAN Z PCs

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. Cristian_25H


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    MAINGEAR, an award-winning custom PC builder offering custom gaming desktops beefs up their lineup with the NVIDIA Battlebox Titan Z PCs featuring special editions of the SHIFT, VYBE and F131.

    The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z graphics card is a gaming monster, stacked with 5760 CUDA cores and 12 GB of GDDR5 memory. This dual GPU configured in any of the three MAINGEAR Battlebox Titan Z PCs gives gamers the power to drive even the most insane multi-monitor setups while getting the most out of the gaming or entertainment experience. Choose from the SHIFT, VYBE or F131 for the ultimate PC that fits any lifestyle and space.


    The MAINGEAR VYBE with the NVIDIA Titan Z starts at $2,999 and can also be configured with an Asus 28" 4k monitor that won't break the bank for under $3,700. MAINGEAR is also offering the SHIFT starting at $3,499, and the F131 starting at $3,199. All of these Battlebox PCs come with two year warranties offering the perfect combination of power, beauty and performance that is expected from MAINGEAR.

    "The new MAINGEAR Battlebox Titan Z PCs offer a great value with optimal performance with the Titan Z card, if someone has been waiting to get PC their Titan Z PC, any of these PC are great options." Said Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR.

    For more information on MAINGEAR's Batttle Box Titan Z PCs, visit:
  2. GhostRyder


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    Looks like they are charging 2050 for the Titan-Z according to the upgrades section which honestly brings the price at least in line with the Titan Black Pricing. Honestly still expensive but if you have to have Dual Titan's this is actually the first ok deal (to include titan-z)
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