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Maingear offers Quantum Shift workstation for creative pros

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on April 13th, 2010

Maingear has all sorts of boutique and high-end computers for users to choose from. The firm was first big in the gaming notebook market and it is now making inroads into the workstation market with its cool Shift computers.

Maingear has unveiled a new workstation called the Quantum Shift that is aimed at creative pros that will be using Adobe Creative Suite 5 or CS5. The Quantum Shift can be fitted with up to three NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics cards.

Maingear Shift gets ATI HD5970 power

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on November 18th, 2009

maingearshift-sbEarlier this month Maingear rolled out its Shift personal supercomputer and it was pretty impressive. With the ATI HD 5970, going live today it’s natural for us to see some new gaming desktops that offer the card inside and the Shift is one of those machines.

Maingear is offering the Shift with both single HD 5970 and dual HD 5970 configurations. The dual 5970 configuration promises 10 teraflops of visual compute power. That is a lot of graphics oomph and should make mincemeat of your favorite video game.

Maingear SHIFT

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2009

Maingear SHIFTMaingear just launched a new range of PCs dubbed Maingear Shift, which they are calling the “personal supercomputer that redefines computing performance, design and support”. The Maingear SHIFT uses the power of graphics processing units (GPU) and is designed to speed up everyday mundane tasks like video and photo editing.

The SHIFT features an aluminum case, steel skeleton and advanced cooling with bottom and top airflow and liquid cooling. Two models in the range are available, the SHIFT Intel P55, which comes with an Intel Core I7 800 series processor, Intel Kingsberg P55 Extreme Series motherboard,ATI Radon or NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, up to 6 hard drives, or 12 SSDs, and either a Blu-ray or DVD burner.

Maingear unveils dual-GPU eX-L18 gaming laptop

Posted in gaming accessories by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

Maingear unveils dual-GPU eX-L18 gaming laptopToday Maingear has launched the 18.4″ eX-L 18 gaming laptop complete with glowing tramp stamp. The dual GeForce GTX 280M setup should allow gamers to use the highest resolution and the largest image quality/filtering available in most modern games. This laptop isn’t thin, but on the other hand it will let you put three 2.5″ hard drives in a RAID configuration.

How awesome is that? For the $3000 price, here are some of the specs: Windows Vista Premium, (Up to) Intel Core 2 Extreme, Single or Dual GF GTX 280M, (Up to) 8GB RAM, DDR3 1333, 18.4″ Display, and DVD or Blu-Ray.

Maingear Axess HD: Hardcore Gaming comes to HTPCs

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2009

Maingear Axess HD: Hardcore Gaming comes to HTPCsMaingear’s Axess HD Gamer aims to park hardcore PC gaming in your living room with a Core i7 processor, up to 12GB of DDR3 memory, 2x NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT cards in SLI, a Phantom Lapboard and robust media center capabilities.

The Axess HD can include a Blu-ray drive, 8-channel HD audio, WIndows Vista Home Premium and up to 4TB of hard drive storage or…dual 160GB SSDs. Connections include: DVI-D, VGA, HDMI and component out, dual gigabit ethernet, eight USB 2.0 ports, two 6-pin FireWire ports and eSATA.

Maingear Pulse is world’s greenest gaming PC

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

maingearpulse-sbOne thing that most gaming PCs have in common is that they pack the highest performance parts they can get their hands on into a rig that sucks down power like a Hummer slurps fuel. With more people looking to go green, I guess it was inevitable that a green gaming rig was launched.

Maingear has announced the Pulse gaming PC, which it claims to be the world’s greenest gaming PC. The rig is based on the NVIDIA Ion platform and it is also the world’s first upgradable Ion PC. The small form factor machine can be upgraded from Ion graphics to an NVIDIA 9800 ECO video card that needs 40% less power than a typical 9800 GT requires.

Maingear launches uber gaming PC

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2009

maingear-sbWhen it comes to gaming desktop PCs they tend to be packed with the latest hardware and massive price tags. PC gamers looking for a high-end rig have some nice machines to choose from, assuming the economy has left them any extra scratch.

For those who have the money, Maingear has announced a new gaming PC called the ePhex X58 Elite. The machine draws part of its name from the Asus X58 mainboard that allows the use of multiple video cards from NVIDIA and ATI.


MAINGEAR brings back the F131 gaming PC

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

MAINGEAR brings back the F131 gaming PCMAINGEAR has decided to bring back their top of the line gaming PC, the F131. The system offers the same functionality and high-class performance as it’s predecessor, with some new tricks as well. Now, you can crank it up a few notches with 3 ATI 4890 graphics cards in CrossFireX. How about up to 8TB of storage space thanks to its numerous SATA connectors?

It also features a new Domino ALC liquid cooling system provided by CoolIT Systems. Want the outside customized? No problem. MAINGEAR’s M.A.R.C laser etching tech will put in place a logo or image of your choosing.

Maingear intros BD / SSD-equipped mX-L 13.3-inch laptop

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on March 26th, 2009

Maingear intros BD / SSD-equipped mX-L 13.3-inch laptopThis ultraportable laptop may not come from a huge company name, but the specs certainly caught our eye, while the coat of arms etching simultaneously repelled us.

The Maingear mX-L features a 13.3-inch LED-backlit display (1,280 x 800), a Core 2 Duo CPU, GMA X4500HD graphics, 8GB of DDR2 RAM, 160GB Intel X25-M SSD (or a 500GB HDD if you want to save some money), a dual-layer Blu-ray reader, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, gigabit Ethernet, WiFi, and VGA output. It also sports three USB 2.0 sockets and a custom etched top. The unit weighs just 4.4 pounds and starts at $1,099.99. You’ll also get a four-cell Li-ion that is sure to be changed often.

Maingear intros Prelude 2 3D gaming workstation

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

Maingear intros Prelude 2 3D gaming workstationMaingear has introduced their latest addition of high performance luxury computer. The Prelude 2 3D gaming workstation. It will come with an NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision setup, 22″ SyncMaster 2233RZ display and an Intel Core i7 processor.

Prices start at $1,999, but once you have it configured exactly how you want it, it will cost much more. More detailed specs are elusive at the moment, but I’m sure we’ve elicited enough drool from your open mouth already.