If you have been hunting for a new rig Windows 7 games, we have good news: the Maingear just increased its range of desktop Vybe and it seems that appetizing. As before, there is a trio of pre-made versions, but the goodies are now packaged in a redesigned enclosure finished in black or white (SE and SS models only). The S $ 949 Vybe starts things off beautifully with a overclocked 2.9GHz Intel Core i5 2310 valued at 3.3GHz (capable of stimulating Turbo 3.7GHz). It’s still loaded with a 1 GB NVIDIA GPU GTS 450 , 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD 7200 RPM, 7-in-1 card reader, 7.1 surround sound support and a 24x DVD burner that’s all hooked into a USB 3.0 / SATA 6G DP67BA Intel motherboard. The $ 1.129 spices things with a 2500 estimated at 3.7GHz overclocked i5 (4.1GHz to build) and a 1 GB GTX 560 GPU is connected to a SSD-toting – UD3 Gigabyte Z68XP mother. Finally, there is the $ 1699 Vybe SS for those who like their noob-slaying experience with additional picante. It is the packaging and an overclocked water-cooled 4.5GHz + Core i7 2600K, a pair of GTX 560 GPU and 8GB of RAM to ensure you will not incur any hang-ups run Crysis.
You can choose to customize the platform OS and SS with more powerful pieces, although you will wait a little longer for shipping. You can find details at the source and healthy serving of eye candy in the gallery below.
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