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Wednesday, 25 September 2013 22:36

Maingear rolls out first AMD R9 rig

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Shift gets Hawaii makeover

After a few audio presentations and game trailers, Maingear boss Wallace Santos took to the stage to discuss AMD’s new products.

Maingear needs no introduction – it is one of the first names that comes to mind when we think insanely powerful gaming PCs. Santos noted that AMD’s involvement in consoles will be the end of crappy console ports.

He used his brief appearance to showcase a new version of the Shift, the first Maingear system to include R9 GPUs. It can handle up to three Radeon cards and thanks to its Epic 180 closed-loop cooling technology, overlocking should not be an issue.

The Shift comes in any automotive colour you can imagine and new R9 versions will be available over the next few weeks. You can check out the product page here

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