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MAINGEAR x MSI Zero launches as limited-edition PC with RTX 4070 Ti Super and custom cable management

The Zero. (Source: MAINGEAR)
The Zero. (Source: MAINGEAR)
MAINGEAR has marked the launch of the RTX 4070 Ti Super card by conducting a "limited drop" of a new "handcrafted and individually numbered" PC custom-built in collaboration with MSI. The Zero is touted to bring a revolution in gaming PC minimalism about with its new MG-RC cable-management system, not to mention a Panoramic Glass case through which an eponymous motherboard, branded cooler and "clean" RGB is displayed.

MAINGEAR claims to integrate RTX 4070 Ti Super graphics to their best effect in the new Zero PC. The group has partnered with MSI to present this pre-build with a Core i7-14700K processor installed on the B760M Project Zero motherboard.

The same OEM's MAG Pano M1000 PZ case has been chosen as it apparently best matches MAINGEAR's cosmetic aspirations for the PC as "a visual stunner" in its white SKU.

An individual builder could aim for the same themselves as it is also available on Amazon right now - and in black as well - however, the Zero is touted to retain the edge as it comes with the new MAINGEAR Rear Connection (MG-RC) system of clips that ensure all "unsightly" motherboard cables are tucked away to the rear of the case out of the box.

Accordingly, the user can enjoy the full view of their new color-matched card, not to mention the equally co-ordinated Cooler Master MasterLiquid 360L Core White and dual 16GB T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6000 RAM.

This apparently ideal PC for "sleek" and "minimalist" gaming desktop (and, seemingly, solid ice-blue RGB) enthusiasts is available from today (January 24, 2024) - albeit in a very "limited run" of just 50 units.

Each appropriately numbered MAINGEAR Zero costs $2,499 - which is, in fairness, less than the latest RTX 4070-powered Razer Blade 14 at the time of writing.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-01-24 (Update: 2024-01-24)