CES 2016 | Maingear unveils the Alpha 34 AiO with extreme specs
Maingear unveiled its Alpha 34 all-in-one system today, featuring hardware specifications aimed at gaming enthusiasts and power-users, with up to 8-core Intel Extreme Edition processors on board. What’s more, there’s even an 18-core Intel Xeon CPU option!
All of Alpha 34’s components are enclosed within the 34-inch (21:9 ratio) curved display chassis sporting 3840 x 1440 resolution. In order to ensure smooth gaming experience even at such huge resolution, Maingear equipped the Alpha 34 with a choice of top-tier desktop graphics cards: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti, Nvidia Titan X or AMD Radeon R9 390X, as well as the Intel Core i7-5960X processor. The CPU / GPU duo is supported by 32 GB of Kingston DDR4 RAM and Samsung’s top-of-the-line 950 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD storage.
In order to keep working temperatures in such tight environment at check as well as reduce noise to a minimum, Maingear equipped the Alpha 34 with maintenance-free closed looped liquid cooling system. Users who want to get even more poerformance out of the system can use Maingear’s Redline, a factory tested overclocking service that safely pushes the system to its maximum potential.
Maingear Alpha 34’s pricing starts at $1999 for the quad-core Skylake version. A Core i7-5960X version can be bought at over $4000. Full price list and online configurator is available on Maingear's website.