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Maingear set to relaunch its Rush series of high-end gaming desktops

Maingear is a system integrator that builds all sorts of desktops, notebooks, and workstations. Yesterday, Maingear announced the relaunch of its Rush series, a high-end line of gaming desktops, certified by Asus ROG and using the company’s custom APEX liquid cooling. 

Maingear Rush was designed to support “the most powerful graphics configurations from NVIDIA” and all modern processors from both Intel and AMD. Customers can choose a selection of components to run their games at high resolutions and three-digit framerates.

As a ROG certified series, the PCs use ASUS’s Aura Sync software to synchronise and customise the RGB lighting system and any compatible peripherals. Besides the internal lighting system, the exterior can also be customised by adding custom paint finishes and Marc designs. The included APEX liquid cooling system includes a custom pump, “pressure regulated cooling”, a flow rate sensor, and a big reservoir with multiple custom blocks, bridges and tubes.

Some component options that can be added to a Rush system include up to two Nvidia Titan RTX GPUs, up to an Intel 10980XE or an AMD Threadripper 3990X, paired with up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM clocked at 3600MHz, with a range of E-ATX and ATX Asus ROG motherboards available, and a range of NVMe SSDs. The chassis is made of steel, with easily removable front and side panels, equipped with an I/O panel with multiple USB 3.0 Type-A and Type-C ports, and 2x audio jacks.

Maingear Rush series is available now, starting at $1899. If you want to learn more about the Maingear Rush series, click HERE.

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