Although the market for them is relatively small, we love to check out elaborate, no-holds-barred gaming PCs from time to time--you know, the kind of system that costs about the same amount as a serviceable used car. As fun as it is to check out an ultra high-end gaming rig, we also do it to gauge the user experience and to see just how much better it is (or isn't) versus a mainstream PC. But how great is the experience, really? The answer needs to be darn near perfection, because – let’s face it – a midrange gaming desktop is going to give you a pretty solid gaming experience (and look good doing it) without inflicting nearly the same damage to your wallet. Though the phrase “experience” has been driven to an industry cliché by PR types, it’s an apt description of what you’re looking for when you size up a top shelf, custom rig. It should be the computer you remember when you’re geeking out with your buddies years from now. With its $6k price tag, Maingear’s EPIC RUSH series is meant to do just that...
Maingear EPIC RUSH With Radeon R9 290X Crossfire
Both Beauty and the Beast at the same time, this system has it all, and just kills it. Congrats Maingear.
Agreed, fantastic rig!
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Yes, it's epic and the included tech support & warranty add to the overall desirability too.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
My good buddies at Maingear do build a nice box
Clean, slick, and attractive. Very well done.
I will say though, I didn't like the green one on the main cover picture, just nasty but i will still take it if they gave it to me :D
I love that case. There's just something about it that looks amazing. And when you add in the fact that it is also incredibly powerful, I'm at a loss for words.
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