Wallace, the ladies man. I wish I had some influence about our work workstations, we would have an all maingear department.
Now you're just mashing it!
I would like to do some 3D Design someday and work on a video game built to my specifications. I know that won't be possible anytime soon because of the time and skill requirements that I don't posses at this time.
Once I am at a comfortable place in life though I will make a video game I could be proud of.
"I have the power!!"
Budget competition to the Mac Pros, FINALLY!
CPU: e6400 @ 3.2 (H-50'd)MB: MSI p6nRAM: 4G adataGPU: GTS-450 and 8800GTS for PhysxHDD: WD 500G BlackPSU: 620W Corsair Mod.Case: 900-2 with 7 cathodes and AP-15sOS: W7 and Ubuntu
Way to expand business wallace! And using the beast case :)
Maingear workstations for all :) lol. I bet I know a few ladies Wallace can win over with this one :P
Ohhh yes ! if you can wait to hop over to the website fast enough just use this
Awesome to have such power and flexibility with this line up of workstations
Professional workstations need to be this good fully customizable,powerful,and reliable.
What client wouldn't be totally impressed with the appearance & power of these rigs.?
a customize option is just a click away and is waiting for you.
"Don't Panic ! 'cause HH got's your back!"
not surprising that they would make this upgrade. i know a handful of people who i'm forwarding this to immediately, their auto cad systems are a little outdated and the maingear shift design is impeccable.
This seems to be a very nice option for the market it is aimed at. Not to mention I think there is some big money in that market focus for them. The comparable DELL, HP, IBM etc systems are not cheap and they can be expensive so it is a great place for a manufacturer to hit. The components seem powerful and with a boutique builder like Maingear you can have it fully customized with exactly what you want in it, whereas with the large manufacturers you may have difficulty with the customization level they can provide.
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