The MAINGEAR SHIFT was the first custom PC that rotated the internal components of the PC to leverage the natural tendency of hot air to rise. As it exhausts through the top vents, cool air is drawn in from the bottom of the chassis, keeping components cooler, limiting noise, and increasing overclocking and stability potential. MAINGEAR announced this morning that they are expanding the companies vertical heat dissipation chassis design (VRTX Cooling Technology) to two other case design. MAINGEAR has redesigned their popular F131 chassis and are introducing the Potenza desktop to include VRTX Cooling Technology.
“We are very excited and offer the option for our customers to select a MAINGEAR desktop with heat dissipation solution in three different chassis size and performance levels.” said Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR. “The new 3rdnd generation Intel Core i7 3930K processor and Intel Z77 Chipset, built in any of our desktops offer the ultimate gaming experience.”
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