MAINGEAR, an award-winning PC system integrator of custom gaming solutions, announces the availability of the DRIFT, a SteamOS powered gaming PC designed to bring 4K gaming to any location, including the living room.
Designed to bring the 4K gaming performance of full-sized desktops to the coffee table, MAINGEAR's DRIFT can be customized with overclocked Intel's Extreme Edition Haswell-E or Skylake processors, full-sized NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980Ti or Titan X GPUs, and up to 16GBs of Kingston DDR4 memory. In addition, the DRIFT comes with 3 hard drive bays that can be outfitted with 2 Samsung 850 Pro SSDs and a massive 6TB HDD.
"The DRIFT packs the muscle and performance of larger systems into a sleek and compact uni-body design that fits anywhere," says Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR. "The SteamOS has finally arrived and we are delighted to partner with Valve to make the DRIFT the most perfect way to deliver the Steam experience."
MAINGEAR's DRIFT can be placed both vertically and horizontally for utmost flexibility, and features the Epic 120 liquid cooling system, a maintenance-free system that keeps the steam machine running incredibly cool at top speeds for extended periods of time. MAINGEAR's Epic 120 liquid cooling system also ensures a whisper-quiet operation during regular activity.
The DRIFT comes with Valve's revolutionary Steam Controller, an all-in one handheld battle station with dual track pads, HD haptics, dual-stage triggers, and a fully customizable control schemes. Perfect for the whole family, the DRIFT Steam Machine also features custom parental controls to determine individual accessibility to the entire Steam game library.
MAINGEAR's DRIFT is now ready for customization with MAINGEAR's true automotive paint finish available in any color and combination starting at $1,099.
For more information about the DRIFT or MAINGEAR's entire selection of gaming solutions, please visit https://www.maingear.com
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