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MAINGEAR 34" All-in-One PC with a 8-Core Haswell-E CPU and up to a GTX Titan X

MAINGEAR 34

MAINGEAR 34

MAINGEAR Alpha 34 34" All-in-One PC with a 8-Core Haswell-E CPU and up to a GTX Titan X

 

MAINGEAR may have just built the most powerful All-in-One PC that we have ever seen, offering an Intel Haswell-E 5960X 8-core CPU or a Haswell-E 18-Core Xeon and up to a GTX Titan X inside a 34" 3840x1440p 21x9 monitor. 

This PC is called the Maingear Alpha 34, which is a massive 3840x1440p curved display with internal specifications that most gaming PCs will have trouble matching. 

  MAINGEAR 34  

If the CPU and GPU specifications were not good enough for you the RAM and SSD storage can be up to 32GB of Kingston DDR4 memory and a Samsung 950 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD, allowing you to build a PC that is pretty much as good as you can get today, but built entirely into the form factor of a monitor.  

 

"The superb combination of Intel’s blazing fast processors with state of the art graphic cards and an astounding screen, gives ALPHA 34 the muscle to handle any task while being the centerpiece in every room,2 says Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of MAINGEAR.  “ALPHA 34 is a super stocked modern dream car with old fashioned muscle under the hood that is perfect for gaming, movie watching or even designing in Adobe’s Creative Suite."

 

MAINGEAR 34  

Being such a colossal monitor with insane specifications the price is understandably high, beginning at $1,999, though this is with greatly reduced specifications. 

 

You can join the discussion on Maingear's Alpha 34 All-in-One PC on the OC3D Forums

 

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04-01-2016, 14:29:53

Dicehunter
I wonder how well the 16 core Xeon would stack up against the 8 core higher clocked CPU for games.Quote

04-01-2016, 14:32:16

JR23
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Originally Posted by ;887743
I wonder how well the 16 core Xeon would stack up against the 8 core higher clocked CPU for games.
Not many games know what to do with 8 threads let alone 32, i'm sure the reduction in clock speed would have a more significant negative effect than the increased thread count could make up for.

JRQuote

04-01-2016, 14:40:35

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
Not many games know what to do with 8 threads let alone 32, i'm sure the reduction in clock speed would have a more significant negative effect than the increased thread count could make up for.

JR
But, But, But it has a higher number ! Quote

04-01-2016, 14:40:41

Kilbane
Quote:
Originally Posted by ;887743
I wonder how well the 16 core Xeon would stack up against the 8 core higher clocked CPU for games.
I have seen a few high core (8+) builds over the last couple of years, they generally fall on their ass for gaming performance. As JR said, most game engines barely take advantage of more than 4 cores so low clock speeds have a big impact and some games are a PITA to even get working.Quote

04-01-2016, 15:14:02

AlienALX
At 4k my 8c 16t Ivy @ 2ghz performs no worse than my 3970x did @ 4.7ghz.

But yeah, lower resolutions and benches it really suffers from the derped clockspeed.Quote
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