Nov 18, 2017 Last Updated 1:43 PM, Nov 17, 2017

MAINGEAR Announces 1ofONE + X X299 Pre-Orders

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MAINGEAR introduces 1ofONE, the first program of its kind. This allows the customer direct access to MAINGEAR’s world class craftsmen to create a one of a kind PC. Previously available via invite only to select brands and influencers, MAINGEAR’s 1ofONE program has conceived some of the industry’s most unique and celebrated custom PC builds. Previous customers include Coca Cola, deadmau5, PewDiePie, and RAZER.

Now available for the first time to the public, every MAINGEAR 1ofONE customer will get to directly collaborate with their personal MAINGEAR designer. They will lead a team to work through the entire process of creating a custom PC from start to finish. You will have the ability to customize absolutely anything. From full chassis modifications, exotic components, and liquid cooling, to hand-painted exterior finish, every 1ofONE system is truly a handcrafted work of art.

1ofONE Program Features

One-of-a-kind build - Personal design and build team - Full chassis modifications - Customization available across all MAINGEAR products or the chassis of your choosing - Custom exterior finish - Professional studio photography of finished build - Dedicated support technician

MAINGEAR 1ofONE systems start at $4999 - www.maingear.com/1ofone

X299 Based System Pre-orders

Available for pre-order starting today, Intel’s Skylake-X X299 platform is now available on MAINGEAR’s line of award-winning desktops starting at $1599 USD. Launching with Intel’s first i9 processor, the new platform is the ultimate choice to provide extreme performance from high end gaming to mega-tasking.  With support for up to 44 PCIe lanes, quad channel memory, Intel Optane Memory, and Intel’s updated Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, Skylake-X based systems are the most extreme platform ever offered.

Intel’s new Skylake-X platform will be available in the following MAINGEAR systems:

VYBE - R1 | RAZER Edition - F131 - RUSH - Omen X – MAINGEAR & HP collaboration

MAINGEAR Skylake-X systems start at $1549 - www.maingear.com/x299

About MAINGEAR

MAINGEAR is a high-performance PC system integrator that offers custom desktops, notebooks and workstations. Each system is hand crafted for precision performance and uncompromised quality, and has won multiple Editors’ Choice awards from publications such as PC Gamer, Hot Hardware, PC World, Maximum PC, Computer Shopper and more. With a passion to build the best and most innovative high-performance computers, MAINGEAR sets the standard among system integrators. For more information, visit www.maingear.com or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/MAINGEAR and Twitter at twitter.com/MAINGEAR.

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