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Video: We take a demeanour at some beautiful tradition computers

A few weeks ago, we took a demeanour at some of the ways you can use fans, memory, and cases packaged with LEDs to give your PCs some personality. RGB enlightenment is just scratching the surface of PC customization; the clinging PC builder has tradition cooling and high-end paint jobs as pivotal collection in their arsenal.

But not all of us wish to build the own PCs, and some of the coolest modifications—like water cooling with hardline pipework and plumbing rather than stretchable rubber tubing—are decidedly complex, putting them out of strech to many of us. Filling this opening are companies like Falcon Northwest, Origin PC, and Maingear. These companies build hotrod PCs, tailored to the accurate pattern and pattern of your choosing, with high-end water cooling, tradition paintwork, and large overclocks, while still coming with the reassurances that prebuilt machines offer, like tech support and warranties.

Wanting to try this universe further, we recently took a outing to revisit Maingear to get a ambience of the kind of work. For the last 15 years, the New Jersey company has been building water-cooled, high-performance tradition PCs, mixing both jaw-dropping good looks with near-silent operation and overclocked performance. These systems aren’t just the playthings of abounding gamers, either; the company also sells to industries such as financial and video production, where business need machines that are fast, reliable, and still adequate to hang under your table but sounding like a jet engine.

The company gave us a closer demeanour at the systems they build and the pattern and engineering work they showcase, with pleasing systems that put my own complement building—a dry mutilate of a PC with a disaster of cables spewing everywhere—truly to shame.


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