Yesterday, Maingear announced the relaunch of their brain-child ‘Rush Series,’ a robust line of gaming desktops that is ROG Certified. This is good news for gamers because, in their partnership with ASUS, Rush now offers a smooth RGB lighting experience that gives hardcore gamers total control over their lighting.
According to the team in charge of Maingear Rush, as stated on their website:
“The powerhouse has returned. The new Maingear Rush raises the bar to accommodate a new level with full tower engineered to support the extremes of hardware available.
With its bold design that lets you see every detail of the craftsmanship inside from god-view (any angle-360 degrees), the RUSH series impresses as much as it performs.”
Not only that, gamers can also control their peripherals along with the system lightning seamlessly with its intuitive controls via the native integration with the ASUS Aura Sync lighting system.
Asides from the lighting system, the exterior can also be designed by integrating Marc designs and custom paint finishes.
Maingear Rush was specifically built to support ‘the awesomeness from NVIDIA’s powerful graphics configurations’ and most modern processors, including AMD and Intel. With that, gamers have alternatives to choose from to run their game at high resolutions and 3-digit framerates.
Features and Components
It comes with a full tempered glass side and front panels, exquisite aluminum exterior, and solid steel interior construction. Also, the Rush series spots all the new connections you can find, along with a USB Type-C port and multiple fronts facing USB 3.0 ports.
Liquid Cooling Capability Reignited with APEX
Based on Rush’s revolutionary approach to liquid cooling, the next generation of APEX now includes a custom integrated cooling system, custom radiator bridge, custom parallel GPU.
This gear is exclusively available from only Maingear and APEX that merges to form a quiet pump, flow-rate sensing, pressure regulated cooling, and a high-capacity reservoir.
This awesomeness is carefully machined from solid blocks of crystal-clear acrylic; for this alone, APEX happens to be the best performing and most visually lustrous liquid cooling solution available on the market.
Sound-Proof (“Whisper Quiet”)
Built with a custom RGB and PWM smart fan controller, Maingear Rush gives PC enthusiasts and gamers to ramp up all settings and simultaneously launch multiple applications all while staying cool and virtually silent.
Tech Specs Built for Maingear Rush Series
AMD Ryzen – Capacity to handle AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core
3.5 GHz (boost up to 4.7 GHz)
Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 64-Core 2.9 GHz (boost up to 4.3 GHz)
Intel Z390 – Capacity to handle Intel Core i9 9900K 8 – core 3.6 GHz (boost up to 5.0 GHz)
Intel X299 – Capacity to handle Core i9 10980XE 18-core 3.0 GHz (boost up to 4.6 GHz)
AMD Threadripper – Capacity to handle ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme Alpha
AMD Ryzen – Capacity to handle ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Formula
Intel Z390 – Capacity to handle ASUS ROG Maximus XI Formula
Intel X299 – Capacity to handle ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme Omega
AMD – Capacity to handle 2x Radeon VII 16GB HBM2
NVIDIA – Capacity to handle 2x GeForce Titan RTX 24GB GDDR6
AMD Threadripper – Can handle 256 GB DDR4-3200 8 X 32 GB (Quad Channel)
AMD Ryzen – Can handle 128 GB DDR4-3600 4 X 32 GB (Dual Channel)
Intel X299 – Can handle 128 GB DDR4 – 3200 8 X 16 GB (Quad Channel)
Intel Z390 – Can handle 128 GB DDR4 – 3600 4 X 32 GB (Dual Channel)
Capacity up to 7 x 2.5” SATA SSD or 4 x
Capacity up to 2 m.2 NVME SSD (Motherboard-dependent)
Capacity up to 3.5 SATA HDD
Finally, those who fall under the category of Esports athletes, streamers, or content creators, the new Maingear Rush provides the necessary jaw-dropping visuals, raw performance, and high-speed frame to follow your passions.
Currently, the Maingear Rush series is available now, starting at $1899. For more information on the Optical, power supply, SUPERSTOCK open loop, dimensions, weight, liquid cooling check Maingear’s official website under the Rush series category.