Maingear ePhex X58 Elite is chocked full of gaming goodies and the price shows it.
This PC isn't available in Australia, but it shows what can really be done to make a spectacular high-end gaming rig, if money is no option. Maingear's new high-end gaming PC wraps some impressive specifications into a rig with slick paint and custom laser etched side panels. The machine is called the ePhex X58 Elite
. The heart of the machine is the Asus X58 mainboard that supports both NVIDIA and ATI video cards.
The rig can be optioned with up to three NVIDIA GTX 285 video cards or three ATI HD 4890 video cards. Up to 24GB of RAM is supported and the system uses a custom liquid cooling setup to cool the CPU and all the GPUs installed in the system.Above: Maingear ePhex X58 Elite Flamed Out
Another interesting feature of the machine is that Maingear offers free Redlining for overclocking enthusiasts and offers access to the Maingear creative director to design a custom laser etch pattern for the computer that will never be used again. The starting price for the system is $US5,660 (a cool $AU7199). If you completely max the machine out with options like multiple SSDs, 24GB of RAM, flame paint and other goodies the price quickly hits well over twice the starting price, or, put another way, the price of a small car.