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MAINGEAR Prepares for Battlefield 4 with PCs Featuring the New Radeon R9 290X

No one else can make the custom gaming desktops and notebooks any better than the award winner MAINGEAR. MAINGEAR has teamed up with AMD and EA games to work on the two exclusive branded flagship systems. These systems will be powered by the AMD Radeon R9 290X graphics solutions and nothing can beat the amazing visual output which anticipators of the Battlefield 4 will be able to enjoy. Based on the visionary GCN architecture, these graphics solutions provide higher clock speeds and ultimately enhance the Battlefield 4 experience for all PC players.


To build up on the quality of performance, the MAINGEAR SHIFT will feature two Radeon R9 290X graphic cards in CrossFire. These will allow the option of configuring up to 3 cards. On the other hand, the F131 will hit it with one R9 290X on CrossFire and it will provide options of configuring up to two cards. These graphics solutions from AMD are an excellent pick by MAINGEAR as they enhance the overall gaming experience with their delivery of excellent quality and performance. Ultra-resolution 4K gaming cannot get any better than this and that too with smooth and consistent running. To make this even better, it is equipped with a 4 GB memory and AMD’s TrueAudio Technology which not only enhances the visual output but makes the sound clear and more immersive and AMD’s FX 590 unlocked CPU is surely a cheery on top.

The two models are not attractive with their pronounced performance features but are also top notch with their perfect designs; they have adopted the Battlefield 4 design along with a price of art work on the PCs. This art work can be seen as a laser etching on the F131 and on the side panel of the SHIFT model. Look out for pre orders now as they have started already. The SHIFT will be available at $3,789 (not to forget it has been equipped with two AMD cards) and the F131 starts at $2,199 (with one AMD card).

Source: MAINGEAR | News Archive

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