Maingear offers a range of gaming desktops, laptops, and professional workstations. The Maingear Vybe reviewed here is perhaps the most subtle example of the company's interest in bringing a muscle car tuning mentality to the world of PCs, but it's still there, starting with its overclocked Kaby Lake processor that Maingear pushed to 5GHz.
As configured, the refreshed Vybe we've got on hand also features a pair of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics cards in SLI, 16GB of DDR4-2666 memory, and a 512GB Samsung 960 Pro solid state drive paired with a 1TB Seagate Desktop hard drive. Taken all together, the part selection is a sensible but strong approach to performance computing, with overclocking thrown in for good measure...
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