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Maingear, known for its premium gaming PC setups like the Maingear Turbo, has introduced the Maingear Pro series, a line of high-end workstations for content production.
Maingear claims that their new workstation PC will come in three distinct variations: Pro WS (mid-tower), Pro WS Max (full-tower), and Pro RS (vertical or horizontal rack unit). Each one has an AMD Threadripper Pro 5995WX CPU, which is intended for use in demanding industrial applications.
The Pro is a custom-built workstation, similar to earlier models, and is intended for 4K/8K video production, 2D and 3D mechanical CAD software, 3D animation and effects, rendering, and data science, according to the manufacturer.
The Maingear Pro can also include up to four of the best graphics cards, up to 64 processor cores and 128 threads, up to 2 TB of memory, 192 GB of VRAM, and more. Those interested in purchasing one can contact a representative for a quote.
Analysis: Why get a Maingear?
Like the Turbo and previous variants before it, the Pro can get very pricey. Although it is the ultimate game and creative tool, its primary use is for display.
The main objective of Maingear is to fool it out as much as he can. For instance, the APEX cooling system update raises the beginning price of the Turbo by $2,050, and it primarily serves cosmetic purposes rather than any practical cooling.
It’s better to simply look away from this workstation if you need anything on a tight budget. But if you’re willing to invest the money and want a stunning, eye-catching PC that will definitely draw attention, this could be the right purchase for you.