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Tuesday, 13 April 2010 15:39

Maingear shows its Quantum SHIFT systems

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Adobe CS5 workstation

In the wake of Adobe's Creative Suite 5 launch, Maingear has come up with the Quantum SHIFT, a desktop workstation based on either Intel Core i7 or Xeon X5600 platforms.

The new Maingear Quantum SHIFT uses the same SHIFT based chassis and can be equipped with either Core i7 960/980X CPU or Xeon X5600 series processor. The rest of the specs include up to 24GB for Core i7 platform or up to 96GB for Xeon system, up to six HDD or SSD drives, 1000W or 1500W PSU, and wide variety of graphics cards which include GTX 480 in Triple-SLI or Quadro FX 5800 in SLI.

The price follows the impressive specifications of the new Quantum SHIFT and starts at US $3,399 for the Core i7 and at US $3,995 for the Xeon based one.

You can find it here.

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