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Maingear Vybe

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Maingear Vybe

The Maingear Vybe is a desktop PC that is powered by Intel Core i5 and i7 processors with optional AMD Athlon II X4 and Phenom II X4 processors for choice, and features Kingston HyperX Memory with speeds up to DDR3-2000 at 2000MHz, Nvidia ATi Radeon Graphics.

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The Maingear Vybe is a desktop PC that features micro-ATX motherboard and utilizes an internal layout that allows users to put in a full sized, fully featured ATX motherboard for maximum expansion capabilities, TV…

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Maingear Vybe

The Maingear Vybe is a desktop PC that is powered by Intel Core i5 and i7 processors with optional AMD Athlon II X4 and Phenom II X4 processors for choice, and features Kingston HyperX Memory with speeds up to DDR3-2000 at 2000MHz, Nvidia ATi Radeon Graphics.

Features

The Maingear Vybe is a desktop PC that features micro-ATX motherboard and utilizes an internal layout that allows users to put in a full sized, fully featured ATX motherboard for maximum expansion capabilities, TV tuners, wireless network adapters, multiple video cards, and is constructed with an aluminum chassis that provide thermal characteristics that keep the PC cool and quiet. The VYBE also features full-length graphics card solutions from NVIDIA and ATI, and is built for balanced computing and graphics processing. There is also up to three 3.5“ hard drives which can be mounted internally with each up to 2TB in size. These hard drives are suspended by rubber grommets which keep vibrations to a minimum and reducing the noise signature of the PC. The Maingear Vybe also features a back-to-front airflow that allows the manufacturer to change the orientation of the power supply and accommodate full sized ATX motherboard.

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