Sega built the "fastest" PC in the world to celebrate the Steam sales

Sega built the fastest PC in the world to celebrate the Steam sales

To celebrate the Steam winter sales, Sega has seen fit to make the "fastest" PC ever created, capable even of reaching 100 km / h. A real splinter. No, we are not crazy, but rather we are talking about the first gaming PC in the world to be also a super radio controlled toy car ... or vice versa, points of view.

This extravagant project was carried out by Sega in collaboration with Intel, ASRock, G-Maybe and Masami Hirosaka. As you can see in the two videos below, this object for true lovers of the Master Race has both the characteristics of a radio-controlled race car and those of a high-end gaming PC. And if you were wondering, here are the components used:

CPU: i9-12900K Motherboard: ASRock Z690M-ITX / ax Video Card: ASRock Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula 16 GB Memory: 32GB RAM DDR4-3200 SSD: 2TB

This masterpiece of engineering and extravagance will be given away through a sweepstakes on Twitter, which unfortunately non-Japanese players are unable to enter. In addition to the radio controlled car / gaming PC, there are also 23 codes up for grabs to redeem as many Sega games on Steam.

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