Following the official launch of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti on January 5th, PC builder MAINGEAR is now offering the GPU as a customization option for its builds. The RTX 4070 Ti makes use of the Ada Lovelace architecture and comes with the all-new Nvidia DLSS 3 technology, which improves performance while maintaining high-quality graphics.
MAINGEAR’s new MG-1 line will also include the RTX 4070 Ti GPU as an option. This generation of PCs was designed alongside popular game creator and esports pro Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, who also recently joined MAINGEAR as a co-owner. These computers feature easily customizable designs and a front panel that can display all kinds of custom artwork.
Key features of the GeForce RTX™ 40 series include:
AI-powered graphics improve your performance: DLSS 3 of NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 40 GPUs uses AI, optical flow accelerator and tensor cores to achieve a breakthrough level of performance with exceptional visual fidelity
Amazing games guaranteed: The GeForce RTX™ 40 Series makes the most of DX12 graphics features like ray tracing and variable-rate shading that power the biggest PC games
super smooth: NVIDIA G-SYNC® offers HDR support and guaranteed refresh rates of up to 360Hz, to ensure smooth, sharp, clear and natural experiences
Lowest latencies and fastest responses: The GeForce RTX™ 40 Series uses NVIDIA® Reflex to ensure the lowest latency in gameplay and fastest response times, aiming accuracy and target acquisition
Catering for creative professionals: The NVIDIA® Suite of NVIDIA Studio, NVIDIA Broadcast, NVIDIA Omniverse, NVIDIA Ansel and NVIDIA Canvas use RTX™ 40 Series AI, drivers and power to enhance all gamers’ creations
Pre-built MG-1 PCs will cost you at least $1,149, and you can get custom system configurations based on your performance needs. They are currently available Here, where you can also grab the Shroud PC edition if you’d like. As with any other brand of pre-built computer, it’s not as cheap as buying computer parts and building your own, but it will save you the hassle (and risk, depending on experience) of building one yourself.