Maingear's Refreshed Titan 17 Desktop Replacement Rocks Intel's X79 Express Chipset

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thetechchild

What the hell is this? MaxPC already had an article on the site regarding Eurocom's new laptop line (Panther 2.0?), which has similar specs under $1,500! Granted, it's not on the X79 chipset (and therefore has i7 2xxx rather than i7 3xxx), but for similar performance and what appears to be a much smaller profile, I'd say that it beats Maingear's alternative handily.

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iceman08

it looks like a tank...or something I'd use to prop a car up when I need a tire change

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