Building the world’s fastest gaming PC is no simple feat, but Sega has figured out an amusing way of pulling this off without any sort of exotic overclocking.
As a way of drawing attention to its collection of discounted games on Steam’s Winter Sale and social media accounts, Sega has collaborated with ASRock, G-Force, and famous Japanese radio-controlled car driver Masami Hirosaka to build a gaming PC on wheels. The system features a top speed of over 60 miles per hour and is fast not only on the race track but also in terms of computing performance thanks to its flagship Intel CPU and AMD Radeon GPU.
- Maximum speed: 100 kmh (62 mph)
- CPU: 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900K Processor
- Motherboard: ASRock Z690M-ITX/ax
- Graphics: ASRock AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula 16GB
- Memory: 32 GB (2x 16 GB) DDR4-3200
- SSD: 2 TB
Appropriately coupled with decals of Sega’s speedy mascot, Sonic, Sega’s PC/RC car will be awarded to a lucky fan who follows the company’s Japanese Twitter account and retweets the promotion below. The winner will also receive 23 Steam game codes for titles that include all of the Yakuza games and older hits such as Bayonetta and Vanquish.