EVGA Shows Off New Extreme Gaming Rig with 3K Carbon Fiber Frame and Other Premium Components

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EVGA has shared a video demonstrating its new extreme gaming rig, the E1.

Serving as a testament to the engineering knowledge that the manufacturer has built up over the years, the E1 boasts unique features such as a frame that’s fully composed of 3K plain weave carbon fiber, enabling a light weight of just 2.76 pounds. It’s also naturally outfitted with some of EVGA’s latest premium hardware, such as K|NGP|N-branded components.

E1 Hardware

  • K|NGP|N Graphics Card
  • Z690 DARK K|NGP|N Motherboard
  • 1600W Titanium Power Supply With Limited 3K Carbon Fiber Finish
  • 7th Gen Closed Loop Cooler
  • Analog Gauges

“Back in 1999 when EVGA first was founded, graphics cards were basic,” the company wrote before pointing out some of the key technologies that it has provided hardware enthusiasts over the years.

“EVGA was the first to introduce Heat Pipe Cooling and iCX Technology along with 4-Way SLI bringing more benefits to gamers. In 2012, EVGA introduced its first Power Supply. Through quality and features EVGA has become a top choice for Power Supplies when gamers are building their systems. E1 continues the tradition of top tier hardware for gamers.”

Described as extremely limited, the E1 will be avaialble to EVGA members only.

Source: EVGA

Tsing Mui
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