Sega builds world’s fastest “gaming PC to celebrate Steam sales

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Anyone who is passionate about overclocking knows that the competition for the world’s fastest gaming PC is very challenging, so Sega decided to move the playing field.

Anyone who is passionate about overclocking knows that the competition for the world’s fastest gaming PC is very challenging, so Sega decided to move the playing field.

To build the world’s “fastest” gaming PC, Sonic House teamed up with Intel, ASRock, G-Force and Masami Hirosaka to build a PC that actually runs really fast … on a track.

Apparently, the RC controller PC, which was built to celebrate the ongoing Steam Winter Sale, can run at 100 mph. It’s fast, okay for a box on wheels.

The PC / RC car will actually be presented to a user who follows Sega’s Japanese Twitter account and retweets this tweet but can only be delivered in Japan according to the rules.

The prize also includes 23 codes for Sega games on Steam.

Here are the specifications:

  • Maximum speed: 100 km / h
  • CPU: 12th generation Intel Core i9-12900K processor
  • Motherboard: ASRock Z690M-ITX / ax
  • Graphics: ASRock Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula 16GB
  • Memory: 32GB KIT (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200
  • SSD: 2000GB

Below you can see two videos showing it off.

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