Sega’s aptly-named “fastest” PC, which debuts to celebrate its ongoing Steam holiday sale, can overtake most computers – if not most, then most certainly on the racetrack.
Refitted with an RC car chassis under its main body, which contains all of the valuable PC parts, the Sega PC also sells as a remote control vehicle that can reach up to 100 km / h. The company teased the device alongside the Steam winter sales in a tweet posted on Monda, on December 27, which features a long video of the PC rolling on a track at breakneck speeds.
The Sega PC has a multitude of high-end internals:
- MOBO: ASRock Z690M-ITX
- GPU: Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula with 16 GB of VRAM
- Processor: 12th Generation Intel Core i9-12900K
- RAM: 32 GB DDR4-3200
- SSD: 2 TB
Like a tweet in the long thread (translated from Japanese to English), “Not only physical speed, but processing speed is a serious specification! The benchmark score of” 3D MARK Time Spy “is” 20828 “! Steam games can also be played crispy! “
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To engineer this incredible feat of engineering, Sega worked alongside some of the biggest names in the PC space including Intel, G-Force and ASRock, in addition to world-renowned remote control car specialist Masami Hirosaka. The Japanese native is widely known as a successful RC car driver with a record 14 IFMAR World Championships to his name.
If the “fastest” slogan and additive wheels just weren’t enough for this PC, the well-known Sega character from Sonic the Hedgehog rides the sides of the box, his legs spread wide in an infinity symbol. alongside the slogan, “Unstoppable for generations.” It might not be a Sega Saturn, but it’s enough anyway.
Sega also released a full video on YouTube highlighting the design and creation of the PC and its functionality on the track. One lucky Japan-based Twitter user will have the chance to win this impeccable Sega PC simply by retweeting the aforementioned post to Sega’s official Twitter account.
the Sega Steam sale 2021, which commemorates the company’s 60 long years of activity, showcases some of the most amazing experiences from its gaming pantheon. Various Sega Genesis classics, the Dreamcast collection and many more are all on sale via Steam from 60% off and up to 90% off.
Grab the deals and revisit some of Sega’s most beloved classics before the sale ends on January 5, 2022.
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