EVGA’s newest PC gaming rig, the E1, is finally here. But it’ll cost you starting at $1,599.
On Tuesday, the company launched the desktop product, which ditches the traditional PC case. Instead, EVGA decided to create a gaming PC that uses a cable suspension system to hold the motherboard in the center of a 100% carbon fiber frame that weighs in at only 2.76 pounds.
The result is a radical looking PC desktop system that stands a two-feet high. EVGA introduced the E1 back in January, and now the company is ready to sell it(Opens in a new window). The E1 starts at $1,599, but only for the carbon fiber frame, which includes the cable suspension system, analog temperature gauges and the I/O ports.
The vendor is also selling the E1 for $3,699, which adds an Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti graphics card and a 1600 watt power supply.
But if you really have money to spare, you can buy the E1 “Bare Bones Kit” for $4,999. The package includes the RTX 3090 Ti GPU, the 1600W power supply along with an EVGA Z690 “DARK K|NGP|N” motherboard, the company’s PowerLink 52u, and a premium shipping case, which has an $800 value. But despite the high price, you’ll still need to buy the Intel CPU and the RAM.
The prices certainly look insane. But back in January, EVGA said it only planned on selling the E1 in extremely limited quantities. So it’s more of a product for the most hardcore PC buidlers.
On the downside, the E1 has no outer protective casing, so you’ll need to keep your pets and small children away. But the resulting system promises to have great airflow. You can see the full specs here(Opens in a new window).
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