MainGear Revolt series comes with RTX 4060 up to 4090 graphics
A mini-ITX system with a handle.
MainGear has unveiled an exciting new line of Revolt gaming PCs, which belong to their exclusive Drops collection. This collection comprises handcrafted and pre-configured systems with limited availability. The Revolt series will debut with six different configurations, catering to a wide range of budgets.
These systems are built around the Hyte Revolt 3 chassis, a case priced at $129 designed for Mini-ITX setups. Surprisingly, these Mini-ITX configurations offer similar specifications to Maingear’s premium ATX “North Series,” and they come in at a slightly less budget-friendly price point. Creating Mini-ITX systems demands attention to detail and extensive testing, particularly to ensure efficient thermal management, especially when pushing the GPU to the limit, with configurations going up to the RTX 4090.
According to the Maingear website, the entry-level model, equipped with an RTX 4060 and an i5-13400F processor, will be available at a price of $1499. For an additional $200, you can upgrade to the Ti variant of the GPU. Moving up the performance ladder, the RTX 4070 series starts at $2099, while the RTX 4080 configuration is priced at $3449. For those seeking the ultimate gaming experience, the flagship system, featuring a Core i9-13900K processor and an RTX 4090 GPU, is offered at $4549.
The system boasts some impressive features, such as an integrated handle, making it ideal for gamers who are frequently on the move or attend LAN parties. Additionally, the side panels are tool-free, making disassembly a breeze. Notably, the Mini-ITX motherboard is designed with downward-facing I/O ports, greatly enhancing cable management; although, in some cases, this configuration may not be the most practical.
It’s worth noting that we’re just three weeks away from the launch of the 14th Gen Core series. Therefore, investing in Revolt systems equipped with 13th Gen Core processors, especially at price points exceeding $2,000, may not be the wisest decision. Intel is likely to begin offering these CPUs at lower prices shortly, following the pattern we observed with the 12th Gen series.