ASRock works on gaming PC along with BMW

That’s right – the acclaimed Taiwanese motherboard manufacturer ASRock currently works on a new gaming PC in partnership with the US company DesignWorks USA –itself a company of the German automotive giant BMW. The computer is currently known as M8 and sports a chassis designed by BMW.

The tech specs of the M8 are still unknown but judging from the leaked pictures the M8 will come with a spectacular chassis made out of anodized aluminum and featuring an acrylic window to one side. Up front the chassis will have a special knob that will allow for fine-tuning of the system as well as some monitoring information. The M8 will also have an integrated OLED display that will show critical system information such as the CPU temperature. In addition the upcoming gaming PC will support the fastest possible 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 and will sport a great sound processor – the Creative SoundCore 3D.The M8 can be also situated horizontally or vertically.

The pricing and the official release dates are unknown.

(picture courtesy of dexigner.com)


Source: HWP.ru

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