Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC

Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC. The Bulldog is a bare-bones PC and ready to build an extremely powerful PC in a console sized, so it can fit into the living room. Corsair Bulldog will be pre-configured as a DIY kit features an SFX power supply, CPU and GPU hybrid liquid cooling and an ITX motherboard.

Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC

The idea behind Corsair Bulldog is to simplify component selection and allow the less-experienced builders to build their own PC. Also, it will be a great Steam machine, which power full enough to run games in 4K.

Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC

Bulldog DIY kit specification:

  • Bulldog chassis – Highly ventilated, stylish, compact console design enhances living spaces and keeps PC components cool and quiet

  • 600 watt SFX power supply – Highly-efficient, cool and quiet in standard form factor

  • Hydro Series H5SF small form factor liquid CPU cooler – Quietly cools the fastest CPUs while exhausting heat from the chassis.

  • Mini-ITX motherboard

  • Intel® Z170 chipset with support for 6th generation Intel Core™ processor

  • PCI Express 3.0 16x slot

  • 2 memory slots with support for 32GB of DDR4 at 2400MHz+

  • USB 3.0 and SATA ports

  • 1 channel audio, via S/PDIF optical or 3 analog ports

  • Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 4.1

Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC

Corsair Bulldog will available in Q1 2016 with three variants, One without a motherboard MSRP of $299, second as a basic kit for MSRP $399 USD and thread a complete system which specification still not finalize, so price is available for now.

 

 

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