Project Stealth wants to remove the exposed wires in the cabinet. Line has a custom Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth motherboard and case
In partnership with North American PC assembler Maingear, this Friday (20) gigabyte announced its new line of Stealth productswhich includes the motherboard Z690 Aorus Elite Stealtha video card RTX 3070 Stealth OC Gaming and also a office brand new mid-tower, called Aorus C300G Stealth Case.
All products in the Stealth range have been designed to create extremely refined looking constructions, without exposed cables or connectors.
For this, the Parts use proprietary technologies that relocate power and data connectors to the back of the PCB (for the motherboard) and under the graphics card.
With this repositioning, Gigabyte and Maingear plan to make the internal appearance of the case cleaner, by hiding parts such as connectors USB, audio, ATX source and even those used to connect the front of the case. This should both make equipment assembly easier and improve internal airflow to the components. Check below how the repositioned connectors on the Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth motherboard were:
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Inside the Stealth Project
Although they are separate parts, the products in the Stealth line are truly designed to work together. the proof is the Aorus C300G Stealth Case, which already comes with cutouts positioned specifically to change the orientation of the connectors of the motherboard.
They allow you to quickly access the installation of cables and greatly facilitate the assembly of your computer as a whole. Also note the cable ties and velcro straps pre-installed of manufactures.
Speaking specifically of the RTX 3070 Gaming OC Stealth GPU, Gigabyte showed power connections went under board, which allows the direct connection of the power supply without the cables being visible. The result is a much more organized look, showcasing internal lighting and parts such as the liquid cooler.
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the complete package
For those who don’t want to spend time building a custom PC, the manufacturer Maingear will offer the possibility to buy the Stealth Gaming desktop computer out of the boxusing the components announced today.
The brand points out that the Desktop Stealth will have multiple selectable hardware configurationsincluding a choice of the latest DDR5 RAM modules on the market as well as high-speed PCIe Gen 4 NVME storage drives.
All pre-assembled machines will leave from the Maingear factory in New Jersey, USA, but the brand has yet to release an exact launch date or pricing.
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