This B&H Kit includes the Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Computer Case with an Intel Core i7-3770K Processor and an ASUS Republic of Gamers P8Z77-V Pro / Thunderbolt LGA-1155 Intel Z77 Chipset Motherboard to provide the ultimate gaming experience. First, the gaming computer case is a mid-tower case compatible with ATX form-factor motherboards. Along with the motherboard, the expansion options are nearly endless with the ability to mount up to six 3.5" internal hard drives and three 5.25" external drives. Keep your hardware cool with one 200mm and three 120mm TriCool Case fans for efficient cooling.
The included Intel Core i7-3770K processor packs a punch with 3.5GHz processing power. If 3.5GHz doesn't suit your computing needs, you can overclock your processor to 3.9GHz for the added power often needed to support advanced functions. This quad core processor packs 8MB cache memory as well as integrated Intel HD graphics 4000 graphics virtually eliminating the need for any additional graphics hardware.
Your computer isn't complete without the motherboard. Completing this kit is the ASUS P8Z77-V Pro motherboard. This motherboard is compatible with Intel Core i7 / i5 / and i3 processors making it versatile yet powerful enough to handle a variety of computing needs. The Z77 Chipset allows for enhanced performance and increased responsiveness. Connecting a variety of peripherals is simple as this motherboard supports USB 3.0 with UASP and VGA connectivity.
This kit covers nearly every aspect of building your own computer. The case neatly houses all of the components as well as provides a means for future expansion. The Intel Core i7 processor provides the necessary computing power to run multiple multimedia functions simultaneously. The backbone of the computer, the motherboard, comes equipped with a variety of expansion and compatibility options for added customization of your machine.
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ASUS Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Computer Case Kit With Intel Core i7-3770K Processor & ASUS Republic of Gamers P8Z77-V Motherboard Review