Sega Built The World’s Fastest Wheeled Gaming PC And You Have To See It In Action

When you think of “the world’s fastest gaming PC”, you have no reason to think of Sega. It’s not like the venerable video game company sells gaming PCs, or even PC components. Well, in a clever pun, Sega is indeed claiming the title of “World’s Fastest Gaming PC”, with an Intel-powered machine that hits a top speed of 100 kilometers per hour.

Indeed, the silly contraption above is a fully functional gaming PC. It has a reasonably legitimate claim to the “world’s fastest gaming PC” even based on its PC hardware: Built on an ASRock Z690M-ITX / ax motherboard, it packs an Intel Core i9-12900K Alder Lake processor. , 32 GB of DDR4 memory at 3200 MT / s, and an ASRock Radeon RX 6900XT OC Formula graphics card. Of course, it’s also a super-fast remote-controlled car that can haul the system – tucked securely into its square chassis – at speeds that many scooters to shame.

The whole project is a stunt, of course, and it’s meant to draw attention to Sega’s presence in the Steam winter sales. Sega has been aggressively wearing and releasing its titles on the PC platform for quite some time now, and if there’s a Sega game you want, it could be up to 85% off right now.

In particular, the Yakuza The bundle of the first three (chronological) versions of the series is 65% off at $ 25, and you can purchase the last three games for an additional $ 30. If Japanese organized crime isn’t your thing, head over to Sega’s Steam sales page, where games like Humanity, Total war, and Personage are all significantly reduced.
Segas' fastest gaming PC
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Sega offers the “World’s Fastest Gaming PC,” of course, but you’ll need to be in Japan to be eligible. If you ARE in Japan, go to Sega Twitter and follow the instructions to enter for a chance to win one of the world’s most unique gaming PCs, even though the PC itself is built from standard parts.

Robert P. Miller