When people talk about the fastest PC, they usually mean performance. But Sega made the fastest computer in the literal sense.
The company built a system based on an ASRock motherboard and Intel Alder Lake processor and installed it all on a radio-controlled car model chassis. As a result, the PCs were able to literally accelerate to 100 km / h.
However, in terms of performance, we have one of the fastest options that can be assembled on conventional consumer components. PC includes Core i9-12900K, ASRock Z690M Mini-ITX, ASRock Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula 16GB, 32GB RAM and 2TB SSD.
The project was assembled for a reason, but in honor of the New Year’s Steam sale. There are 23 codes for Sega games on the PC drive, and the company will give away the PC itself. So the winner will get a very productive and very fast PC, as well as 23 games at once.