It looks like Maingear and Razer has partnered up once again to create a custom gaming PC. This time round both companies have collaborated to create the beastly R2 Razer Edition gaming PC. It should be noted that the R2 Razer Edition is a small form factor gaming PC, which features liquid-cooling as well.
Let’s first talk about the design. Aesthetics-wise, the Maingear R2 Razer Edition gaming PC features a minimalistic chassis that is endowed with Razer’s signature green accents. A Razer logo is also boldly etched on the “angular” front panel. According to Maingear, the R2 Razer Edition gaming PC is apparently 50% smaller than last year’s variant (R1 Razer Edition).
When it comes to specifications, the Maingear R2 Razer Edition is compatible with mini-ITX motherboards from both Intel and AMD. Judging from the photos, it seems that this small form factor gaming PC will be able to house a full-sized graphics card as well. That aside, Maingear did mention that the R2 Razer Edition will eventually support mini-ITX X299 motherboards when they become available in the coming months.
When it comes to pricing, a pre-built AMD-based R2 Razer Edition is priced at US$1,099 (about RM4,710), while an Intel-based configuration comes with a price tag of US$1,119 (around RM5,138) – both of these configurations, however, do not come with liquid-cooling components. Meanwhile, the “Super Stock” configuration of this custom gaming PC, which is fitted with all the high-end components, is priced at US$4,299 (approximately RM18,425).