Aftershock PC is branching out into gaming monitors now. The company is best known for its line of value-for-money gaming machines, and its new PRISM+ brand of monitors takes a similar approach with top-notch specifications and a price you can stomach.
Aftershock has refreshed its line of S-series notebooks with Intel’s latest seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors. The S-series now comes with G-Sync panels by default, and the company also announced a new entry-level MX-series of notebooks equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti GPUs.
Aftershock has refreshed its high-end gaming notebook range with brand new NVIDIA 10-series Pascal GPUs and a host of new features. The update applies to its best-selling S series notebooks and the ultra-enthusiast W series laptops that are intended as serious desktop replacements.
Aftershock PC has announced the Ultracore, a custom gaming PC targeted at enthusiasts. The Ultracore goes all out in terms of performance, featuring support for Intel Extreme Edition processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI, and a custom-designed liquid cooling loop.
When the Aftershock Titan V2.1 came out last year with its SLI'ed NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980Ms, it pretty much shredded every benchmark we put it through. With Aftershock originally saying they might not be planning to refresh the Titan this year, imagine our surprise when they showed us the new Aftershock Titan 2016!
Local custom notebook and PC builder Aftershock is the first to offer the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card with their desktop systems. Read on to uncover more details about pricing and system specifications.
With NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 960M and 950M in stores now, it was just a matter of time before machines utilizing those cards appeared on the scene. The first one out of the gate? Aftershock's new SM line.