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Dreamcore's new Dream Machine lineup is all about shrinking the form factor

By Aaron Yip - on 4 Jul 2021, 3:20am

Dreamcore's new Dream Machine lineup is all about shrinking the form factor

Note: This article was first published on 18 June 2021.

Image: Dreamcore

Dreamcore has announced an all-new sleek Dream Machine lineup of custom-built PCs, consisting of the Dream Machine and the Dream Machine Pro. The company is trying to redefine how small form factor (SFF) PCs fit into the modern home aesthetic, while also delivering big on the performance front. 

Dreamcore’s new Dream Machines are a little ways off from what one might imagine a powerful PC to look like. This is the first and only SFF custom PC lineup in Singapore that sports dark-tinted dual tempered glass side panels, allowing for a classy window into the machine’s innards. On display are the vertically mounted graphics card and AIO CPU liquid cooler in a sandwiched-style configuration. 

Image: Dreamcore

Of course, style isn’t everything. In terms of performance, the Dream Machine is curated for gamers - offering up to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card paired with top of the line Intel and AMD desktop processors at just 15.7L. If you’re looking for a really powerful PC, this will certainly do the trick. 

The Dream Machine Pro comes in at 25.9L for content creators and users who demand the most out of their PC. This machine boasts, “one of the world’s most flexible ITX systems,” according to Dreamcore with endless possibilities of configurations without compromising on any level. It’s worth noting that both the Dream Machine and Dream Machine Pro can be fully customised for anyone who wants a specific combination of CPU, graphics cards, motherboards and so on. 

Image: Dreamcore

You can find full customisation and Dream Build options for this lineup on Dreamcore’s website. A fully customisable Dream Machine will start at S$1660 in pricing, while the Dream Machine Dream Build starts at S$2495. Until 11 July, 2021 however, Dreamcore is holding storewide discounts on both machines’ Dream Builds. 

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