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The incredibly sleek Aorus Project Stealth gaming PC will be coming to Singapore

By Hoots the Owl - on 26 May 2022, 9:49pm

The incredibly sleek Aorus Project Stealth gaming PC will be coming to Singapore

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Good cable management is crucial to making your system look good. There's nothing more cringe-inducing than looking at a high-end system that's a hornet's nest of cables. What's more, optimal cable management can help improve airflow in your system as well, ensuring that cool air can reach your components. 

As it turns out, Gigabyte and Maingear have created a custom PC for this exact purpose – making cable management simple and hassle-free.

Project Stealth is a unique combination of motherboard, graphics card, and chassis, designed to eliminate cable clutter, obstacles to installation, and any obstructions to airflow.

It does this with cleverly-placed headers that help simplify all cable routing in the case. It is built around the Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth motherboard, which moves all of the headers to the back so the cables can be hidden behind the motherboard tray.

This includes the power supply connections, USB, audio, and front panel headers as well. The PCIe power connectors of the GPU have also been moved below the card, which means the power cable can be fully hidden as well. The graphics card is a GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming OC Stealth cooled by Gigabyte's Windforce cooler.

The Aorus C300G case features special accommodations to fit this unique layout as well, with cutouts to assist with the installation process from the rear.

The end result is a PC that is blissfully easy to install and looks incredibly clean. Gigabyte will be selling Project Stealth as an assembly kit, while Maingear will be selling fully pre-built systems.

There's also good news for local PC builders hoping to get their hands on one. The assembly kit will be available to buy in Singapore, although there is no word on a release date or pricing yet.

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