Maingear F131

Maingear F131
alaScore 91

10 Tests

Mai 2019

alaTest hat 10 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Maingear F131 zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.2/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.2/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie PC Systeme. Am positivsten ist den Testern das Preisleistungsverhältnis aufgefallen. Die Größe wird ebenfalls positiv bewertet.

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Expertenbewertung von : Jeff Bakalar (cnet.com)

Maingear F131 is liquid-cooled PC gaming like you've never seen

 

No, this isn't a flux capacitor. It's Maingear's F131, an amazingly engineered PC packed with a custom APEX liquid-cooling block.

Aug 2018

Expertenbewertung von : Alex Cocilova (pcworld.com)

Maingear F131 Super Stock

 

Acoustic-dampening panels keep things quiet ; Readily accessible internal bays

Plain, boring case

Maingear's F131 Super Stock clambers to the top of our mainstream chart in a hard-fought battle.

Apr 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Nate Ralph (pcworld.com)

Maingear F131

 

The Maingear F131 hits the upper limits of the mainstream PC category, in both performance and cost. But you get quite a lot of bang for your buck, as the F131 delivers much of the muscle and flexibility of beefier machines, at a respectable price of...

User-friendly chassis ; Chart-topping performance

Dual-core processor may be an Achilles' heel

Offering a strong overclock and a readily accessible chassis, Maingear's F131 clambers to the top of the mainstream PC chart.

Aug 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Jon L. Jacobi (pcworld.com)

Maingear F131 Desktop Review

 

Super expandable ; Liquid-cooled

Only one front USB port

The F131 gaming PC uses AMD's latest technology and provides room for tweaks and upgrades as your needs increase.

Mai 2009

Editor's Choice!

Expertenbewertung von (pcmag.com)

Maingear F131 Super Stock

 

So the combination of an overclocked quad-core processor and dual high-end/mainstream graphics cards gives you a $2,300 hardcore rig that can play with the $4,000-$6,000 desktops: that's a lot to like. The F131 certainly trounces our previous...

Massively overclocked processor. Very good gaming performance. Plenty of internal expansion room, particularly hard drives

You may need a little fiddling with the internal SATA cage. Only one-year warranty. Small C: drive

The Maingear F131 Super Stock is an overclocked beast for the game grid. It has stratospheric performance, but better yet it doesn't have a stratospheric price tag.

Expertenbewertung von : David Murphy (maximumpc.com)

Maingear F131

 

Hoo-hoo! That's an exact recreation of the noise we made when opening the box containing Maingear's F131 desktop rig. But “rig” might be too generic a description for the bright-blue machine; “behemoth” seems more appropriate. For in every...

Still, when you’re running with a frame rate in the hundreds on some of today’s most punishing games, we doubt that fan noise will be much of a concern. You’re certainly getting what you pay for with the F131. With just a wee bit of additional...

Jan 2007

Editor's Choice

Expertenbewertung von : Sherri L. Smith (tomsguide.com)

Maingear F131 Review: A $10,000 Marvel of Art and Design

 

It's not every day I review a desktop that costs almost $10,000. But when I do, it's gotta be a Maingear. From its ultra-luxe, head-turning Chameleon paint to its supercharged components, including a Core i9 CPU and two GTX 1080Ti GPUs, this machine...

Drool-worthy looks ; Innovative cooling system ; Impressively powerful gaming and overall performance ; Tons of customization options

Extremely expensive

The Maingear F131 offers outrageous amounts of power in a captivating chassis with an innovative cooling system, but that all costs a pretty penny.

Sep 2018

Expertenbewertung von : Matt Safford (computershopper.com)

Maingear F131 Super Stock Review and Ratings

 

Maingear's F131 Super Stock makes room for dual-graphics and multi-drive setups without occupying much floor space. In our GTX Titan review configuration, it bested other SFF systems we've tested, but also costs a good deal more.

Stunning performance for a compact gaming PC ; Small footprint won't take up much desk or floor space

Larger than many compact gaming towers ; Bottom-mounted power supply complicates cable management ; Kicks out a lot of heat and noticeable fan noise

If there's lots of room in your gaming haven, and you like the idea of a system with lots of internal expansion for adding extra components in the future, the F131 Super Stock probably isn't the best fit your you, nor is any SFF machine.

Apr 2013

Expertenbewertung von : Tim Roper (tweaktown.com)

MAINGEAR F131 P55 SLI Custom Gaming PC

 

We've gotten our hands on an over-clocked SLI gaming rig. Join us as we put the pedal down on the MAINGEAR F131.

Sep 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Matthew Murray (computershopper.com)

Maingear F131 Review and Ratings

 

The Core i7-based Maingear F131 is one of the fastest systems we've ever tested, but you'll have to pay for that speed.

Outstanding performance ; Lots of features, expandability options

Some lower-priced Core i7 desktops offer nearly equivalent performance

Dez 2008