The 8Pack Rocket: Ultra-Portable LAN PC priced at £4699.99!

Aesthetically unparalleled. Uncompromised in performance. Most popularly known for pushing PCs past their limits and holding multiple records at the world’s largest overclocking events, Ian “8Pack” Parry is no stranger when it comes to breaking the laws of what many PC enthusiasts would commonly consider to be the impossible.

M8-pack-rocketeet the 8Pack Rocket. Distinctly crafted, highly refined and equipped with nothing less than the best, 8Pack’s latest beast isn’t one that’s happy being confined to the home. Designed for portability and travel, all-the-while packing the power; the 8Pack Rocket is an overclocked powerhouse for on-the-go performance that’s perfect for LAN parties.

Powering the heart of this competition-crushing showstopper resides an Intel core i5 6600K processor. Unchained by the standards set by Intel, this quad-core menace has been set free by the manufacturer’s limits – pushing over 4.8 GHz without breaking a sweat!

Suited and booted with clear dual reservoirs along with dual loop watercooling passing through a Radeon R9 FuryX graphics card. While the machine has been tightly tuned and deeply tested as to ensure zero bottlenecks and consistent efficiency, every rocket requires fuel. Providing the sustenance needed for such level of supremacy rests a Silverstone Strider 600W power supply.

The support given with all 8Pack systems is unparalleled, customers will receive 8Packs mobile phone number to contact him if there were any issues or support queries, and they also come with labour free for 5 years.


Standard Specification:

Graphics Card: Radeon R9 FuryX (Water cooled)

Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3200 MHz

Processor: Intel Core i5 6600K overclocked to 4.8GHz+

Storage: 512GB NVME Storage Drive and 1TB Samsung SSD

Motherboard: ASUS Z170I Pro Gamer ITX

PSU: 600W Silverstone Strider SFX

Case: Custom 8Pack Edition case with a customised dual loop and dual transparent reservoirs with Aquero integration and custom Pexon braided cables

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