“This is the first time…” – Shroud reveals surprise partnership with $5,000 gaming PC rig

Popular streamer and pro-gamer Shroud, who is known for his exceptional skills in titles like Overwatch and Call of Duty, has revealed a huge surprise. The very famous player recently took to his YouTube channel to reveal the big news.

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For the first time, Shroud is partnering with a custom PC company. Not only that, he’s invested in it as he embarked on an exciting partnership to say the least.

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Shroud x MAINGEAR Partnership Officially Announced!

Yes, Shroud has partnered with MAINGEAR, the company known for making custom PCs with strong specs. In fact, the streamer itself has been an avid user of its products for a long time.

So it makes perfect sense that he finally decided to become a partner as well. However, it is a different experience for him compared to others who have already done such partnerships. “This is my first time doing this” he initially mentioned in his recent video.

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He showed off his latest game setup from MAINGEAR. What’s different about it, though, is that it’s designed in conjunction with the streamer itself. Under this newly announced partnership, interested gaming enthusiasts who want top performance can choose different PCs according to their preferences and budget.

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Speaking of budget, it doesn’t seem to be a problem at all in Shroud’s case. While touting his flagship MAINGEAR MG-1 setup, he revealed it cost him $5,000. Interestingly, it is also the best version one can have. Speaking of the PC itself, it boasts pure horsepower, fueled by the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090, coupled with an Intel Core i9-13900K and 360mm AiO cooler.

Furthermore, the MAINGEAR MG-1 Ultimate has a whopping 32 GB DDR5 RAM with a frequency of 6,000 MHz, aided by a 2TB Solidigm P44 Pro SSD. The deluxe PC uses an ASUS Maximus Z790 Hero motherboard and a 1000-watt power supply. That’s actually a great setup to have a spectacular experience.

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What do you think of the streamer’s latest collaboration and his $5,000 custom PC? Do you also want to have such a setup or not? Don’t forget to share your opinion. Let us know in the comments below.

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