Built using a liquid cooling solution by EKWB, the ZOTAC Gaming MEK Hero G1 A5837 desktop gaming PC also integrates a ZOTAC video card, namely the GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 8GB. This AMD Ryzen 7 5800X-powered PC also sports 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD + 1 TB HDD storage, and is now down to US$1,499.99 from a list price of US$1,999.99.
While most pre-build desktop gaming PCs come with air cooling, the ZOTAC Gaming MEK Hero G1 A5837 is a different beast. In this case, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X processor is cooled by an EKWB liquid cooling solution with a 240 mm radiator mounted on the top of the case. Thanks to a Black Friday Deal currently active on Amazon, the US$1,999.99 list price of this PC is now down to US$1,499.99.
The remaining hardware parts used in this machine include the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 8GB GDDR6 256-bit video card, 16GB (8GB X 2) dual channel DDR4 3200MHz memory, as well as both SSD and HDD storage (1 TB SSD and 1 TB HDD). The list of connectivity options is generous and includes quad-display-ready ports (one HDMI 2.1, 3 X DisplayPort 1.4a), as well as WiFi, Bluetooth, Gigabit LAN Ethernet, and multiple USB ports. The pre-installed operating system is Windows 10 Home.
The 25% discounted ZOTAC Gaming MEK Hero G1 A5837 only received 10 user ratings on Amazon so far. After these, its global rating is a reasonable 4.2/5, with 63% perfect scores and 22% 4/5 ratings, as well as 15% ratings of 1/5 stars. This desktop gaming PC is assembled in the US and comes covered with a one-year warranty for parts and 3 years for labor.
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