Gigabyte and Maingear’s Stealth project hides all cables

Gigabyte and Maingear teamed up to help PC users create a chassis with less visible cables and connectors. They’re releasing an assembly toolkit called Project Stealth. Next to Stealth gaming PCs.

Project Stealth consists of the motherboard, video card, and computer case. Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth motherboard transfers all connectors such as atx power, CPU power, fans, USB, audio, front panel, etc. to the back of the motherboard, designed to simplify cable management and installation. The RTX 3070 Gaming OC Stealth features a rear-mounted PCI Express power connector design. Finally, the Aorus C300G Stealth housing features custom cutouts for easy cable routing and easy installation.

Ghost gaming computer

To make things even easier, Maingear comes with Stealth Gaming PC, a complete solution with all Stealth components already integrated. The computer will be available in several configurations, with DDR5 memory, for example a PCI-Express 4.0 NVME M.2 SSD. Each desktop is built by Mainstream in New Jersey, United States.

According to a Gigabyte press release, the ingredients are already available, but they haven’t yet appeared in our product comparison.

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