Corsair Bulldog DIY PC is all about 4K TV Gaming

by June 11, 2015 0 comments

Composed of a DIY kit with a stylish gaming console-sized chassis, liquid CPU cooler, power supply, and motherboard, and designed with plenty of space for customization and upgrades, Bulldog provides the foundation for users to build the ultimate living room PC. Using its proprietary liquid CPU and GPU cooling technology, Corsair condensed the desktop PC computing performance into Bulldog’s compact form factor.

Bulldog is designed with PC enthusiasts in mind, incorporating a builder-friendly layout and tool-free features, and using standard mini-ITX motherboards and SFX12V PSUs for future-proof upgradeability so users can keep pace as games and hardware evolve. Since Bulldog provides the foundation of a full PC, users can choose the OS that suits their needs: Windows, SteamOS, or Linux.

Bulldog includes a dedicated liquid cooler for the CPU, with an optional GPU liquid cooling kit available separately. Both the included Hydro Series H5SF liquid CPU cooler and an HG10-equipped graphics card allow users to simultaneously overclock both components, giving the system the potential to run faster – and quieter – than a conventional desktop gaming PC. In addition, Corsair has partnered with NVIDIA and MSI to integrate Corsair liquid cooling technology into GeForce graphics cards. The cards will be made available by MSI and will include initially include the GeForce GTX Titan X, GTX 980, GTX 970, and the just announced GeForce GTX 980 Ti.

Bulldog Features:

  • Bulldog DIY kit:
    • Chassis –Provides a highly ventilated, stylish, compact console design that enhances the living room and keeps PC components cool.
    • SFX power supply – Offers high-efficiency 600 watts of power in standard SFX12V form factor that runs  smooth and quiet.
    • Mini-ITX motherboard – Supports the latest multi-core desktop PC CPUs.
    • Hydro Series H5SF small form factor liquid CPU cooler – Quietly cools the fastest CPUs while exhausting heat from the chassis.
  • Optional: Drop-in ready liquid-cooled graphics cards will be announced soon.

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