As part of the new overhaul of our Reign Gaming line-up, our Core range of custom gaming PCs, the Reign Sentries, will see quite the facelift with some of the latest and most exciting hardware offerings from NVIDIA, AMD and Intel, giving gamers, streamers and content creators the ability to play, edit and stream without limits.
Set to eventually see a total of 12 new custom gaming systems, sporting a range of GPUs from NVIDIA's 30 series cards, as well as AMD's RX 6000 series of GPUs, and Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, our core range is kicking off with our new and improved Reign Sentry MKII and MKIV Gaming PCs.
"The Reign Sentry MKII and Reign Sentry MKIV are both built to handle smooth gaming at 1080p and 1440p, making use of the RTX 3070 and Intel's Unlocked 10th Gen Processors, with the MKIV offering a superior i7 10700K and AIO cooling solution," said Oliver Furby, PC Brand Manager at Novatech Ltd. "This combination provides Sentry owners with a seamless content creation experience."
Featuring whisper-quiet fans, vibration dampening, and ultra-fast boot times thanks to their M.2 NVMe SSDs, all Reign Sentry systems stay cool, quiet, and run fast, no matter how extreme the workload.
The new GeForce RTX 3070 is powered by NVIDIA's improved Ampere architecture, offering gamers 2080Ti level performance for only a fraction of the cost. Built with enhanced, 2nd Generation Ray Tracing Cores and 8GB of high-speed GDDR6 memory, the RTX 3070 gives gamers the power to tackle the most graphically demanding games at maximum settings, and high refresh rates, in either 1080p or 1440p resolutions. And if high refresh rates aren't a priority, then the RTX 3070 will also maintain a steady 60+fps in a wide variety of AAA games at 4K.
With the combination of high-performance graphics, high refresh rates and lightning fast boot times, it isn't hard to see why so many people love the Reign Sentry range.
Don't let your PC dictate your gaming. Choose your very own Sentry today, and play it all!
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