Sega collaborated with Intel and ASRock to create the “world’s fastest PC,” literally. This system not only has some of the best components available on the market today but it is also mounted on a remote control car that reaches a top speed of 100 km / h.
This system includes an Intel Core i9-12900K processor, an ASRock Radeon RX 6900XT OC Formula board, 32GB of dual-channel RAM, and a 2TB M.2 SSD. All of this was assembled into a short, yet compact chassis adorned with images of Sonic to represent its high speed and includes classic Sega Atlus titles for PC.
Sega explained that this project is intended to celebrate Steam’s winter sales, which last until January 5, and include many discounted Sega titles. In addition, the company is running a competition on social media, and the winner (who must be a resident of Japan, sadly) will receive “the fastest PC in the world” as a gift.
Its design may not be the most elegant globally, but it has the power and speed combined to claim the title of fastest. Let’s hope that the winner of this particular vehicle is a good driver or that they take out some insurance since it is likely that the components will not withstand the impacts at 100KM / h.