Aftershock PC launches new Artisan series PC gaming rig

Thinking of getting your dream PC but no time to research and wondering how to make it happen? Wait no more, as you can get the Artisan series just announced by local gaming machine maker Aftershock PC.

As the flagship series of Aftershock PC’s Ready To Ship (RTS) builds, the Artisan systems feature mouth-watering custom hand-made water tubing paired with unique components that gamers have been dreaming of. But yet, it is readily available for customers without the lengthy waiting times and expensive customisation costs associated with such builds.

Aftershock says that each build in the series will be launched as-and-when available with an announcement via its social channels. As the series features exclusive components, the builds are expected to have extremely limited quantities. To start, Aftershock will be unveiling three Artisan models today. They are Artisan 01, Artisan 02 (Intel | AMD),and Artisan 03.

The Aftershock Artisan 01. (Photo: Aftershock PC)

Aptly named the “Red Devil Edition”, the Artisan 01 (S$5,399) features a matte back hardline water cooling system with an extremely rare PowerColor Liquid Devil RX 6900XT 16GB graphics card and an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor in a Thermaltake Core P3 chassis.

The Artisan 02 (from S$4,599) comes in two variants of Intel Core i9 11900F or AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor. Both variants use the same Lian Li 011D chassis and feature the Gigabyte RTX 3080 Gaming OC Waterforce WB 10GB graphics card for superb graphics performance.

The Aftershock Artisan 02. (Photo: Aftershock PC)

Finally, the Artisan 03 (S$4,699) uses the Intel Core i7-12700KF processor with Gigabyte RTX 3080 Gaming OC Waterforce WB 10GB graphics card in a Lian Li 011D chassis. It gets the same handcrafted hardline liquid tubing as its Artisan cousins.

All these three Artisans models are as sleek and powerful as they get. And they are available immediately through Aftershock PC’s online store.

Trevor Tan

Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.
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