Rockstar Giving Away GTA 5-Themed, One-of-a-Kind Desktop PC
Get your hands on this system and you'll be able to play in 4K at 60 frames per second.
After a lengthy wait, Grand Theft Auto V is finally available on PC. To coincide with its release earlier this week, Rockstar is now giving away a one-of-a-kind desktop computer that is... sufficient for running the game.
Allow me to be more specific: This thing likely blows what you already have out of the water, as it comes equipped with a six-core Intel i7 5930K, a 750 series SSD (the size wasn't specified), 32GB of DDR4 RAM, two Nvidia Titan X cards, and liquid cooling.
Those specs comfortably surpass even the recommended hardware for playing GTA V, and Rockstar says you'll be able to run the game at 4K and 60 frames per second. That's certainly the ideal way to play, as we've already seen how beautiful the game can be at that resolution.
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And, as you no doubt noticed in the picture above, the case sports GTA V's "V" logo on the side and some subtle green LED lighting, though that's controlled through software and can be changed.
Built by PC seller Digital Storm, this truly is a one-of-a-kind system, and winning the giveaway is your only chance of getting your hands on it. You can enter from now until May 1 at the Rockstar Social Club website. The full rules can be found here, but you will need to be 18 or older to win.
For more on the PC version of GTA V, check out GameSpot's review.
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