In Pictures: Extreme tech - 22 devices that go all out

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Fast: Maingear Shift Super Stock Desktop PC

Since the Maingear Shift Super Stock is a desktop PC for gamers, it has to be blazing fast—and it is.

The $8000 machine that PCWorld tested offered blistering frame rates even on demanding games played at their highest quality settings.

This beast is available in hundreds of bold colors with matching LED lighting. Maingear also offers a highly tuned watercooling loop as well as front hot-swappable bays, so it's easy to pull hard drives in and out.

Maingear Shift Super Stock Desktop PC | Starts at $2400

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