Under the hood, or more accurately, behind the mesh, the Legend Limited version of the Elevate we tested uses top-tier name-brand components. This unit uses the aforementioned Fractal Design North charcoal black mesh case, and future builds will be available with the option of a Corsair case. Inside, the configuration we tested includes an Intel Core i9-13900KF CPU, which is cooled by a Noctua 120mm Chromax Cooler and is set in an MSI Pro Z790-A WiFi motherboard. The Core i9-13900KF is just about the best CPU you can buy for gaming right now, the MSI Pro Z790-A WiFi is a premium quality motherboard, and Noctua makes the best air coolers and fans in the business.
The Asus TUF RTX 4070 Ti in the configuration we tested isn’t as powerful as its big brother the RTX 4090, but the 4070 Ti is still a super powerful card nonetheless. Its massive, chunky profile dominates the interior of the case, and its 12GB of GDDR6X VRAM gives you plenty of headroom to run video RAM-dependent modern games.
For storage, this Elevate PC came equipped with a WD Black SN850x Gen 4 2TB NVMe solid-state drive. This is an extremely fast SSD, and it complements the 32GB of 6000 MHz Corsair Vengeance RAM. Finally, the Corsair RM1000x Shift power supply has plenty of juice for the cutting-edge components it must support.
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