Corsair has revealed its production version of the Corsair Bulldog DIY 4K-capable Gaming PC. The Bulldog is a bare-bones PC and ready to build an extremely powerful PC in a console sized, so it can fit into the living room. Corsair Bulldog will be pre-configured as a DIY kit features an SFX power supply, CPU and GPU hybrid liquid cooling and an ITX motherboard.
The idea behind Corsair Bulldog is to simplify component selection and allow the less-experienced builders to build their own PC. Also, it will be a great Steam machine, which power full enough to run games in 4K.
Bulldog DIY kit specification:
Bulldog chassis – Highly ventilated, stylish, compact console design enhances living spaces and keeps PC components cool and quiet
600 watt SFX power supply – Highly-efficient, cool and quiet in standard form factor
Hydro Series H5SF small form factor liquid CPU cooler – Quietly cools the fastest CPUs while exhausting heat from the chassis.
Intel® Z170 chipset with support for 6th generation Intel Core™ processor
PCI Express 3.0 16x slot
2 memory slots with support for 32GB of DDR4 at 2400MHz+
USB 3.0 and SATA ports
1 channel audio, via S/PDIF optical or 3 analog ports
Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 4.1
Corsair Bulldog will available in Q1 2016 with three variants, One without a motherboard MSRP of $299, second as a basic kit for MSRP $399 USD and thread a complete system which specification still not finalize, so price is available for now.