The less-is-more appeal has been catching on in recent years, and the gaming market is no exception. Where bold and vibrant RGB lighting used to be the trend, low-profile and muted designs are now the coolest kids on the block.
Aftershock PC, in light of the shifting landscape, has announced two new offerings to address this increasing demand for a clean, minimalist aesthetic. The Templar and Cloud custom PC builds will be taking on an all-white look, with its assembly of elusive components making the theme more accessible to customers.
Both models will feature panels and glass cases that are drenched completely in white, but for different users in mind. The Templar, designed for those in need for high-end computing power, offers a powerful configuration of up to a GIGABYTE RTX 3090 Vision OC 24GB GPU and a Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX 240mm White cooler that can be paired with either the NZXT H510i White Chassis or the Lian Li O11D White Chassis.
Meanwhile, the Cloud caters to performance-minded users who have a leaner wallet. Built on the company’s Cloud Air Chassis technology, its Super Fine Mesh Face Plate serves as dust protection, with component choices starting from a GIGABYTE GTX 1650 Eagle OC 4G GPU, and the Aftershock M-40 Frost White Edition air-cooling or Aftershock Spectra Glacier Mirror 240mm White water-cooling solutions.
As is the case with all Aftershock models, the new all-white lineup will also allow customers to choose from a wide range of white components for both Intel and AMD chipsets.
The Templar and Cloud custom PCs are now available for purchase at Aftershock PC’s website. Prices start from S$2,040 and S$1,275 respectively, with options for warranty extensions – three years by default – and doorstep pick-up included.