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Falcon Northwest Turns Tiki to Steam Machine

Tom's Hardware is no stranger to Falcon Northwest's Tiki (learn all about the Tiki's inception here), so it was like greeting an old friend when we saw the boutique PC builder's offering at Valve's Steam Machine event. Falcon Northwest is definitely going after the high-end here, with a GeForce GTX Titan and a custom paint job that could boost the machine's pricing up to $6000.

  • $1,799 -$6000
  • CPU: Customizable
  • RAM: 8-16 GB
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX TITAN
  • Storage: Up to 6 TB

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  • Au_equus
    what's the deal with the love affair with the gtx titan? or has the gtx 780 ti totally escaped them?
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  • firefoxx04
    $1800 and you dont get the best nvidia has to offer? Child please. for that price im expecting an intel 6 core and a 780ti.
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  • kensingtron
    Today's article was brought to you by the buzz word "SteamMachine"
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  • acktionhank
    The entire idea behind "steam machine" is going to flop unless company's start bringing solid $5-600 dollar machine to market.
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  • iamadev
    All of these companies jumping head first into the steam machine idea. I do not see things going well for them.
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  • officeguy
    As long as the computer works i don't care what it looks like, but damn, that is one sexy computer.
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  • back_by_demand
    For 6 grand I would expect to play all my games, good luck with SteamOS, enough with the stupid buzzword already
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  • bucknutty
    I hope it dual boots, at that price windows better be included.
    On a side note I would like to see a steam machine with 2 boot drives and a toggle switch on the front to flip between the Linux boot drive and the windows boot drive.
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  • fanchiuho
    what's the deal with the love affair with the gtx titan? or has the gtx 780 ti totally escaped them?
    Guess this is the last chance for Nvidia to clear out their Titans, whose sales were as still as swampwater after the 290X and 780Ti came.
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  • Djentleman
    Wth These companies are making steam machines look bad!
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