Gigabyte’s new Project Stealth Kit allows users to hide cables inside their gaming PCs.
Gigabyte’s Wireless Gaming PC
Gigabyte and Maingear announced Project Stealth, including a motherboard with all connections on the back, a case with appropriate cutouts, and a GPU with a power connector on the underside.
Maingear will be selling a complete pre-built system for Project Stealth, which includes:
- Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth motherboard
- RTX 3070 Gaming OC Stealth GPU
- Aorus C300G Stealth Case
Gigabyte’s announcement refers to a 2011 patent held by Maingear chief executive Wallace Santos, and the two companies are working together on a cable-free build.
Project Stealth gives you a new way to build your PC. No wires or cables to clutter your desktop, a faster assembly time, smoother airflow, and better performance. You can have a cableless desktop PC.
Your PC will be crowned with spectacular Alder Lake’s performance in all its gaming glory, backed by the most robust power delivery and dominant thermal design.
The case has been re-designed to fit the headers on the motherboard’s backside. In addition, there are now power connectors underneath the graphics card. So you can hide the power cable on the other side of the case.
A new design makes it easier to attach the board’s 8-pin power connector. In addition, finding the right cable management option is easier now.
In addition to being a game-changing initiative, Project Stealth also illustrates that GIGABYTE is user-centric.
I haven’t purchased anything Gigabyte-branded for maybe 15 years. Anyhow, putting all that aside, I’ve got to say that this looks interesting.