Solidigm SSDs Offer Speed and Performance to MAINGEAR’s New MG-1 Gaming Desktop

Solidigm has been chosen by award-winning PC systems integrator MAINGEAR to be the storage affiliate for the company’s new mid-tower gaming desktop, the MAINGEAR MG-1. Solidigm’s P41 Plus and P44 Pro SSDs are the default storage options for the customizable desktop and game ready pre-configured systems, which offers gamers unprecedented performance at competitive prices. 

 

The MAINGEAR MG-1 has been designed in collaboration with top gaming influencer and professional esports player Michael “shroud” Grzesiek, and a special “shroud Edition” of the MG-1 is available.

 

“Solidigm is thrilled to be the storage affiliate for MAINGEAR’s new line of PCs. MAINGEAR is a trendsetter among system integrators, and where they lead many will follow,” said Avi Shetty, senior director of strategic planning and marketing at Solidigm. “Their choice to make the P41 Plus and P44 Pro SSDs the default options in their new builds speak to their commitment to an excellent user experience, and we look forward to accelerating our collaboration in the years to come.”

 

Full details can be found in the company’s press release and at the following links:

www.maingear.com/solidigm-p44 

www.maingear.com/mg1

www.maingear.com/shroud

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Solidigm is a leading global provider of innovative NAND flash memory solutions. Solidigm technology unlocks data’s unlimited potential for customers, enabling them to fuel human advancement. Our origins reflect Intel’s longstanding innovation in memory products and SK hynix’s international leadership and scale in the semiconductor industry. Solidigm became a standalone U.S. subsidiary under SK hynix in December 2021. Headquartered in San Jose, CA, Solidigm is powered by the inventiveness of more than 2,000 employees in 20 locations around the world. For more information, please visit solidigm.com and follow us on Twitter at @Solidigm and on LinkedIn.

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