Shwaza Animate/Premiere/Unreal Engine/Gaming/Streaming Workstation

Shwaza Description

Shwaza is a liquid-cooled workstation designed for use in Adobe Animate and Premiere, Unreal Engine 4, gaming, and streaming.

The owner is a recent college graduate, and needed a powerful workstation for his upcoming career in game development, as well as casual gaming and streaming.

This build is designed around an 8-core i9 9900K processor and an RTX 2080 8GB video card.

This build uses several components selected for visual appeal by the client, including: CPU cooler, memory, GPU, case, and fans.

Shwaza System Spec

i9-9900K | H100i RGB PLATINUM SE | Z390 Aorus Elite | Vengeance LPX White 2x16GB DDR4-2666 | EX920 500GB | EX920 1TB | Blue 1TB | RTX 2080 8GB Gaming OC (White) | 570X White | SuperNOVA G3 750 | Windows 10 Home | ML120 Pro LED White | HD60 Pro

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Shwaza Animate/Premiere/Unreal Engine/Gaming/Streaming Workstation

Customer Review

“Amazing service, they really worked with me to know exactly what I needed in a computer and how to provide that.

They keep me updated at every step in the process and answered every question I had.”

- Chad, Clayton NC


A modern version of Shwaza is $4500. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.

Extended Warranties

This system is available with extended warranties.

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