CUSTOMISE YOUR SYSTEM

WARRANTY (PREMIUM RANGE)

Premium AFTERSHOCK desktops come by default with a full 3 year on-site pickup and return warranty. We want to ensure you investment is well protected and service and support is key to our ideology at Aftershock PC. If you have selected a watercooled system, we will also maintain the water cooling system for you. System cleaning and future upgrades are also free of labour service charge.

WORKSTATION CHASSIS

Workstatation chassis require excellent airflow and good noise attenuation. At Aftershock we select units that we have tested to exceed in both these categories as well as being absolute works of art to emphasise both minimalistic beautify and function along with best in class boutique grade quality. Our chassis allow for unprecedented component support and storage flexibility for the ultimate workstation build.

MOTHERBOARD (WORKSTATION PC)

The Motherboard is the core of any computer. It is a circuit board that connects to the various PC components and allows them to inter-operate. Z series Motherboard support (Intel K series Processor) X299 series Motherboard supports (Intel X Series, Extreme & Xeon Processors)

CPU (WORKSTATION)

The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the heart of your computer, and is responsible for carrying out the instructions of computer programs. Faster processors allow you to run more complex programs, or multiple programs at once without a performance dip. K series and RYZEN CPUS are unlocked and can be overclocked

CPU COOLING SYSTEM (WORKSTATION)

AFTERSHOCK offers Various Cooling systems for your CPU. Due to the large amount of heat generated from workstations, we include water cooling for all of our workstation builds.

GRAPHICS CARD (WORKSTATION)

The Graphics Card is the Heart of any workstation desktop. For gaming, it processes 3D content to deliver silk smooth frame rates. For professional users, a great GPU delivers GPU compute and also accelerates various professional applications.

MEMORY (RAM) - ULTRA HIGH END SERIES

Random Access Memory (RAM) is the fast access data storage in which the computer stores files which are being used by the operating system, applications and games temporarily. More RAM allows for better multitasking abilities, while faster RAM increases the speed that the data can be accessed and written.

THERMAL COMPOUND

Thermal Compound is a fluid substance which increases the thermal conductivity of a thermal interface by filling microscopic air-gaps present. It is often used to aid a component's thermal dissipation via a heat sink, thus preventing overheating, as is vital in a gaming notebook.

OPERATING SYSTEM DRIVE (WORKSTATIONS)

This will be Primary Drive that will power your Operating System.

SECOND M.2 SSD BAY - Scratch & Catalogues Drive (WORKSTATION)

THIRD SSD BAY - Working Files (WORKSTATION)

 The 'working files' drive allows professional workstation users to have the current bulk files located on the SSD for ultra fast access.

FIRST HARD DRIVE (DESKTOP)

The hard disk drive (HDD) is where you will store all your applications and data. It is a non-volatile, random access device featuring rotating rigid platters on a motor-driven spindle within a protective enclosure. Solid State drives are much faster flash based drives with no moving parts, but are much more expensive.

SECOND HARD DRIVE (DESKTOP)

The hard disk drive (HDD) is where you will store all your applications and data. It is a non-volatile, random access device featuring rotating rigid platters on a motor-driven spindle within a protective enclosure. The fastest notebook hard drives typically operate at 7200rpm, While solid state drives (flash based with no moving parts), take performance to the next level

POWER SUPPLY UNIT (WORKSTATION)

The power supply unit of a desktop PC supplies power to the components of the system.

WIRELESS LAN (DESKTOP)

Wireless Local Area Networking allows devices to communicate within a local home network. It is an essential component for wireless laptop computer. Different wireless options feature varying strength, number of connections and wireless types which could affect the speed and reliability of your wireless network connection.

OPERATING SYSTEM (DESKTOP)

The Operating System (OS) is the core software that manages the computer hardware resources, and provides the graphical user interface and drivers to make use of them. Different OS choices provide different features including increased data security and networking tools.

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