When someone talks about “the fastest computer in the world” you wouldn’t expect performance to be measured in kilometers. However, Sega and ASRock’s Alder Lake structure is completely different: the system is integrated into the chassis of a remote-controlled vehicle that can reach speeds of over 100 kilometers per hour.
Built in partnership with G-Force and Masami Hirosaka, the fast PC was built and awarded to celebrate the Steam Winter Sale, which includes several games from Sega. Unfortunately, the draw is only open to those living in Japan.
The system includes an Intel Core i9-12900K processor placed on the ASRock Z690M Mini-ITX motherboard, ASRock Radeon RX 6900 XT OC Formula 16 GB graphics card, 32 GB dual-channel RAM and 2 TB SSD. It also offers Sega Adollarsus PC games and comes with 23 codes for Sega games on Steam.
As you can see in the video, the remote control car is spinning around the track at a high speed of 100 KM/h. The box-style design, on the other hand, is likely primarily to prevent destruction of internal components during a high-speed collision.