Thermaltake has launched LCGS Reactor 380S TW1S-B550-R38-LCS Gaming PC in the US online powered by AMD Ryzen 5000 Series processor and Nvidia RTX 30 Series GPU. It costs $2,999.99 in the US ( Nov 2021 Price ) and is now listed online on Amazon US for pre-order. This item will be released on November 5, 2021.
Thermaltake LCGS Reactor 380S TW1S-B550-R38-LCS is powered by AMD Ryzen 7 5800X octa-core processor which has a base clock speed of 3.8Ghz and supports a boost clock of 4.7Ghz. It supports 16 threads and has 32MB L3 Cache. For graphics, Thermaltake has equipped this model with a 10GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU.
It comes with 32GB of ram and has 1TB SSD storage. The ram this model uses is RGB ToughRam DDR4 3600Mhz. The SSD version is Gen4 NVMe M.2 offering high data read and write speeds. TW1S-B550-R38-LCS uses B550 mITX motherboard and has 750W 80PLUS GOLD Power Supply. It ships with Windows 10 Home and can be upgraded to Windows 11 Home.
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From the manufacturer
What better way to power your battle station than the Reactor 380S. With a list of impressive specs and a small footprint, the Reactor snow is sure to fuel games sessions where ever you find yourself. A Ryzen 7 5800X matched to a B550 and supplemented with 32gb of 3600Mhz memory and 1TB of Gen4 NVMe storage means less waiting and more games time. Powered by NVIDIA Ampere architecture, experience Ray Tracing and DLSS with the NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3080. Sporting a host of new features and the all new Ampere architecture built with enhanced RT Cores and Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and superfast G6X memory for an amazing gaming experience. Assembled in the new Thermaltake Tower 100 Snow Edition, the Reactor 380S puts all of its power out on display. Utilizing a combination of tempered glass and mesh panels the Reactor is able to give the best of both worlds for airflow and presentation. All while providing a small footprint to allow for flexibility of desk space.