UK PC retailer Overclockers has announced three new PCs that it intends to sell on the strength of their streaming credentials.
The StreamR Elite System can be equipped with a range of Nvidia graphics cards and includes an Intel Core i7-5820K CPU, all of which is plugged into MSI X99S Gaming 9 motherboard. The StreamR Pro System, meanwhile, costs a bit less and incorporates an Intel Core i5-4690.
The XSplit streaming software will be standard with both machines, with the former including a 12-month license and the latter just six months.
Also announced is the StreamR Console. Despite the name it's still a PC (a custom Intel NUC mini PC, in fact), but is designed to capture console gaming footage for streaming, offering the ability to overlay the display with XSplit-style features. This one comes with a three-month license.
Overclockers has also said it is looking to support live streamers and will soon be launching its affiliation program alongside the systems”, too.