When assembling a PC, the main problem is the cable management. Indeed, the goal of the maneuver is to hide the cables as much as possible in order to obtain a clean assembly and a maximum air flow. However, when you assemble your first PC, this is no small task. That’s why Gigabyte and Maingear are collaborating on Project Stealth. Its goal is to hide 100% of the cables!
Project Stealth: zero visible cables for Gigabyte!
To achieve this goal of zero visible cables in a PC, we find a whole list of custom components. Thus, the motherboard, a Z690 Aorus Elite Stealth, sees its connectivity migrate to the back of the PCB. The same goes for the graphics card, an RTX 3070 Gaming OC Stealth whose power connectors are now located towards the motherboard.
With the adapted case, an Aorus C300 Glass Stealth it will be possible to plug everything from the back of the case. Of course, the tray has been cut out to match the motherboard’s particular connectivity. So, we end up with a configuration with 0 visible cables and a maximized air flow… Especially since any ATX power supply unit will do.
For the moment, we do not know what the price of these components will be nor when they will be available in the shops… If they will be.