Sega’s world’s “fastest” gaming PC is actually a ridiculously quick RC car

Sega is taking the idea of a "fast gaming PC" to a whole new level, turning a powerful computer into an even more powerful RC car with a top speed of 100KPH.

Sega’s world’s “fastest” gaming PC has more to do with the leg power of a Gazelle than GPU benchmarks.


To commemorate the ongoing sale of Sega games on Steam, the publisher of popular franchises such as Sonic and Yakuza has teamed up with Intel and ASrock to deliver a PC that’s fast in more ways than one.


Zoom, Zoom

While the PC is beefy enough to handle modern AAA titles and then some, it also doubles as a custom-made RC car that’s capable of some baffling speeds. In the video, the car is piloted by RC car legend Masami Hirosaka.


100 KPH

Speed of Sega gaming PC / RC car measured in KPH


Next-gen specs

This gaming PC can go places, but it can also deliver amazing gaming experiences in 4K, with specs that most PC gamers can only dream of.



  • CPU: 12th-Gen Intel Core i9-12900K
  • GPU: ASrock Radeon RX 6900 XT OC formula (16GB VRAM)
  • Mobo: ASrock Z690M-ITX/ax
  • RAM: 32GB DDR4-3200 (2 16GB sticks)
  • Storage: 2TB SSD

Take it home

The PC isn’t just a marketing stunt, it’s being given away to one lucky gamer. For a chance to win, you’ll have to follow Sega’s Japanese Twitter account and retweet the announcement tweet. According to the rules, however, the PC will only be shipped in Japan.


On top of the PC, Sega is also bundling the giveaway a ton of game codes, including games from franchises such as Sonic, Yakuza, Shin Megami Tensei, Persona, Bayonetta, Vanquish, and more.



Number of game codes included with the PC.


Time’s running out

If you somehow have a way to ship the PC outside of Japan, you have until January 5 to do so. A winner will be randomly chosen after and contacted via Twitter. Good luck!

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