The system appears to be built into a Lian Li TU150 chassis, packing up to a Ryzen 9 3950X CPU, AMD Radeon Vega VII GPU, alongside 64GB of DDR4 memory, with a starting price of $2200.
Of course, that starting price only gets you a Ryzen 3700X with the stock cooler, 16GB DDR4-3200 RAM, an RX 580, Two 250GB SSDs (one boot drive for each OS) and a 2TB hard drive for data, apparently with some undefined motherboard and PSU that they aren't listing. So, it's somewhere around $1000-$1100 worth of hardware for $2200, along with the operating systems, at least one of which is grey market, and the other probably is as well. And they charge $600 more just to switch from a 3700X to a 3950X. It's not quite Mac pro pricing, but they are still marking the hardware up by close to 100%. Except they are some unheard of company asking for payments via Bitcoin with no real buyer protection if they fail to deliver. >_>