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Dig Star Wars? Need a new case for your next gaming rig? Hold your horses, 'cause In Win looks to have just the thing. Announced this week, the X-Fighter ATX mid-tower chassis is said to be inspired by some of the greatest vessels ever to grace the big screen, namely crafts from the heralded Star Wars series. You'll notice a foursome of triangular feet, hard steel, silver/aluminum lines and a futuristic feel. There are also a pair of 12cm ceramic fans at the front and rear along with a VGA Turbo Cooling System with dual 8cm ceramic fans there. There's even support for a water-cooling system should... Read more...
iBuyPower has a thing for pushing out high-end gaming rigs, and its newest desktop is "extreme" exemplified. The Paladin XLC, which stands for Extreme Liquid Cooling," features a Coolermaster HAF 932 tower (which is truly monstrous), Intel's Core i7-975 processor and three NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 GPUs in a triple-SLI configuration.The super-cooled machine is equipped with Asetek's 240mm radiator liquid cooling solution, which is paired with a pair of 230mm fans. In other words, you've got ample cooling in this thing, which is certainly good given the sheer amount of horsepower. There are three basic... Read more...
Shuttle's XPC line doesn't stay put for long, this week growing yet another member in the G2 7600. Arriving on the scene just weeks after the Core i7-powered H7 5800 landed, this small form factor box switches things up by going with AMD. In fact, this box is the company's first AMD socket AM3-ready SA76G2 barebones kit, and it's Advanced Micro Drives to the core. It features an AMD 760G chipset, AMD AM3 and AM2+ processor support, AMD’s ATI Radeon™ 3000 graphics, and ATI Hybrid CrossFireX technology support. Needless to say, this rig is an AMD fanboy's dream come true. The HD-capable box... Read more...
Maingear may not be on the same level of recognition as Dell, HP or Alienware, but it's definitely making a name for itself in the enthusiast market. Known for crafting unique, high-end machines that serve an increasingly larger niche of power-hungry PC users, the company is branching out just a bit here with a new machine aimed at living rooms. If you're a multimedia junkie who has been searching high and low for a potent PC to slip underneath your HDTV, look no further.The Axess HD Gamer combines the power of a full-fledged gaming PC with the usability of a full-fledged HTPC. The machine definitely... Read more...
MAINGEAR had a hit with the F131 hot rod gaming PC, so the company decided to bring it back. The latest F131 is better than ever with up to three ATI 4890 graphics cards in CrossFireX and up to 8TB of hard drive space with modular, hot-swappable SATA connectors. You’ll also find advanced liquid cooling with the Domino ALC from CoolIT Systems in this machine. The base price for the F131 is $1,299. The full press release is below. MAINGEAR Re-launches F131 Gaming PC The Award-Winning F131 is back and better than ever with all new high performance technology, M.A.R.C custom laser etching and advanced... Read more...
To say it has been awhile since we've seen a compelling new system from Puget Systems would be an understatement, but maybe we just haven't been looking hard enough. Either way, it's hard to ignore the company's latest: a pair of Core i7-based rigs that don't come cheap but promise top-notch performance from top to bottom.The firm's popular liquid-cooled Deluge family is today seeing two newcomers join the fray, the Deluge-i7 and Deluge-i7 Mini. Both machines are obviously based around Intel's heralded Core i7 architecture, with the former arriving in a traditional tower and the latter arriving... Read more...
Thermaltake has been turning more than a few heads at the CEBIT show, presently taking place in Hanover, Germany, with a new and unique desktop chassis called the Level 10. The Level 10 chassis is on display in Thermaltake's booth with a "No Photos" sign in front of it; so naturally, pictures of it have started popping up all over the Internet. Thermaltake reps are staying mum on most of the details of the case--such as when it will ship and how much it will cost--but we've been able to glean a few details and speculations about the new chassis. The Level 10 full-tower chassis is geared for gamers... Read more...
IBuyPower just began offering up Dragon-based gaming machines earlier this month, but now it's announcing three new machines for those with tighter budgets. The newest desktops in the Gamer series will all be made available exclusively through NewEgg.com, and none of them will break the $1000 barrier. Starting things off is the Gamer Power 505 ($519.99), which was built specifically for entry level gamers who will be perfectly content with the Athlon 5000+ platform and the Medusa Gaming Tower. Inside, users will find a stylishly lit interior (viewable through a side window), a back lit front panel,... Read more...
Just a week after CyberPower introduced its own line of Dragon-based gaming PCs comes this clip from IBuyPower. The custom gaming machine maker has just announced two new Dragon-based systems, both of which include AMD's latest Phenom II processors, the 790GX Crossfire chipset and ATI's Radeon 4000 series graphics cards. The new machines go by Gamer HAF 91B and Gamer Fire, though most of the components are similar on each. The former, which is the lower-end machine, includes a Phenom II X4 920 CPU, a 500GB SATA II hard drive (7,200RPM), LG 20x dual-layer DVD burner, 4GB of DDR2-800 RAM, a 512MB... Read more...
CyberPower's on a serious roll of late, as just days after its Dragon series was introduced, the company is serving up its Gamer Infinity 9515 for those intent on finding a good deal. As the economy forces gamers to take a more serious look at their budget, CyberPower is hoping that this Intel-based desktop will hit the sweet spot between raw horsepower and affordability. Reportedly designed to "fit everyone's computing needs at the best value for dollar," the 9515 desktop houses a 2.83GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 processor, NVIDIA's HDTV-compatible GeForce 9800GT 512MB PCI Express video card, up... Read more...
Maingear Selects Asetek To Cool New, Powerful F131 Gaming PCsIntel Core i7-based Custom Gaming PCs Deliver Outstanding Thermal Performance at Extremely Low Noise LevelsSAN JOSE, Calf. November 20, 2008 – Asetek announced today that its popular LCLC liquid cooling solution has been chosen by MAINGEAR Computers for their latest generation of high performance, luxury custom computers. Based on Intel's powerful Core i7 and Core i7 Extreme processors, the newest F131 systems can handle the most extreme gaming and entertainment applications. "We're confident the Asetek liquid-cooling unit is the premium... Read more...
Dell just took the wraps off their latest XPS desktop system for gamers and enthusiasts today and this time around the new systems are targeted at being more affordable.  The new XPS 630 we’ve evaluated here at HotHardware, is Dell's new customizable machine with support for NVIDIA dual-GPU SLI graphics, the latest dual and quad-core Intel processors, and a slick chassis design that will turn heads at your next LAN party.  Click the link below and check it out...Dell XPS 630 Desktop Gaming PC Evaluation... Read more...
Hello Everyone. We're writing to let you all know that we've just posted an article where we evaluate the features and performance of the Systemax Sabre Intel Core 2 Extreme Gaming PC. This machine is packed with a Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor, a couple of gigs of RAM, Raptors in a RAID 0 confg, and a pair of Radeons running in CrossFire mode. It also sports a custom case and illuminated input devices. Here's a snip from the article... "What's in a name? So often hardware companies name their products to paint a mental picture, or... Read more...
  What's in a name?  So often hardware companies name their products to paint a mental picture, or set the tone for how they want potential customers to view their particular component.  The names chosen are meant to invoke feelings of speed, performance, size or perhaps the supposed exhilaration you will experience when you see that piece of hardware in action.  With the latest gaming PC to hit the HH labs, we take a look at the Sabre Intel Core 2 Extreme Gaming PC from Systemax and start off by asking: What's in a name? Merriam-Webster's online... Read more...
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