Acer Releases Predator G5910 Gaming Tower Into The Wild

With a new like Predator, you should probably expect to be scared. And even for PC enthusiasts, the new Predator G5910 is mighty scary to look at. Acer's gaming beast has just been updated, and the component list is no joke. It's a towering tower, put together to offer superior gaming and multi-media performance for those with a) the space and b) the money.

The tower itself is daunting, and a serious looked. It's also enormous, so it'll probably be reserved for those with 2-bedroom apartments (as opposed to those tight studios). But of course, if power's all that matters, we're sure even those in cramped quarters could find a way. As for design, the top surface is angled and houses a convenient deck flaunting a groove design that allows different sized cables to fit in between, and in keeping with the overall bold design, the ODD doors have a claw-like mechanism enhancing the combat-machine effect.

The front of the case reveals another remarkable feature, two optional easy-swap hard disc bays, and within you'll find a 2nd-gen Intel Core i CPU, an H67 chipset, optional Blu-ray drive, room for 4 HDDs, up to 16GB of DDR3 memory and a very reasonable starting price. It's listed to go on sale in July for as little as 599 pounds, but we're sure the build you're after will demand much, much more.
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