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Origin The Big O Gaming PC Sports An Xbox 360 Inside It
Can’t think of a way to make your neighbor’s gaming rig look outdated? Perhaps if you picked up The Big O from Origin PC you might be able to have the last laugh. The gaming rig is unique as it sports a built-in Xbox 360 slim console along with a Core i7-930-powered computer in the same chassis. Pricing for The Big O will begin at $7,669 and will include specifications […]

Acer Aspire Predator AG7750 gaming desktop set to impress
Most gaming enthusiasts like to build their system from ground up simply because it gives them more freedom to throw in the parts that they want and need, as a stock gaming machine from any vendor often misses out on at least one thing you want to complete the entire rig. Acer hears this crowd, and hopes to satiate some folks out there with the Aspire Predator AG7750 gaming desktop. […]

Maingear VYBE Limited Edition Gaming PC
Folks looking to get a new gaming computer rig but don’t want to get your hands dirty building one should take note that Maingear has announced its new limited edition gaming PC – the Maingear VYBE. The PC can be customized to suit your needs and prices will start from $999, so the level of performance you get will depend on how deep your pockets are. It’s currently available for […]

CyberPower gaming machines run on AMD Phenom II X6 6-core processor
CyberPower decided to throw their lot with AMD this time round where their new gaming machines are concerned, being powered by the new AMD Phenom II X6 6-core processor. Of course, you might think that you will have to fork out an arm and a leg for these new machines, but since it has an AMD heart within, prices are pretty affordable, starting from $699 upwards. Of course, those who […]

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CyberPower Black Mamba gaming PC
CyberPower is well know for their range of gaming rigs, where the Black Mamba is the latest in a long family line. It heralds a new era by relying on Corsair’s Obsidian 800D chassis, cramming in an Intel Core i7 platform (Core i7 920, Core i7 975 or Core i7 960 Extreme processors) that ought to find favor across a wide budget range. You will be able to choose from […]

Vigor Stealth NE gaming PC
Vigor’s latest Stealth NE gaming PC takes a different outlook, merging NVIDIA’s Ion platform alongside a choice of dedicated NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards to give you the best gaming experience possible – at least from the visual perspective. It will be aided by an Asetek liquid cooling system that helps dissipates heat quietly via its 120mm radiator. The processor of your choice depends on your budget as they range from […]

iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC
Looking for a new gaming computer, but are still groping around as to what to purchase? The iBuyPower Chimera Killer Special Edition PC might suit your needs, as this model is equipped with the Killer Xeno Pro NIC that will reduce latency by lowering the overhead of Ethernet traffic. This model will also come with a pretty striking case art, featuring a special flame image alongside an illuminated side window […]

iBUYPOWER Paladin XLC Series
iBUYPOWER is a really endearing name as it implies you’ve forked out good money for a powerful rig, and they hope not to disappoint with the new Paladin XLC series which consists of the XLC V1, XLC V2 and XLC V3. All three will find their abode within the cavernous Coolermaster HAF 922 (the V3 resides in a HAF 932), where even the lowest end model is ably powered by […]

Maingear Pulse PC Aims to Be The Greenest Gaming Rig
With high-powered CPU and up to three GPUs fed by 1000+W power supplies, Gaming PCs have a bad reputation because they are indeed power hogs. But Maingear computer thinks that you can enjoy a form of gaming that is less taxing on electricity and the environment. The Pulse PC is a low-power computer with a bias towards graphics processing – that’s why Maingear presents it as a “gaming PC”. Here […]

Maingear ePhex X58 Elite Gaming PC
Maingear has a spanking new gaming PC known as the ePhex X58 Elite, where it will house the Asus X58 motherboard which is extremely flexible, capable of holding multiple video cards from either NVIDIA or ATI. In fact, you can cram in up to a trio of NVIDIA GTX 285s or an equal number of ATI HD 4890s, but that mainly depends on your budget (and needs, of course). In […]