Choose the right Gaming System for You at the Price
that Fits You
January 8th 2006
Dell 30" LCD
their latest gaming computer at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
this year. The “Renegade” uses an over-clocked 4.26 GHz dual core
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition mode 955 CPU, and is Dell’s newest edition
to their XPS line of computers.
includes two 10,000 RPM 150GB Raptor hard drives and is cooled using
the standard XPS 600 cooling system. Dell uses FOUR of the GeForce
7800 GTX 512MB graphics cards in this system. Two of the cards are
plugged in to two x16 PCIe graphics slots in their nForce 4 based
custom mother board. The other two are run at a slightly lower
includes a new 30” ultra hi-res 2560 x 1600 LCD monitor. According
to PC Magazine Dell anticipates shipping the new XPS system by the
end of January, with prices ranging from about $4,000 to $7,000
plus, depending on display and other options. The Dell website
says the system will be out in spring.
Of course there
are other high end gaming platforms available from other vendors.
Digital Storm Customized Systems offers a line of Twister computers.
The Ultra Twister uses AMD's new Athlon 64,FX, and the X2 processors
offer the power of 64-bit computing and backward compatibility with
32-bit applications. With 64-bit processing power, you open up a new
world of gaming and realism for your pc, according to the company.
Digital Storm offers free shipping on their systems.
If you would like
to take your gaming with you, WidowPC offers a line of laptop gaming
machines. These machines start at about $1,000 and go up to over
$3,000. Of course they also offer tower systems at similar prices.
Although not as
big as the movie industry, the video game industry is still worth
over $10 billion annually. The film industry grosses over $40
billion per year according to Wikipedia. Sales have been improving
with the release of the new X-box 360. Even Sony is expected to
release a new iteration of their Playstation. Whether using the
consoles or a PC, games in all platforms are becoming more
Best Syndication Staff Writer
PC Video Games
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