Friday, March 6, 2009

Dell XPS 730x Gaming Desktop

Dell XPS 730x Gaming Desktop
Finally, Dell, leading PC maker all over the globe, has recently launched the future of Gaming as its new Gaming system "XPS 730x Gaming Desktop". It was Dell's latest high-end Gaming machine. Dell has got its game on once more (it does so every year or so) with the XPS 730x. Replacing the XPS 730, the highlight of the machine is that it features Intel’s spiffy new Core i7 processor, making the XPS 730x one the world’s most extreme and overclockable gaming desktops. XPS 730x packs all of its punch into a rock-solid, ATX-compliant chassis available in Brushed Aluminum, Anodized Victory Red or Stealth Blue with optional X-panel side covers. Customize your lighting with Alienware's cutting-edge AlienFX® software. Designed from the ground up to support the XPS 730x platform, AlienFX gives the user an intuitive interface to set each of the five chassis LED zones to one of 16 colors. Millions of unique color combinations are at your fingertips. Intel’s Core i7 processor boasts improved physics, greater environmental interactivity, more intelligent AI and an overall boost in the immerse, and a real-to-life experience. With the new Intel QuickPath Architecture, the XPS 730x offers an ATI Radeon 4870 X2 graphics card, and is available with KillerNIC from Bigfoot, a gaming network card that offers smoother, more responsive online game play during intense action. The XPS 730x is even available with Dell’s patented two-stage H2C cooling system to keep your overclocked CPU and chipset cool and collected. The innovative H2C hybrid solution combines a liquid radiator, a thermoelectric cooling module and control circuitry, which optimises CPU cooling with minimal power consumption. The XPS 730x puts more control in your hands with the new XPS Thermal Monitor utility. Factory installed on all XPS 730x systems, the XPS Thermal Monitor utility gives you the ability to edit and profile the chassis fan settings so you can fine tune your thermal performance. Available in aluminium (silver), blue, or red, the base system includes an Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition 965 processor (3.20GHz, 8MB L2 cache, 6.4GT/s), 1-kilowatt power supply, 3GB (1067MHz) tri-channel DDR3 SDRAM, 1GB nVidia GeForce GTX 280 graphics card, 640GB Serial ATA (7200rpm) storage (two 320GB drives), Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Titanium audio card, 16X DVD+/- RW drive, 19-in-1 media card reader with Bluetooth, and Windows Vista SP1 Home Premium (64-bit). There's room for up to two more PCIe graphics cards (in addition to the included single Nvidia GeForce GTX 280), one PCIe x1 card, and an additional PCI card. The Dell's new High power Gaming system carry the high price tag approx Rs. 1,00,360 in India.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

good for gamers............








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