Mouse Computer has once again expanded it line of gaming PCs by bringing you the NEXTGEAR i640PA2-SP3. As part of the G-Tune series, this high-end system is configured with a 4.0GHz Intel Core i7-4790K processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 4GB graphics card and a 16GB DDR3 RAM to offer performance and multitasking capabilities for productivity software, web browsing and more. For storing videos, images, music and files, the 2TB hard drive offers ample space and spins at 7,200 rpm. The system also offers a SuperMulti DVD burner to play or create DVD movies or music CDs, and a multi-card reader that allows you to read SD, MMC, xD and Memory Stick cards. Running on Windows 8.1 Update 64-bit OS, the NEXTGEAR i640PA2-SP3 will set you back 179,800 Yen (about $1,645). [Product Page]
Think you know your gaming rig? Think again. Forget everything you know, the new Alienware Area-51 is nothing you have seen before. Since their last model in 2009 they have rebuilt everything from ground up with brand new phenomenal design feats.
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Living on planet earth, where we are aeons behind Alien tech, having a high end PC almost always doubles as having a space heater. Unless you live in the alps, this quickly becomes a problem, hence the noisy fans and expensive water cooling systems. But leave it to the Germans, they have a possible solution at hand. Dubbed the AfroPC – no I’m kidding – the SilentPower utilizes a kitchen-scrub-like copper mesh to dissipate heat from both the CPU and the GPU. This allows the PC to stay cool at around 50° Celcius without any fans. Not to mention that it’s also tiny at about 6 inches wide, which makes it even cooler. It boasts the latest Intel Core i7-4785T processor with configurable SSD and RAM options, starting €699 up to €1,159. It’s currently still in crowdfunding stage and they’re aiming at raising €45,000 before going into mass production, which is planned for Spring 2015. Just keep it away from the wife, yeah? Via c|net.
Mouse Computer has recently dropped another desktop PC for the mass market, the LM-iH302E. As part of the LUV MACHINES series, the system is equipped with a 2.70GHz Intel Celeron G1820 processor, an Intel H81 Express Chipset, an Intel HD Graphics Card, a 4GB DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive, a DVD Super Multi Drive, a 350W 80PLUS BRONZE power supply and runs on Windows 8.1 64-bit OS. The LM-iH302E sells for 39,800 Yen (about $390). [Product Page]
Storm System Technology has just added a new gaming PC to its product page, the Storm Power Gamer GX WSP. Adopting Sharkoon’s T28 V3 Blue PC case, the system is packed with a 3.20GHz Intel Core i5-4460 processor, an Intel H97 Express Chipset, a GeForce GTX 760 graphics card, an 8GB DDR3 RAM, a 1TB hard drive, a DVD Super Muti Drive, a 600W 80PLUS BRONZE power supply and runs on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS. The Storm Power Gamer GX WSP is available now for 129,600 Yen (about $1,270) and comes bundled with a GX Gaming Manticore keyboard, a GX Gaming DeathTaker mouse and GX Gaming Cavimanus headset. [Product Page]