Sunday, June 10, 2007

Dell XPS 720 H2C

Wow!!! Dell finally comes out with a cool product. This is the XPS edition created for those crazy gamers, it contains various high tech hardware. I only can say that it is f*cking cool!!!

Perfect Vision

The XPS 720 H2C is built on NVIDIA® ’s nForceTM 680i SLI chipset, giving you the flexibility to load your system with dual high-performance NIVIDIA or ATI® graphics cards. To support the additional power draw, the XPS 720 H2C includes a 1kW power supply, giving you the juice you need for a full-throttle graphics experience. For maximum effect, your XPS 720 H2C features the world’s first DirectX® 10 GPU – the NVIDIA GeForceTM 8800 GTX


Innovative H2C Cooling
The Dell XPS 720 H2C Edition offers an innovative, two-stage cooling system that helps keep your processor cool, even when it's overclocked. The H2C hybrid solution combines a liquid radiator, a thermoelectric cooling module and control circuitry, optimizing CPU cooling with minimal power consumption. The result is a processor that stays cool when it's overclocked.

More detail....
  • Intel Core 2 Extreme quad-core processor QX6700 at 2.66GHz (factory overclocked(1) to 3.46GHz) combined with nVIDIA nForce 680i SLi MCP (D)**
  • Dell H2C thermo-electric/liquid cooling system
  • 2GB 800MHz Corsair DOMINATOR DDR2 memory featuring EPP (factory overclocked(1) to 1066MHz)
  • SLI-enabled dual 768MB nVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX graphics cards
  • Dual 160GB(3) SATA 3GB/s 10,000RPM hard drives that support RAID 0, 1 0+1(4) and 5(4)
  • 2X Blu-ray disc drive
  • Sound Blaster(TM) X-Fi(TM) XtremeMusic (D)** sound card
  • 24-inch UltraSharp(TM) 2407FPW widescreen digital display with Dell AS501 10-watt flat panel speakers
  • Choice of Microsoft® Windows Vista(TM) Home Premium or Windows XP Media Center
  • 2.44mm-thick aluminum case with high gloss Piano Black paint and 1KW power supply
  • One year At Home(5) limited warranty(6) service and support

2 comments:

RichardatDELL said...

Hi Darren

Thanks for the positive feedback on the new XPS. Glad to hear you like it...and think its cool. More to come soon ;-)

Darren said...

Thanks for your comment,ya it is pretty cool!!! But unfortunately, I cant afford to buy this fellow,it costs me about usd5000