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Thursday, 22 March 2007 15:22

Commodore gaming has nice cases

Written by Sanjin Rados

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CEBIT 2007: Pimp my PC, Attack Alienware

 

Commodore is back in the game. At Cebit we saw two companies with legendary brand name commodore. We wrote about commodore world here and today we want to present you commodore gaming. 

 

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Commodore gaming PC is a gaming machine for hard core gamers, and specially designed cases are its key argument. They look really fancy.

Cases are made from robust metal and are
withstanding to burn-to-metal painting process. The best thing is you can express yourself by choosin from various artworks in a library and make a custom PC. We heard about upcoming competitions for the best artwork where the price is winners own masterwork Commodore gaming case.

 

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Hardware components inside are the best available. The name commodore is well known and speaks for itself. There will be four different configurations of Commodore gaming PCs  XX /GX /GS and G.

 

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The top one Commodore XX features Intel Core2 Extreme Quad-Core processor QX6700, Asus P5N32-E nForce 680i SLI motherboard, 2x Nvidia 8800GTX SLI graphics cards and 4 GB of Corsair Dominator memory. Vista Ultimate is preloaded, but to be able to use 4GB of memory you have to go for 64bit Vista, otherwise system see only 2.8 GB. Audio is provided through Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi, power comes from 1000W ICE Cube PSU, there are 2x150GB HD in raid 0 and one 500GB HD for storage.

 

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We expect to hear more from these guys soon but they are planing to start shipping the units in April and the cheapest model will cost a saucy €1.300,00. 

Last modified on Thursday, 22 March 2007 17:13
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