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Dell XPS 630 gaming PC released

Posted on Tuesday, February 26 2008 @ 21:21:32 CET by

Dell has officially launched its Dell XPS 630 gaming PC today. This system sports Intel Core 2 Quad and Extreme processors and supports ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI graphics card configurations. Dell says the XPS 630 ships with a standard ATX aluminum case which should make future upgrades easy.

  • NVIDIA nForce 650 SLI Chipset
  • NVIDIA SLI Single/Dual Graphic options
  • ATI Crossfire Single/Dual Graphic options
  • Overclockable Intel Processors
  • Overclockable Corsair DOMINATOR Memory
  • 750 Watt Power Supply
  • 4 Internal HDD bays (Up to 3 Factory-Installed)
  • 4 DIMM slots
  • Two PCIe X16 Graphic slots
  • Light FX 2.0 (4 lighting zones)
  • AGEIA PhysX Accelerator option
  • Blu-ray Disc Drive option
  • Red and Black Bezel Color Choice
  • “Since its inception, the Dell XPS line has been committed to delivering aggressive, competitive and attractive options for a broad spectrum of PC gamers,” said Arthur Lewis, head of Dell’s gaming group. “With the Dell XPS 630, we have the unique and exciting opportunity to offer a system that brings together the needs of enthusiasts and casual gamers.”

    The XPS 630 is the first OEM PC to support the new Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), the industry's first open standard for delivering advanced levels of thermal management and control of other PC peripherals. Dell’s LightFX technology supports ESA so developers can create highly immersive gaming experiences synchronizing the LED lighting zones with the on-screen action in the game.

    Pricing starts at $1,249.



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