HP has unveiled an impressive gaming system, the Voodoo Omen. This system has many cool features like advanced liquid cooling and a built-in 7" secondary LCD display but unfortunately the cheapest configuration costs you at least $7,000.
Here's a look at the specifications of the Voodoo Omen:
Aluminum case with easy removable side and top panels. The case measures 7.5" x 23" x 22" (W x L x H) and weight starts at 100lbs (45kg).
Built-in 7" LCD display, uses USB and has a 800 x 480 pixel resolution
Liquid cooling. You can choose between red, blue, green, purple and orange coolant
PSU: 1150W air-cooled or 1300W liquid cooled
Asus Striker Extreme II (nForce 790i) motherboard
Watercooled Intel Core 1 Extreme QX9770 (3.2GHz) or QX9650 (3GHz)
Up to 8GB of Corsair PC-14400 DDR3 memory
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra or ATI Radeon HD 3870. Somehow this system offers support for both SLI and CrossFireX.
Up to 3 HDDs. You can choose between 500GB, 750GB and 1TB HDDs from Seagate or a Western Digital Raptor 160GB or VelicoRaptor 300GB. RAID 0, 1 is also possible.
Support for up to 6 solid state drives (SSD). HP uses the Samsung 64GB SLC.
One or two DVD burners with Lightscribe, one or two-slot Blu-ray drives are also possible.
Audio: onboard, Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer or Creative XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Professional
Vertical diffusion thermals – the power of natural convection currents is harnessed for advanced cooling and quiet acoustics.
Auxiliary LCD – a 7-inch (diagonal) built-in auxiliary LCD is a full-function secondary display.
Advanced liquid cooling – copper cooling pipes embedded in the chassis, aircraft-quality quick-release hose connectors, and more combine in one of the most advanced liquid cooling systems on the planet.
Tool-less architecture – side panels, hard drives, video cards and other critical components can be removed without tools.
Top-loading cables – cables plug into the system under a removable top panel, improving access to the cable connections and contributing to the clean exterior design.
Interior lighting – battery-powered interior lighting gives users visibility to upgrade components when the system is powered off.