In this turbo charged motor sports world, there is the Monster Truck – Grave Digger and there is the Porsche 911 Turbo TRC 91. It’s basically the same with the high-voltage PC gaming world; there are gaming PCs that scream â€œYou’re insta-road-kill in a can!â€ and there are those that delicately whisper â€œYou’re mine wuss.â€ The new Dell Studio XPS 8100 is part of the latter. Starting with the physique, as if inspired by Venus, the XPS 8100 features sleek lines, smooth curves and a conveniently angled structure for easy-reach access of different ports and power button. The case is elegantly painted Pure White with Black front panel and additional Metallic Silver accents.
Under that entire graceful exterior lies a wicked set of hardware. The Dell Studio XPS 8100 is powered by the latest Turbo Boost enabled Intel i5 and i7 processors that can go as high as 2.93GHz with 1333MHz FSB and 8MB L2 Cache. Hardcore gamers can go all the way to 16GB Dual-Channel 1333MHz DDR3 RAM thanks to Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit’s support for higher RAM capacities.
For graphics, ATI fan boys can settle with the standard ATI 4350 or go with HD 5770 1GB GDDR5. Those who prefer NVIDIA can choose between GeForce GT220, GTS240 or GTX260 with 3D capabilities. Gamers can further immerse themselves with the optional accessories like Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi PCI-E audio, NVIDIA 3D Vision Active Shutter glasses and the Samsung SyncMaster 2233R2 display.
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