GamingPC has launched a new addition to their range of hardcore gaming PC systems this week with the unveiling of their new Destroyer gaming system.
The Destroyer gaming PC system has been created by GamingPC “to surpass the expectations of even the most hardcore gamer” and is equipped with a best components currently available on the market, they explain.
The Destroyer gaming PC is equipped with a Intel’s latest quadcore processor, the Intel Sandy Bridge I7 2700k processor running at 4.8 GHz, one of the best Asus motherboard currently available on the market, the ASUS Maximus V Extreme.
Packed with 32GB 4X8GB DDR3-1600, supported by a OCZ Vertex 4 256 GB solid state disk (SSD) and Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 4GB dual graphics cards.
“This system was designed to surpass the expectations of even the most hardcore gamer. In the Destroyer, you’ll find the absolute best components currently available on the market. Absolutely no compromises have been made for this system. Here’s the process that’s involved in creating this machine.”
” When you have all the best components matched together, magical things happen. You see, when Intel makes a CPU, they set conservative “suggested” speeds so that their processor will work with the worse possible motherboard, the cheapest ram and a cheap power supply. However, when you combine the best possible environment for the CPU, it is capable of running at MUCH higher speeds than the stock speeds. We’re talking of improvements up to 50% over the current fastest processor available. Here at GamingPC, we tweak your system so it runs at the fastest fully stable and reliable speed possible.”
Full specification and customisation options are available over on the GamingPC website.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware