Dude, that Dell you're getting sure does cost a lot
Subject: Systems | February 22, 2007 - 03:31 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
In all fairness, the parts list of the Dell XPS 710 H2C is impressive, without question, but not as impressive as the over $5000 price tag. However, if you are looking to buy an incredibly powerful gaming machine, without any hassle setting it up, and having tech support with it, then this may be perfect. Head over to HotHardware to see how this box won Editor's Choice.
'The Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition is billed as a top-of-the-line ultra-performance machine built with the most hardcore of gamers in
mind, a niche that Alienware is very familiar with. Not only does the XPS 710 H2C hold the distinction of being Dell's first
non-limited edition factory overclocked computer, it also uses Dell's first in-house liquid cooling system to keep it's
quad-core power plant cool. The XPS 710 H2C is the most heavily performance-specified XPS system yet, with an Intel Core 2
QX6700 processor, dual GeForce 8800 GTXs, 4 GB of RAM and two Western Digital Raptors in a RAID 0 array, as standard equipment.
We recently got our hands on one and we've been putting it through its paces, as it ripped through the benchmarks in our labs.'
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