Lenovo Releases New High Performance Desktop for Gamers - Meet the Erazer X700

Subject: Systems | January 6, 2013 - 02:01 PM |
Tagged: x700, system, Lenovo, ces 2013, CES

Lenovo has announed a new 'high-performance desktop for extreme gamers with high storage capacity, powerful OneKey™ overclocking performance at the click of a button, and a liquid-cooling system" that looks interesting.

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Key features include:

  • OneKey™ Overclocking increases processing speed with the click of a button
  • Lenovo Cooling System uses a liquid coolant to keep internal temperatures at optimal levels to protect system health while overclocking
  • AMD Eyefinity technology allows users to simultaneously connect up to six monitors for a truly panoramic display
  • Intel® Core™ i7 Extreme processor
  • Dual graphics support – NVIDIA® SLI1, up to dual NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX660 1.5GB or ATI CrossFireX™1, up to dual AMD Radeon™ HD 8950 3GB graphics

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Notice something interesting in there?  Look at the last card listed in that last bullet.  "AMD Radeon HD 8950."  Could it be a typo, inaccurate, or a slip of the lip?  Since we've heard the Erazer won't be available till June and haven't heard anything official on the 8950 there's no telling.

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A good looking case design and some interesting specs, including integrated water cooling, have us interested in getting our hands on the Erazer and running it through it's paces when it hits.

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Source: Lenovo
January 6, 2013 | 09:29 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

On graphics side Dual GTX 660 seems kind of weak solution and AMD Radeon 8950 sounds interesting. Also a micro-ATX motherboard inside that case also limits the capabilities of the PC expansion.

January 6, 2013 | 10:10 PM - Posted by orvtrebor

I'm actually shocked to see them doing something like this.

I would have thought they'd make a gaming laptop to go against Alienware (+ others) before doing a desktop.

Personally I would have liked to have seen a high build quality gaming laptop without the plastic/laser light show we usually end up with.

January 6, 2013 | 11:14 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

@orvtrebor The Y580 can work pretty well as a gaming laptop. i7-3630QM, 2GB GTX 660m, and a 1080P screen.

Certainly not an ultra-spec laptop or anything, but if you want a gaming laptop under $1k, it's hard to beat.

January 7, 2013 | 01:18 AM - Posted by orvtrebor

Ahh yup that's not bad at all, I don't like that style of keyboard (Prefer the style of the business laptops) but the look/spec is solid. 660's good enough, the price is great.

January 7, 2013 | 08:13 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Haven't we seen that before? http://www.medion.com/de/prod/MEDION%C2%AE+ERAZER%C2%AE+X7383+D/210017318

January 7, 2013 | 08:47 AM - Posted by markt (not verified)

duel 660, thats weak....

January 7, 2013 | 10:00 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

So strap some angled plastic and blue LEDs on the front of a standard mid-tower ATX case and suddenly it becomes a "good looking case design"??

Looks like you lose all your expansion slots for the cooling since they still had to fit everything in their generic ATX mid-tower form factor.

January 7, 2013 | 03:45 PM - Posted by djotter

I see a chipset fan and a VRM fan. Airflow must be pretty shocking to need those, and how much noise will you end up having to suffer? Case plastic is OTT, cable management is messy and mATX is restrictive. Overall, this will have to be pretty cheap to make the design concessions and component limitations worth it.

January 7, 2013 | 10:01 PM - Posted by Anonymous Coward (not verified)

If they're really putting an Extreme i7 in there, then it's an X79 chipset. Those chipsets and VRMs get hot as all hell when overclocked. The rampage IV extreme has a chipset fan too. Even the capacitors start getting really hot when they're pushing over 200 Watts, and it's not hard to take a 3960X to over 200 Watts.

April 2, 2013 | 08:36 AM - Posted by Murphy (not verified)

Lenovo has launched its new laptop which is determined to deliver better performance than the previous laptops. These laptops are using more high tech gadgets and the more advanced cooling system are used which is the newest addition to it.
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