Remember the The Hammerhead HMR989? He returns… prestigious and even more expensive
Companies that make gaming computers are not missing, some even offer systems that have passed Overclock Or personal fit and design, but put together a gaming system from a unique, hand-made, and terribly expensive chassis? It's definitely not something you see every day.
It is also, more or less, What they did at Pure PC American company, which normally deals with the assembly and sale of computers Mobile And "regular" stationary ($ 1000 and up) for gamers.
The company took the "open" and strange Hammerhead HMR989 case from DARWINmachine (which was originally sold with "reasonable" hardware such as a GTX 460 card and processor Core-i7 860) and turned it into a monstrous gaming machine that falls under the description of a "luxury computer", and may win the somewhat dubious title of "the most expensive gaming computer in the world" (most likely it will not happen, but it is still insanely expensive).
The Pure PC guys put together a system that includes the new Intel Extreme processor, The Core-i7 990x Extreme Edition (Six cores at 3.46GHz stock speed and an open product when the company offers to receive it at OVERCLOCK for 5GHz speed), Zalman CNPS9900 Max cooling, ASUS Rampage III Gene motherboard (if possible for replacement asus Ramapage III Formula, Of course), 12GB of Kingston HyperTX3 memory at 1MHz (2000GB memory option), SLI array of two cards GeForce GTX 580 From Asus (option for two cards Radeon HD 6970 In the CrossFireX array, or three GTX 580 triple array cards), two Western Digital 1TB hard drives, two drives SSD Kingston 128GB, thin Blu-ray burner, Kingston 1200 Watts modular power supply, card reader, 2.0 USB and USB 3.0 connections, operating system Windows 7 and a lifetime warranty on the components, while receiving "annual upgrade offers".
The HMR989 case is available in red and off-white (described as Quattro Carbon according to the website), or in the blue and white colors of the "classic" model. Those who hated the case before will probably not change their minds now, and those who liked the innovative concept will probably not object to the serious material upgrade it has undergone.
Did you like them? You should start saving - the price of this "luxury computer" starts at 9500 dollars (!!), which makes the 2900 dollars of the original model suddenly look like a bargain price…