vacancies advertise contact news tip The Vault
facebook rss twitter

Commodore Gaming PCs... all the specs you’ll want to read!

by Nick Haywood on 14 March 2007, 18:18

Quick Link:

Add to My Vault: x

It’s a bit of a beast...

HEXUS @ CeBIT 2007 So we all got excited over the news that Commodore are entering the gaming PC market, but what we’ve all been gagging to know is what the spec of these new PCs will be...

Well here you are, a full run down of the machine and, in another article to follow shortly, we’ll give you more details on the Commodore Gaming PCs.

Processor: Intel® Core™2 Extreme quad-core processor QX6700, 2.66 8M Cache

Motherboard: ASUS® P5N32-E nForce 680i SLI

Hard drive / Storage: 2x 150Gb 10000 Rpm Sata Raid 0 1x 500Gb 7200 Rpm Sata

Memory: 4 Gb Corsair Dominator twin2x2048-8500C5D, 1066MHz

I/O.: 7in1 cardreader; (Front) USBx2 Firewire x 1 HeadPhone x 1 MicroPhone x 1

Optical: Philips DVDRW

Power Supply: 1000W ICE Cube PSU

Audio: Creative® SoundBlaster X-Fi

Graphics: 2x nVidia 8800 GTX 768MB

OS: Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate

Uniquely, each gaming machine can be artistically customized to match personal taste, with Commodore offering specially selected art including street art, photography, PC game artwork (such as that of GRAW 2) and many other licensed images. Using a revolutionary painting process, the exterior of the Commodore Gaming PC becomes an open and inviting canvas just waiting to be experimented with. Fans and artists alike are requested to present their creative works to become the next limited edition skin.

Click for larger image

These new gaming beasts are titled the Commodore Cg (entry level), Cgs, Cgx, Cxx (extreme level), each running Microsoft Windows Vista 64 bit operating system including the new gaming interface - DirectX 10. To provide full flexibility, each model can be customized from a range of high-end components before undergoing a full burn-in test prior to shipment to meet our quality commitment. Meanwhile, gamers can expect their systems to come equipped with only the best peripherals available from respected gaming brands including Raptor keyboards and Logitech speaker systems.

Click for larger image

Click for larger image

HEXUS @ CeBIT 2007

HEXUS Forums :: 8 Comments

Login with Forum Account

Don't have an account? Register today!
Very nice looking. Kind of urban hip hop design. Funky.
Wow very nice. Thanks alot guys.
There's more to come.

We have our proper meeting with them tomorrow.

I've some more pics of various case designs, all of which are NOT decals but a new heat/paint process.

They's got some seriously funky stuff going on.

And there's a range of extras to opt for too in the lines of keyboards, mice and monitors.

We'll have all the extra info for you tomorrow.
They really look nice, its great to see something that fresh.
nice and original, scan have made some cool one sbut none as out there as that