The best gaming computers are required to run the amazing games available. With super fast graphics processors to give the best video output capacity to the pure core processing power, these computers are fitted to give the best gaming experience. Here we will look at some of the best gaming computers of 2006.
- Polywell Poly 976SLI. Polywell uses the Core 2 Duo E6700 and teams the CPU with nForce4 chipset and a pair of Nvidia’s midrange GeForce 7950 GT cards in SLI. Polywell has used less cutting edge components to create a more stable gaming platform with this gaming computer.
- Velocity Micro Gamers’ Edge PCX. Velocity has a great reputation for building the best gaming computers around. The PCX sports a prototype nForce 570 motherboard that offers a pair of x8 PCI Express slots. The PCX also come with huge 320GB Western Digital drive to store all the programs and file you need. However, a sound card is lacking in the computer.
- Alienware Area-51 5500. This gaming computer by Alienware contains the Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 CPU and Intel D975XBX motherboard, Radeon X1950 XTX graphics card. While the specifications are rather basic, case has the company’s signature stylishness and sports a respectable wiring job.
- CyberPower Gamer – Infinity CrossFire. The Infinity crossfire has a 2.93GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 pair of 512MB ATI Radeon X1950 XTXs in CrossFire mode. The CyberPower’s CrossFire Graphics Processors gives super fast and life like graphics. The Infinity crossfire is a superb gaming computer that can be yours for $2,500.
- Systemax Sabre G67. Systemax has provided some solid components in the best gaming computer of 2006. They consist of two ATI Radeon X1950 XTX videocards in CrossFire mode, a pair of Western Digital 74GB Raptors in RAID 0 (supplemented by a 320GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 backup drive), and a Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi. All this can only mean a seamless gaming experience.
- Gateway FX530XG. Gateway has been a predominant player in the gaming computer market. The FX530XG has a Core 2 Duo processor and a pair of ATI’s X1950 XTX video cards. Also available for $2,500, this best gaming computer you brings value for money.
- Overdrive Core2.GX2. The GX 2 sports a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo E6600 processor to give you the speed you need. In tests, the machine withstood a 24-hour burn-in test without a hitch and its benchmarking performance was free of hiccups.
- Widow PC. Touted as “The First Gaming Computer Designed Specifically for World of Warcraft”, the folks at Widow PC have created a monster of a machine to make it into our list of 10 Best Gaming Computers of 2006. Powered by a Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 and Nvidia GeForce 8400GS Graphics card, this computer promises smooth gaming graphics while providing the greatest speeds.
- Dell XPS 600 Renegade. Dell has outdone itself by putting not two by four Nvidia graphic processor units on a single card giving powerful and fast graphics for this mother of all gaming computers. This power is complimented by the beautiful chassis that is bright red and covered with air-brushed flames. For its power and beauty, the XPS 600 makes in into our list of the 10 Best Gaming Computers of 2006
- Dell XPS 700. This machine will cost you $10,000 and it is too powerful not to include in our list of the 10 Best Gaming Computers of 2006. The specification include dual-core Pentium processors at speeds of up to 3.8GHz, up to 2GB RAM, dual SLI, optional Aegia PhysX acceleration and up to 2TB storage.
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