Vigor Gaming has announced the latest addition to its high-end desktop lineup, Colossus.
The Vigor Gaming Colossus is the most powerful system offered by the company and it can currently support up to eight processing cores, up to 8GB of fully-buffered DDR2 memory clocked at 800MHz, 2 Terabytes of Hard Drive space in RAID-0 configuration, a 1000W power supply and four graphics cards. Colossus is capable of running up to two XHD (2560×1600 resolution) monitors
Based on Skulltrail, Intel’s first Dual Socket Extreme Desktop Platform, the Colossus features full support for two Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9775 quad-core processors. Clocked at 3.2GHz and capable of reaching much higher speeds through Vigor’s complimentary overclocking service, these enterprise-level chips provide industry-leading performance that can handle even the most graphically intense computer games with ease. The Intel D5400XS mainboard that makes Skulltrail possible also incorporates the latest technologies from NVIDIA and AMD that allow for multi-GPU configurations.
Thanks to these powerful graphic cards, the Colossus is capable of running up to two XHD (2560×1600 resolution) monitors with stunning clarity and minimal effect on performance. The Vigor Gaming Colossus can be configured with Windows Vista 64-bit and up to 8GB of fully-buffered DDR2 memory clocked at 800MHz. All of these high-end components are cooled using Vigor’s exclusive Twin-Peaks cooling system, allowing the Colossus to run at full speed indefinitely. The Colossus is designed primarily for use as an extreme gaming desktop, but doubles as a powerful multimedia content platform, making it the perfect solution to blend work and play on a single computer.
A fully-configured Vigor Gaming Colossus PC, including two Western Digital Raptor 150 Hard Drives, two AMD Radeon HD 3870 X2 graphics cards, 8GB of fully-buffered DDR2 800 memory, high-fidelity audio by Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi, and many other high-end components would cost just over $8100.Tags: Hardware