Acer will launch their extreme gamer’s line products the Acer Predator PC which faster, deeper, harder and further. The Acer Aspire G7700 has specification Intel Core 2 Extreme Processor (up to 1333 MHz FSB) or Intel Core 2 Quad processor which also overclock capable for CPU, RAM and GPU.
The chipset of G700 using NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI and the memory using dual channel support on four DIMMs which up to 8 GB DDR2 800/1066 MHz SDRAM. The storage using SATA up to 1TB RAID 0, 1, 5, 1+0-capable with NVIDIA MediaShield Storage Technology.
The uniques feature on the Predator is using Liquid Cooling which offer significant performance advantages to traditional fan based cooling methods. Using the constant flow of water and rear-mounted heat sink, the liquid cooling ensure the CPU run cool.
The other featuring like Acer Easy Swap superior storage and expansion. Come with 9 USB ports, 6 audio jack with 7.1 channel and SPDIF support, a 14-in-1 card reader, 2 external eSATA ports and a front mounted Acer EasySwap HDD Cage to provide room for storage and expansion.
The Dual LAN technology on Predator G7700 is the fastest and most stable internet connection for the PC. Offering 2 ethernet ports on single chip and it’s allow for fast streaming linkage and stable, fail-over configurations. It’s ideal for gamers who need their computer not only play games, but also serve as a server when hosting LAN parties with friends.
And the last feature is for most gamers wanted is the overclocking feature. Acer give you the ultimate tool for overclocking the Predator to the upper limits and beyond. They offer minimum risk overclocking capabilities so you can tweak and pust it to the limits of performance. This tool will allow you to tune the Intel Core 2 Extreme processor, NVIDIA SLI graphic cards and RAM for the blowing performance. Also the Aspire predator designed to be pressed and comes with a CMOS hard reset on the near of the computer. So you can restore the CMOS setting to the default manufacture when you tweaking to hard which can cause the computer to shutdown.