Packard Bell have been stepping up their game when it comes to gaming machines and the Packard Bell Ipower X20 Gaming PC joins the ranks amongst the likes of the iPower GX
released earlier this year. A word of warning though, the starting price is as big as the technical specs.
Looking like a very sturdy juggernaut, the bulky exterior hides a bulky interior that includes an NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GX2, 8GB of RAM, 3TB hard disk drive and of course, flavour of the month, an Intel Core 2 Quad processor. The Packard Bell Ipower X20 Gaming PC also comes Asustek watercooling so 6 straight hours on DOW II is definitely achievable without overheating.
Previously only available to hardcore gamers, the Packard Bell Ipower X20 Gaming PC will be available to all and sundry from the new year. If you want to do other things apart from play games on your PC, it also comes with Blu-ray, HDMI and DVI so you can kick back and watch some films too.
If you’re pondering a new PC and are on the brink of deciding the pros and cons of getting a gaming rig or your standard fare, the Packard Bell Ipower X20 Gaming PC should be on your list as a definite maybe. The only drawback is the price. Starting at £1000 ($1,486) and getting steeper, you would have thought Packard Bell didn’t know the economy was in the pan….