Dell today introduced its latest XPS 730 gaming desktop with quad-core processor and quad graphics options.
Dell today introduced the XPS 730, its latest entry into the gaming desktop market. There are two versions of the 730 – the air-cooled 730 and the 730 H2C with an enhanced liquid cooling system. The 730 H2C has a painted anodized aluminum chassis and the 730 has a silver brushed aluminum chase; both have an option X-View clear panel so users can see inside the case.
- Support for quad-core Intel processors (factory-overclocked processors optional)
- Nvidia nForce 790i Ultra SLI chipset motherboard
- Optional Corsair DOMINATOR DDR3 memory
- Four-way CrossFireX (Dual HD 3870X2) or Nvidia 8800GT SLI
- Up to four hard drives
- 1 kilowatt power supply
Dell claims the 730 can play Crysis at a 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution at 30+ FPS with the quad qraphics option.
Starting price for the air-cooled 730 is $3,999 and the enhanced-cooling 730 H2C starts at $4,999.