Midmarket: Six Super Custom Computers by Dell, BMW, Velocity Micro

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2009-03-17
 
 
 

Six Super Custom Computers by Dell, BMW, Velocity Micro

 

Six Super Custom Computers by Dell, BMW, Velocity Micro

BMW Group DesignworksUSA with Thermaltake (No Price)

BMW and Taiwan-based high-end computer casing manufacturer Thermaltake collaborated to produce this concept PC with the inside components visible and sophisticatedly designed. Each component featured by the "Level 10" concept is enclosed within its own protective case, rendering it not only an integral part of the design but also guaranteeing interchangeability and transportability.

BMW Group DesignworksUSA with Thermaltake (No Price)

Falcon Northwest Mach V Zen (starting at $2,582)

This "Zen" theme features hand-painted Koi and an iridescent blue background—nine separate alternating layers of color and mirror-chrome silver. Inside, massive secure storage components and SLI & CrossFire multigraphics capability keep your gaming as smooth as the casing.

Falcon Northwest Mach V Zen (starting at $2,582)

Velocity Micro Vital Series (starting at $799)

Velocity Micro builds custom PCs specifically for business clients as well as gaming enthusiasts, including desktops, servers and workstations. The Vital series, starting at $799, offers Microsoft WHQL certified drivers and high performance heatsink cooling for the CPU.

Velocity Micro Vital Series (starting at $799)

Clevo D901C Core2 SLI Gaming Notebook ($2,993)

Based on Clevo custom notebook, this mobile workstation can handle up to three hard disk drives and is designed for graphics professionals, gaming, 3-D modeling, CAD digital content creators and engineers who need prolific portable power.

Clevo D901C Core2 SLI Gaming Notebook ($2,993)

Dell Alienware ALX X58 (starting at $3,699)

Features such as an Intel Core i7 Extreme CPU, both ATI CrossFire and Nvidia SLI technology, as well as low latency DDR3 memory come standard on every ALX. Intel's Core i7 965 Extreme packs performance features reserved for only the best processors such as an onboard dedicated memory controller and hyper threading technology.

Dell Alienware ALX X58 (starting at $3,699)

Digital Storm Antec 902 (from $1,899)

Stuffed inside the sleek casing, an Intel Core i7-920 Processor, an Intel X58 chipset motherboard, 3GB 1333MHz of system memory, Nvidia GTX 285 video card and special interior lighting packages give gamers the complete package of style and performance.

Digital Storm Antec 902 (from $1,899)

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