Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Dell XPS 360

Hailed as a rig that "gamers won't outgrow," the XPS 630 that we originally peeked at CES is finally official. As expected, the tower is ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI-ready and will support Intel's Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Extreme processors on the nForce 650i SLI chipset. You can beef things up with 4GB of DDR2 RAM, 1TB of HDD space or an optional Blu-ray drive and AGEIA PhysX accelerator, and you'll have plenty of room for all those peripherals thanks to six total USB 2.0 ports, an optional 19-in-1 media card reader, gigabit Ethernet, audio in / out, FireWire and even PS/2 mouse and keyboard connectors. Also of note, it's the first pre-fab PC to support the Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), and you can snag your own for as little as $1,249 right now.

Under the hood:
  • NVIDIA nForce650 SLI Chipset
  • NVIDIA SLI Single/Dual Graphic options
  • ATI Crossfire Single/Dual Graphic options
  • Overclockable Intel Processors
  • OverclockableCorsair® DOMINATOR® Memory
  • 750-watt Power Supply
  • 4 Internal HDD bays (Up to 3 Factory-Installed)
  • 4 DIMM slots
  • Two PCIe™ X16 Graphic slots
  • Light FX 2.0 (4 lighting zones)
  • AGEIA PhysX™ Accelerator option
  • Blu-ray Disc™ Drive option
  • Red and Black Bezel Color Choice


  1. Great post, thinking about buying this

  2. I tend to build my own PC's but I look forward to seeing your opinion on some of the higher end pre-built ones.