Voodoo H:171 debuts with Core 2 Extreme, 750GB drives

Voodoo PC on Wednesday launched a new desktop replacement notebook for its hardcore gaming audience: the 17-inch, full HD Envy H:171 is based heavily on the Clevo D900C and focuses on raw performance above all else. Desktop CPUs are mandatory and peak at the dual-core, 2.93GHz Core 2 Extreme; the system can also be equipped […]

Voodoo PC on Wednesday launched a new desktop replacement notebook for its hardcore gaming audience: the 17-inch, full HD Envy H:171 is based heavily on the Clevo D900C and focuses on raw performance above all else.

Desktop CPUs are mandatory and peak at the dual-core, 2.93GHz Core 2 Extreme; the system can also be equipped with up to three 250GB hard drives with the option of a RAID stripe or mirror to provide either the maximum amount of continuous space or a backup for safety. Dual GeForce Go 7950 video chipsets also provide the sheer 3D speed needed for recent games.

Painted in one of Voodoo signature colors and tested for stability before it ships, the system starts at $5,000 with a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo, 1GB of RAM, an 80GB disk, and a single 512MB GeForce Go 7950. Equipping the system with its highlighted features raises the price to $7,208. Orders are available today with ship times depending on customization work.

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Source:? Electronista