The new XPS 710 H2Ceramic (H2C) Edition gaming rig from Dell seems to be a real champion when it comes to cooling systems. The rig is specially designed for hardcore gamers who wish to break the boundaries of performance and Dell has already issued a patent file for the revolutionary cooling system. With the aid of the new technology, gamers will be able to run their overclocked CPUs at low temperatures, giving a considerable boost to the overall performance.
XPS 710 H2Ceramic (H2C) Edition features a factory overclocked Intel® Extreme quad-core CPU in order to enable extreme gaming experiences and top of the line video editing. The included CPU is officially supported by Dell’s technical team specialized in the XPS line-up. The system’s case features a custom “midnight-black” color.
The actual cooling process is segmented in two stages. Firstly, a water-air heat exchanger, which functions similarly to a car’s radiator, is set to dissipate most of the CPU produced heat. Secondly, a water-cooling device is activated to further reduce the CPU temperature. The water-cooling device features an improved system based on thermoelectric modules made of ceramic materials. This revolutionary system is also used to transfer the heat from the Sun-exposed part of a space shuttle to the “dark” unexposed section, which is extremely cold. The new gaming rig also comes equipped with special sensors that detect the formation of ice and condensation. These sensors also keep the CPU running at a temperature which is slightly higher than that of the room.
Additionally, Dell offers two new widescreen LCDs: the UltraSharp™ 3007WFP-HC (30”) and 2707WFP9 (27”). These new models have a color gamut which is 20% wider than the one boasted by traditional LCDs, making for a 92% total gamut. These LCDs also come with Dell’s proprietary backlight system dubbed W-CCFL (Wide Cold-Cathode Fluorescent Lighting).
XPS 710 H2C Edition is already available for the EMEA region and it is priced at 4,699 EUR.
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