The Hailstorm II’s base specs are already mean, but maxed it packs a Core i7 3.5GHz 6-core CPU, 32GB RAM, two 480GB SSDs and triple-SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN 6GB. Yes. Three of these.
The new micro-tower gaming PC from Falcon Northwest. It packs the latest components despite being only 4″ wide and 13″ tall. It has an optional granite base that prevents it from toppling easily.
The Aventum series has sub-zero liquid cooling, an exhaust chamber and 13 fans to dissipate heat. It can be fitted with dual 2.3GHz 6-core Xeon CPUs, 32GB RAM and three 2GB GTX 680 GPUs in SLI.
Jinha Lee designed the See Through 3D Desktop while interning at Microsoft Applied Sciences Group. It allows users to easily transition from a keyboard to direct interaction with the virtual space.
Apple’s new Mac Pro desktop is a beast. The updated aluminum “cheese-grater” case makes for easy upgrades, and handles up to 12 CPU cores, thanks to a pair of 6-core Intel Xeons. Full system specs here.
Sony’s latest all-in-one desktop PC tops out with a stellar Core i7-620M CPU, running at 2.66GHz, a 21.5″ 1080p touchscreen display, a 500GB HD, (7200rpm), NVIDIA 310M GPU, and Blu-ray.
This tiny box isn’t much bigger than a sandwich, but the VIA ARTiGO is a fully-functional PC, with a 64-bit 1.2GHz VIA Nano CPU. It measures just 5.7â€³ x 3.9â€³ x 2â€³, and comes in a bare bones kit.
This all-in-one PC has a slim body that’s less than 1-inch thick, and sports a bright 20″ 1600×900 display with an HDMI input. Grab the “T” models if you want an optical multi-touch display.
Digital Storm’s Black|OPS PC now packs Intel’s first hexa-core consumer CPU, the Core i7-980X, but that’s not the big news; their TwisterBoost OC package boosts it to a blistering 4.4GHz.
Save space without giving up power with AeroCool’s Qx-2000; the double-deck case has space for 300mm video cards, letting you isolate hot components from the rest of your system.
Digital Storm’s Black|OPS gaming PCs are a triple threat with liquid cooling, OC’d CPU, RAM, and GPU, and noise suppression; they top out with an i7 960, 6 GB RAM, and 1 GB ATI 5870.
Maingear goes over the top (and then some) with their new gaming F1X desktop; it packs a Core i7 975 oc’d to 3.6GHz, Dual 1GB Radeon HD 5870s, 12GB RAM, and a 1000W PSU.
CompuLab’s fit-PC2i is the world’s smallest dual gigabit ethernet PC at barely 1″ high; it features an Atom Z530 CPU, dual gigabit ethernet, 2.5″ SATA HDD, and a die cast aluminum body.
Maingear’s SHIFT case rotates components 90 degrees, maximizing airflow; the sleek, minimalist case sports a brushed aluminum exterior, six drive bays and a top-mounted pop-up panel.
Lenovo ditches the business suit with its stealthy IdeaCentre B500; it’s a 23″ gaming-oriented all-in-one with a Core 2 Quad CPU, GeForce GTS 250M, 4GB RAM and 1TB HDD.
With larger 21.5″ and 27″ 16:9 LED IPS displays, a tapered base and edge-to-edge glass, Apple’s iMac gets more than new looks: it tops out with a quad-core Core i5 CPU (but no Blu-ray).
HP’s Touchsmart updates its all-in-one line with the 20″ 300z and 23″ 600t; both will get Windows 7, HDMI-in, an updated multitouch UI, HD tuning, a tilting webcam and LED underlighting.
The Vaio L is Sony’s new flagship all-in-one: it maxes out with a 24″ multi-touch screen, 2.66 GHz Core 2 Quad CPU, 6 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, HDMI input, Blu-ray, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.
Alienware’s most powerful MicroATX desktop ever, the Aurora ALX maxes out with an overclocked 3.6GHz Core i7 975, dual ATI or NVIDIA cards, up to 24GB RAM and liquid cooling.
Minimize desk clutter with the BackPack; it’s an adjustable shelf that piggybacks on the desk stand of iMacs and Apple Cinema Displays and holds everything from USB hubs to a Mac mini.
iBuyPower’s Paladin XLC series V3 is all about Extreme Liquid Cooling, with 240 mm dual radiators and 230 mm fans; you’ll need it, with a 1200 W PSU and GTX 285 cards in triple SLI.
Essentially an inverted case with its hardware laid bare, Pius Giger’s Edelweiss is a work of art; it’s a tasteful blend of architectural details, amber lighting and liquid cooling.
Designed for the living room but gamer-friendly, Maingear’s Axess HD Gamer tops out with 3.33GHz Core i7 CPU, 12GB RAM, dual 9800 GT cards and a Phantom Lapboard.
Averatec’s D1200 all-in-one PC is literally a giant value–you’ll get a 25.5″ LCD, 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo, 320GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 1080p TV tuner, 2MP webcam and 802.11n for only $999.
Touted as the most energy efficient gaming PC, Maingear’s Pulse runs on NVIDIA ION graphics (with optional low-power GeForce 9600/9800 cards) and an 80%+ efficient 300W PSU.
It’s by no means a powerhouse, but it’s tough to beat the Lenovo IdeaCentre 300’s $450 price; essentially an all-in-one netbook, you’ll get a 20″ display, Atom 230 CPU, and 2GB RAM.
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