Acer hosted their annual IFA conference this week where the company announced a brand new gaming lineup that further extends their Predator range. Acer has some of the best gaming devices on the market as I have personally reviewed their monitors, PCs and even their Predator gaming laptops. So whenever they announce something new I cannot wait to see what they have on offer.
The new Predator range further extends Acer's entry into the gaming market and goes to prove how dedicated they are to making sure the gamers know that they are serious about what they are doing. However, Acer is also determined to create possibly the most powerful gaming PC ever made and this is the Predator Orion 9000 Series.
Acer Predator Orion 9000 Series
Acer has moved away from the red and black look in their Predator range and opted in for a sexy blue and silver style. This was apparent in their Triton laptop which we saw at the Next@Acer event earlier this year. The Predator Orion 9000 is the new beast machine and not only looks fierce but packs some rather powerful internals that compliments the style.
This gaming machine can support up to four AMD Radeon RX Vega GPUs or Two NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti GPUs. It has liquid-cooling support and up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM. If you ever need that much RAM. It is the cooling system that makes it simple “wow”. It uses Acers's new IceTunnel 2.0 tech and has huge metal mesh panels throughout the device that lets it dissipate heat. There are a total of five 120MM fans on the top, back, and front to make sure it is all kept cool throughout its operations. Oh, and it has eight USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.1 Gen two ports just in case you were worried.
As for the CPU, the Orion 9000 Series packs an Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition 18-core processor that will allow it to make sure all the ridiculously high-end PC components inside are working and computing correctly.
The PC, unfortunately, does not have a local release date and pricing, we are not even sure if it will make it to SA, but if you want to import one then you can spend $9000 on it. For all the power and stunning PC architecture, you have to pay okay. Take a look at a few shots of the monster below.
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