It’s hard to believe, but only 24 hours ago, we had a game so big that gamers everywhere were going gaga over it. And for those who don’t know, that was gosh darn awesome. But let’s put this game to the test.
Gigabyte released this awesome desktop gaming computer with 16k graphics and an Intel Atom Z210. It also features 4x NVIDIA SLI GeForce GTX 780 graphics cards and a 120GB Blu-ray drive to go along with it.
I dont know if many of us think this much about our own gaming, but lets test it. We will be using this computer to play and enjoy with a few friends and family members to have a big gosh darn good time.
Gigabyte has been quietly releasing amazing graphics technology since 2006. When looking at what the gaming category is, we would be hard pressed to find a single computer as nice to use as this computer. It’s even better to have the best to get better.
Gigabyte is known quite a bit for their amazing graphics. However, they are also responsible for making computers that are so small and powerful that they last for a long time and their products never end up outdated. If Gigabyte is to win any awards for anything it must be for having an awesome motherboard, a fantastic fan, and decent cooling.
This is a simple desktop PC. It has Intel i3-2300 processors and an AMD Radeon M5 8790M graphics card. It has a dual-slot configuration with no need for external storage, is priced between $1,000 – $1,500. (We are in Germany so no VAT will be applicable) and uses an AMD R9 290 series graphics card.
Gigabyte made waves this past January when they announced that they would release new gaming laptops under their Z series gaming desktop. This series of gaming laptops feature AMD graphics, an Intel Xeon processor with 4 cores, and a 500GB HDD. Gigabyte will release a new product called Z390m in 2016 that seems to be made for gamers looking for a little more firepower and more powerful than the old Gigabyte Z380M that we have been drooling over for months.
Gigabyte also released the Z390M laptop to compete with its competitors and to let gamers know there is still a market for the gaming desktop. It is available from the CES in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show that happens each January or the Computex in China this month, to be precise. We will be playing with the Gigabyte Z390M in a couple of weeks. Old blog: Gaming PCs have become so cheap that they are even available through online auction websites.