Vadim Releases Quad-Core PC With Dual GeForce 8800GTX Graphic Cards

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Let the battle of the Intel Core 2 Duo Extreme Quad-Core gaming PCs begin! Earlier today, we covered VoodooPCs brand new quad-core Omen. Now Vadim Computers has announced that it will also be releasing a PC gaming rig that features a quad-core Core 2 Duo Extreme PC. Not to be undermined by VoodooPC, the Vadim rig also features two spankin new GeForce 8800GTX graphic cards.

Along with the quad-core processor and graphics cards, the Vadim rig will also feature 2GB of DDR2 RAM, two 150GB Raptor HDs, one 750GB Seagate Barracuda HD, dual-layer DVD burner, CD-burning combo drive, and a Creative 7.1 X-Fi Extreme Music sound card. All of the hardware in the new Vadim rig is fully customizable, and that leads me to another important aspect of the rig: It’s $8800 price tag. The rig doesn’t come with a mouse, keyboard or monitor either, but the good news is your get a 2-year warranty. Yes, this new gaming rig may be worth more than you car, but hey, that seems to be the price for hardcore PC gaming these days, doesn’t it?

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