If you’re in the market for a new gaming computer, then take a look at the new quad-core Omen from VoodooPC. The Omen features Intel’s new quad-core Core 2 Duo Extreme processors, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 80GB hard drive and a Creative Labs X-Fi Xtreme Music sound card. The Omen is fully upgradeable, but with its $5,500, you may want to add the additional hardware yourself.
VoodooPC uses an intercooler and an “advanced chamber airflow layout” to keep the PC cool and quiet. Though VoodooPC says the Omen is a near-silent system, I’d have to try it out for myself before I believed that. Even though high-end gamings PCs have liquid cooling, they still have normal fans you can hear. As for video cards, you can pick between ATI Radeons and Nvidia GeForces. If you want to go for the gold, you might want to put in two GeForce 7950s making for a quad-core CPU and a quad-SLI setup.
VoodooPC Announces Quad-Core Gaming Rig [slashgear]