Uberclok Opens Doors In U.S. With Overclocked Gaming PCs

Posted: Sep 11 2007, 12:53pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:47am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Uberclok Opens Doors in U.S. with Overclocked Gaming PCs
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A new player in the market for high-end gaming PCs has opened doors here in the states with a pair of new gaming machines. The company is called Uberclok and has two systems with the first being the Ion coming in at $1500 and the second system is called the Reaktor starting at $2500.

Uberclok says the Ion has smooth gaming performance and is available with up to a 22-inch LCD display. The Reaktor is the high-end model with large displays available along with a host of upgrade options.

Uberclok says their PCs are aimed at gamers who don’t have time to fully research the latest computer hardware. Components for these PCs are said to be chosen for their performance to price ratio. If you load the Reaktor fully you are looking at over $4800 without a display. The machine uses NVIDIA 680i mainboard, Intel E6850 CPU at 3.7GHz, Corsair Dominator DDR2-800, SLI 8800 Ultra’s, a Killer NIC and X-Fi Fatal1ty sound card at that price.

Via Uberclok

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