Reactor Gaming Computer Is I4U Top 100 Gift Tip #77

Posted: Nov 3 2008, 2:06pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:26am CDT , in Holiday Gift Guide


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Computers are one of the big gifts that many people want during the holiday season. If you have a PC gamer on your shopping list that wants the ultimate gaming machine the Hardcore Computers Reactor may be exactly what they are looking for.

The Reactor is more than just a gaming PC with good features and performance, it’s a conversation piece thanks to the cooling technology used in the machine. Rather than simply air or standard liquid cooling, the Reactor uses liquid submersion cooling.

All electrical components from the CPU and mainboard to power supplies and video cards are totally submerged under a non-conductive liquid. The motherboard tray is removable for upgrades and repairs. You will need a big budget to get this machine though, it starts at $4549 and full loaded machines can run you over $10,000.

For Whom:

The Reactor is the perfect gaming computer for the PC gamer who is looking for something more than a fully loaded gaming machine.

The Good:

  • Cool technology
  • Good performance

The Bad:

  • Very expensive
  • Liquid submersion could be expensive

Where to Buy:

Order your Reactor computer from the Hardcore website.

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