Novatech gets three dimensional with Intel┬« Core┬Ö i5
Featuring NVIDIA┬« 3D Vision┬Ö Discover and next gen PhysX┬« graphics
September 10, 2009: Portsmouth, UK: Novatech Ltd, UK's leading PC and laptop manufacturer announced today the latest addition to their Elite range of PCs. Featuring the new Intel┬« Core┬Ö i5 750 2.66GHz processor and two NVIDIA┬« graphics cards, the Novatech Elite Pro boasts incredible performance and a truly immersive gaming experience from just ┬ú999.
"The i5 offers superb performance for the price, with plenty of head room for overclocking" explained Kriss Pomroy, Commercial Director, Novatech Ltd, "however it's the Elite Pro's perfect balance of components and peripherals that makes this system so special".
The Novatech Elite Pro sports two separate, but different specification graphics cards. A large proportion of the Elite's graphics performance comes from the award winning NVIDIA┬« Geforce┬« GTX275 896MB. However Novatech has opted to also include a second card, a less powerful NVIDIA┬« Geforce┬« 9800GT 1GB to act as a dedicated processor purely for displaying additional in-game effects based on NVIDIA┬« PhysX┬« technology.
To demonstrate this, all Elite Pro customers will receive a coupon for an exclusive free full download copy of the soon-to-be released Batman: Arkham Asylum game and a pair of NVIDIA┬« 3D Vision┬Ö Discover glasses. The new title to hit shelves on 18th of this month is fully supported by NVIDIA┬« PhysX┬«, vastly improving visualizations within the game such as explosions, life-like motion, realistic atmospheres and dynamic interaction.
Housed in an Antec Nine Hundred 2 chassis, the rest of the Elite's specification is based on a P55 motherboard, 4GB of DDR2 memory, 1TB 7200rpm hard drive, Blu-Ray/DVDRW and a Logitech rechargeable wireless mouse and keyboard.
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