Its big selling point for hardcore PC gamers is that it apparently keeps its cool, even when you’re duking it out in processor overclocked mode. I’ll let Dell explain how it works:
“First, a liquid-to-air heat exchanger that works like a car’s radiator removes most of the heat from the processor. Then, a fluid chiller removes more heat with ceramic-based thermoelectric cooling (TEC) modules like those used in space shuttles to transfer heat from the sunny side to the cold, dark side in space…”
The PC has a midnight-black chassis, and Dell suggests it’d be ideally teamed with one of its new widescreen monitors, the UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC (30 inches) and UltraSharp 2707WFP (27-inches).
The XPS 710 H2C starts at £3,399 including VAT, and is available right now to order from Dell’s website.
Dell XPS 710 H2C gaming PC