Acer Reveals Predator Orion 9000 Gaming PC

Acer has a long history of producing quality computers for budget oriented gamers and enthusiasts. And during this year’s IFA, the company introduced another powerful gaming desktop that will meet everyone’s needs.

The latest Predator Orion 9000 desktop will support up to i9 Extreme Edition processor which features up to 18 cores and 36 threads. In addition to this, the latest desktop will be able to feature up to four AMD Radeon Vega graphics cards or 2 Nvidia Gefore GTX 1080Ti. While the highest end model of the lineup will attract content creators and workstation users more than typical gamers, the company revealed that the latest desktop is the most high powered computer by the company till date.

Apart from the obvious power, the company worked in the design department of the desktop as the chassis of Orion looks similar to other high end chassis currently in the market. In addition to other traditional features such as RGB lighting, carriage handles, the case features wheels at the bottom of the chassis to make it even easier to move from one place to another.

In addition to the highest end components, the Predator 9000 will feature liquid cooling and Acer’s IceTunnel 2.0 to keep the system cool even during highest load on the computer. If you are looking to overclock your system to meet even the most intensive tasks down the road, then you can do so by just pressing one button located at the bottom of the case rather than manual overclocking different components.

As for ports, the latest desktop comes with two USB3.1 Gen 2 ports (Type-A and Type-C), eight USB3.1 Gen 1 ports (1xType-C and 7x Type-A) as well as two USB2.0 ports. In addition to that, you can use up to three M.2 slots to meet your storage needs in case you need it. As of now, not a lot of details related to the computer has been made available to everyone but you will need to wait a little while before using the computer as currently it is expected to be available to consumers later this year.
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