Call it black magic if you want, but after HP bought the high-end gaming rig manufacturer, Voodoo PC has still kept its power alive. The impressively bright and colorful Omen PC with its Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad-Core Processor is uncompromising as ever. The Omen tames the fire within with the Quad-Cores pumping out with a near silent system-wide intercooler and what they’re calling an “advanced chamber airflow layout”. Choose between ATi Crossfire or nVidia SLI graphics cards, over clocked as standard and copper-cooled to allow up to WQXGA resolutions on whatever expensive monitors that can manage it. The basic spec includes 2GB of DDR2 RAM, 80gb HGST SATA hard drive, and Creative Labs X-Fi Xtreme Music soundcard and 1yr warranty. As usual the, the Voodoo PC can be upgraded, including a modular swappable power supply.
Prices for the Omen PC from Voodoo starts at $5,500