Dell finally released its XPS 630 gaming desktop PC. The XPS 630 is powered by NVIDIA nForce650 SLI Chipset, and you can choose from Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Extreme processors. You have the option to get Single or Dual NVIDIA SLI or ATI Crossfire graphic cards.
The XPS 630 can have a max of 4 hard drive and there are 4 DIMM RAM slots. The desktop has been reviwed by PCMag and here is what PCMag said:
The Dell XPS 630 finally shows that you can get a gaming performance system for under $2,000. Heck, this shows that under $1,500 is the sweet spot for the frugal high-end gamer. Sure, you could build it yourself for less, but then you’d have to assemble it and be your own tech support. That’s a lot of time and effort for a savings of maybe $150 to $200. At those rates, you may be better off spending a couple hundred extra bucks for a system that is perfectly workable out of the box and is fully capable of being upgraded later if you want higher frame rates or want to play games with more detail. The XPS 630 is that system.