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Commodore launches new range of gaming PCs

Commodore Gaming has unveiled a new range of PCs specially designed for gamers at the CeBIT technology show in Germany.

Commodore Gaming has unveiled a new range of PCs specially designed for gamers at the CeBIT technology show in Germany.

There are four models to choose from - the entry level Cg, the Cgs, Cgx and "extreme level" Cxx, which uses the GX6700 Intel quad-core processor, two Nvida 8800 GTX graphics cards, 4GB of memory and an ASUS nForce motherboard.

Each machine will run the 64-bit version of Windows Vista, and will feature new "Ice Cube" cooling components plus independently controlled LEDs. Buyers will be able to customise their PC's configuration and machines will be fully tested prior to shipment.

In addition, Commodore has introduced a "revolutionary painting process" which allows the PCs to be customised with specially selected designs such as street art, photographs, PC game artwork (GRAW 2 is given as an example) or other licensed images.

"From beginners to professionals, Commodore Gaming ensures that only the very best components are provided to deliver the ultimate PC gaming experience," said Commodore Gaming CEO Bala Keilman.

"We also wanted to bring something new to the market, in the spirit of our Commodore heritage, and have worked hard to design a fully personalised product."

The original Commodore launched its first personal computer 25 years ago, and went on to sell millions of machines around the globe. Commodore Gaming was formed after the Commodore International Corporation agreed a partnership deal with The Content Factory worth an estimated EUR 18 million.

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