Wednesday, December 28th 2011

Epson Rolls Out Endeavor Pro 750 Gaming PC in Japan

In Japan, Epson does more than selling printing and imaging devices. It sells pre-built PCs. Its latest creation is the Endeavor Pro 750, a gaming PC based on Intel Sandy Bridge-E platform. The Endeavor Pro 750 is housed in an airy aluminum-built case. The case has two permanently-fixed handles on top, and its 3.5/2.5-inch drive bay stack can be access from the front-panel, to give it some hot-plugging capabilities. The front-panel also has two USB 3.0 ports next to audio I/O. It's the insides that are more interesting.

The Endeavor Pro 750 is driven by an Intel Core i7-3930K, though an i7-3960X Extreme Edition processor can be opted for, the CPU is cooled by a custom air-cooler. The processor sits on a custom OEM motherboard labelled Epson, but in all likelihood, it may have been built by any of the major motherboard ODMs, such as Foxconn. There are a variety of memory options, starting from 4 GB, all the way up to 32 GB, with DDR3-1600 MHz being the standard memory type. The base model ships with an AMD Radeon HD 6450 graphics card, but it can be configured all the way up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580. Storage options, too, are configurable, with various HDD RAID and SSD (Intel 510 series) available.
Like everything else, optical drives are configurable, the base model ships with a DVD ROM drive, which can be configured to DVD Writer + Blu-ray ROM combo, Blu-ray writer, and a second optical drive can be selected as well. Windows 7 Premium x64 is the OS of choice, though Windows 7 Ultimate can be opted for. Prices vary by configuration.Source:
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3 Comments on Epson Rolls Out Endeavor Pro 750 Gaming PC in Japan

the case itself looks like a modified Lian-Li to me...... same as the dvd/cd Bezels,
side panel open/close mechanism
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DAT cable-management. :shadedshu
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LianLi with Mac touches...But those handles are too DIY....
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