Tuesday, September 4th 2007

HP Blackbird 002 Coming Soon

HP plans to launch a new desktop called the HP Blackbird 002 some time this week. The new Blackbird PC plans to target gamers and PC enthusiasts and will feature:
  • BIOS-based overclocks
  • Heat-optimized aluminum chassis and foot
  • Liquid cooling system for CPUs and GPUs
  • Tool-free upgrades for CPU, GPU, drives
  • Pricing between $2500 and $6500
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13 Comments on HP Blackbird 002 Coming Soon

#2
tigger
I'm the only one
loks interesting,asus board too.is a tad expensive tho'
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#3
mandelore
lol.... far too expensive. muchos easier just to DIY
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#4
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
mandelore
lol.... far too expensive. muchos easier just to DIY
You mean MUY easier...
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#5
jocksteeluk
that looks nice and neat shame about the price though.
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#6
regan1985
i think its for the rich lazy people, if i had the money i think id buy one,least you know its stable, and then id have my own diy machine! looks big tho would if fit under a desk?:laugh:
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#7
lordlatte
"BIOS-based overclocks"!!! Though to be totally fair, I've always wondered what it would be like to have a case that was actually a giant heatsink, I wonder exactly what "Heat-optimized aluminum chassis and foot" really means.
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#8
GLD
The price for this thing is only affordable for movie stars or drug dealers. I am neither of these so I will not be getting one. I wouldn't wan't it anyways. For that much hard earned cash you could build one yourself that would bring that bling box to it's knees.
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#9
kwchang007
Hmm interesting bios based overclocks? Does that mean just raising the multiplier in the bios....cause some people just don't know how to overclock.
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#10
ktr
What happen to that maybach laptop from hp?

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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I like the influx of gaming pcs coming from HP now. Voodoo has definitely inspired them. I love the case and the look. Price is a tad high, but Im sure the 6500 end is uber maxed out.

One question, how do you know its an Asus board?
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#12
ktr
Question: is that unit coming to stores?
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#13
crocop
WarEagleAU
I like the influx of gaming pcs coming from HP now. Voodoo has definitely inspired them. I love the case and the look. Price is a tad high, but Im sure the 6500 end is uber maxed out.

One question, how do you know its an Asus board?
it is asus striker extreme... look at the chipset cooler, this is asus striker extreme :cool:
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