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Blackbird 02 by HP and VooDoo

Blackbird 02 by HP and VooDoo

So let me start by first stating, this is a mammoth machine, with some pretty top end specs and an amazingly beautiful appearance. Now, let’s get onto the specs of this beast.

The case is a giant heat sink that can support up to 600 pounds and weighs 70+ pounds. It is made entirely from cast and stamped aluminum. The side panel has hinges and a gasket on the side panel to reduce noise pollution. The case and its components allow for tool-less maintenance, just about everything is removable and serviceable without tools, even the CPU, GPU, and HDDs. Made to be user-serviced with its task lighting and easy to remove side panels.

VoodooPC has a new flagship – the Quad-Core OMEN!

VoodooPC has a new flagship – the Quad-Core OMEN!

Okay, so hands up everyone who wondered if, after HP bought them, high-end gaming rig manufacturer VoodooPC would get soft.  They've always been known for putting together uncompromising power-house machines - and charging uncompromising prices to boot - so has the HP keep-it-commercial corporate culture taken over?  By the look of their new OMEN PC, resplendant with its Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad-Core processor, I'd say that they're doing a pretty good job of staving off the middle-age spread.

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