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Old July 25, 2008, 06:09 PM
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Default Biohazard Computer Systems Launches New Gaming Desktop Line

Biohazard Computer Systems has just unveiled the new Rapture high-end gaming desktop line.
Biohazard Computer Systems Inc, the leading ultra high-end boutique system builder, is excited to announce an addition to their award-winning performance desktop line. Biohazard’s latest system, Rapture, will take over the reigns as the flagship of an already stellar product line. Courtesy of it’s Cryosphere™ cooling system, Rapture is set to raise the performance bar for the performance PC industry. At the heart of Rapture is a phase change cooling system, but what makes the Cryosphere cooling system unique is it’s ability to implement multiple processor cooling evaporators.

“We have a passion for innovation, and with Rapture we have introduced an entirely new level of cooling performance,” says Josh Smith, CEO of Biohazard Computer Systems Inc. “With Rapture, and the Cryosphere cooling system we can actively cool not only the CPU but also multiple GPU’s to sub-zero temperatures, giving us greater headroom for performance-increasing overclocks beyond standard thermal

Timed to coincide with the launch of Rapture, the press reviews are starting to hit the newsstands. CPU Magazine (a Sandhills Publication) recently released their Dream PC issue, an invitation only gathering of the top performance PC system builders, in which Rapture was reviewed. “The Rapture absolutely destroyed our processor benchmarks…” states the reviewer who goes on to add “In 3DMark Vantage, the Rapture posted the highest CPU score…”.

“Rapture was designed from the ground up to provide industry leading performance,” says Smith, “ and the Rapture based on Intel’s Skulltrail platform reviewed by CPU Magazine illustrates that the benefits of this performance enhancement can reach beyond the gaming industry.”

Here are the various models:
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Old July 26, 2008, 08:43 AM
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HOLY SHIZNIT. No way I'm paying a price like that for phase change cooling. The base system starts at just over $7000! Redonkulous...who needs that?
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