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November 23, 2012

Acer introduces Predator G5920

The new desktop comes equipped with 3rd Generation Intel Core processors to deliver smarter performance and enhanced visual experience

By CBR Staff Writer

Taiwanese hardware and electronics firm Acer has introduced a new desktop, Predator G5920 that is designed for intense multimedia and gaming.

The new desktop, which is powered by Windows 8 OS, comes with a 3D monitor and AcerCloud, an application that connects all user devices for anytime, anywhere access.

Acer Predator G5920 features 3rd Generation Intel Core processors to deliver smarter performance and enhanced visual experience.

In addition, the new release will enable users to unlock and overclock the CPUs, enhancing performance via the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (IXTU) to accelerate through tough tasks.

With all the essential performance tuning tools and features at their disposal, the system is claimed to maximise entertainment and productivity.

The accessibility options of the new release include USB and audio ports, and the top surface includes a convenient deck that allows different sized cables to fit in between to avoid tangles.

It also features two optional easy-swap hard disc bays to offer flexible expandability, offering space for user’s growing multimedia files.

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