Now we all know PC gaming is still a bustling market. We know that just as we know sarcasm rarely translates well when in text. But despite the fact that – unless you’re an MMO fan – most, if not all of the best selling PC games are optimized to run on affordable 4 year old rigs that wont run you a $2,999 tab like the eX-L18, developers are still working hard to create monster rigs that in best case scenarios will only use ~10% of their processing capabilities on the current generation of PC titles. In any case, if you still have your heart set (and 4 months pay saved up) on running ultra high settings on future titles like “Dragon Age: Origins,” Fujistsu and Maingear got you covered.
Fujitsu claims to be developing the worlds fastest gaming rig, incorperating their 30+ years of workstation knowledge, German “ultra clocking,” and the best hand selected components into one beastly machine. Unfortunately that’s all we know about it so far.
This announcement came squarley on the heels of Maingear’s new eX-L18 new gaming laptop, otherwise known as “the world’s most powerful gaming laptop,” with dual GTX 280M’s, 8GB of DDR3 memory, three 2.5 inch SSDs (or SATA), Blu-Ray drive and a 18.4 inch, 1,920 x 1,080 resolution screen. (it’s probably really heavy too)
These two PCs promise to run the Sims 3 faster than an e6600 and x1900xtx coupling, if its possible, considering a machine like the latter can already run the game on it’s highest settings. But if you have the money, and your serious about experiencing every pixel of your favorite PC title, these two machines promise to deliver.