updated 11:20 am EST, Thu November 2, 2006
Voodoo OMEN Quad Core
Voodoo PC today previewed a new version of its high-end gaming PC that will use Intel's quad-core Core 2 Extreme processor. The OMEN Core 2 Extreme Quad Core upgrades the existing design to use Intel's 2.66GHz chip but retains the customized features the company's systems are known for, including the choice of factory-overclocked video cards from ATI or NVIDIA with copper heatsinks. The upgraded system can increase performance by as much as 70% over dual-core systems, Voodoo PC says. Pricing varies depending on the configuration and hasn't been listed, but the updated OMEN will be available for custom orders starting November 14th. The new system is the first to be introduced since company was acquired by HP in September. A full photo is available after the jump.