updated 01:55 pm EST, Wed February 6, 2008
Dell XPS 730 H2C Details
Information about Dell's XPS 730 H2C has slipped out ahead of its full announcement, says Engadget. Spotting the PC inside Dell, a tipster confirms that the new high-end gaming desktop will have four externally-accessible drive bays as well as slightly reworked interior watercooling. The system will also be based on Intel's most recent X-series mainboard platform and should support DDR3 memory as well as NVIDIA's triple SLI technology that permits as many as three distinct video cards to provide an extra boost to 3D games.
Dell's release plans for the new top XPS have not accompanied the new leak, though it may depend heavily on the late-winter release of mainstream 45 nanometer Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Extreme processors as well as expected future NVIDIA boards such as the GeForce 9800 GX2.