The Gateway FX530 Series Desktop PC comes with a warranty from Gateway, unlike most other over-clocked machines from major PC OEMs.
The unit packs either an ATI Radeon x1950 or x1900 CrossFire Edition graphics card, and customers have the option of adding Sound Blaster Audigy 4 and X-Fi sound cards as well as Logitech surround-sound speakers.
All models support an optional integrated TV tuner and remote control.
The PC can be purchased with 750GB perpendicular drives with a capacity of up to 2.25 terabytes. The additional drive bay allows users to expand storage capacity to 3 terabytes.
Several models also come with two Western Digital Raptor 150GB 10,000 RPM drives striped for maximum performance.
"The Gateway FX530 Series delivers leading-edge technology options in the four areas that impact performance most: processing, graphics, storage and system reliability," said Gary Elsasser, vice president of platforms at Gateway.
"Customers can choose the features in their PC that will have the greatest impact on what they use it for, such as high-end graphics for gamers or high-capacity storage for digital creation enthusiasts.
"Advanced features like over-clocked processors and Raid hard drive storage ensure that customers are getting a high-powered system that also meets their strict reliability requirements."
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