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HP Firebird Voodoo DNA Gaming PC

Posted on January 14, 2009
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HP Firebird Voodoo DNA

The new gaming PC out there, the HP Firebird Voodoo DNA. 

PC gamers get ready. If you are looking one good gaming computer out there, then the HP Voodoo DNA gaming PC may be the one that you are looking for.

One of the best things that we love about this computer is the fact that it is not at the expensive side. A good thing since we are living in another economically-challenged era. There are two configurations for this gaming gizmo. The Firebird Voodoo DNA 802 and the Firebird Voodoo DNA 803.

The Firebird Voodoo 802 has an operating system of Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 and a processor of 2.66 gigahertz Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 with 6 megabytes L2 cache. In addition to that it has a 4 gigabyte 800 megahertz DDR2 SDRAM.

For the juicy part, it has an Nvidia Nforce 760S Chipset, along with two 512 megabytes Nvidia GeForce 9800S and 250 gigabytes of 5,400 rpm hard drives. Also, it has a gigabit Ethernet, integrated audio and a dual-layer DVD burner.

On the other hand, for the Voodoo DNA 803, it runs with the same operating system as that of the 802, while its processor is a 2.83 gigahertz Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 with 12 megabytes L2 cache.

Yet, basically, it almost has similar specifications as that of the 802. The only thing that differs are in some of its add-ons and the configuration. One specific feature is that is has a Blu-Ray drive as well as a gigabit Ethernet and an 802.11 b/g/n wireless. Moreover, it has a Creative Labs X-Fi Mini PCI audio card.

What we love about the Firebird Voodoo is that it can play almost all the current games out there. The resolution is not something to worry about. That is whether you are using a 22-inch LCD with a pixel resolution of 1,680 x 1,080 or a 24-incher with a 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution.

To note about the graphics card it uses, it has an Nvidia MXM in its system. Therefore, it has a much reduced power, thermal and even noise problems that some computers usually experiences. With this, we believe that HP has just created a gaming PC that not only works but makes the most out if your gaming experience.

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