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Erazer X700 extreme gaming PC offers one-click overclocking

The Lenovo Erazer X700, an extreme performance gaming PC, was announced by electronics company Lenovo yesterday during this year's 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show.

The desktop PC is designed to run intensive multimedia applications and includes a OneKey Overclocking feature to simplify the overclocking process, allowing users to modify the system's processor at the click of a button while preventing the PC from overheating using a liquid cooling system.

The PC includes 32GB of memory, dual graphics support up to two Nvidia GeForce GTX660 chips or ATI CrossFireX, or up to dual AMD Radeon HD 8950 graphics and up to 4TB of storage through its external drive bays. The highest-end configuration of this PC ships with a Core i7 Extreme processor. In addition, its optical drive allows users to connect up to six monitors to create a single panoramic display.

Erazer X700 will be available to purchase starting at $1,499 come June 2013.

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