Review: ACER PREDATOR ORION 9000

Review the Accer Predator Orion 9000, we’re facing a very elaborate device with a black and silver housing as well as customizable RGB lights on the front and edges of the device.

Review: ACER PREDATOR ORION 9000

Futuristic design

On the side, we have a glass panel that allows you to see the beasts of the monster. Acer says it has worked on the size of the aperture to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI).
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For those who travel via LAN or visit their friends, Acer has considered equipping its devices with a handle, wheels, and even a place to store headphones and monster cables.

A Beast Worthy Art Paper

According to Jeff Lee, Managing Director, Fixed Computing, of Acer IT Products Business, the Predator Orion 9000 is the most powerful PC the brand has brought to the market. In fact, this device has 4 AMD RX VEGA Crossfire graphics cards and an 18-core processor (Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition), all of which are cooled by a home cooling system called IceTunnel 2.0. This divides the computer into several cooling zones thanks to ventilation tunnels that expel the heat.

As for the RAM, the CPU will be paired with a 4-channel DDR4 memory that can reach 128GB.

ACER PREDATOR ORION 9000 also specifies that it is possible to choose a SLI configuration with two Nvidia GeForce 1080Ti cards.

For connectivity, we remain in the classic mode: USB 3.1, Type-C, and USB 2.0

Features

Computer Type: Gamer
Processor: Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition
RAM: 128 GB
Graphics Card: AMD RX Vega, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti

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