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Acer updates predator orion nitro gaming desktops

Today, Acer announced an update to its increasingly popular gaming desktop product portfolio, enhancing the Predator Orion 300 and Nitro 50 gaming desktops.

Both series will now use the latest Intel 11th generation processors or AMD Ryen 5000 series, and Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs, not to mention many additional minor updates. The

Predator Orion desktop is designed for gamers who don’t want to compromise on anything. Obviously, Acer decided to see this information on the hardware implemented in the latest iteration. Essentially, the Predator Orion 3000 will be equipped with the 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor and the equally impressive RTX 3070, allowing gamers to freely play almost any game of their choice. In addition to excellent gaming performance, users can also perform some very important multitasking scenarios, such as editing and streaming.

To ensure the new Orion 3000 stays cool, Acer equipped it with a custom-designed 92x92mm ForstBlade cooling solution. Additionally, Orion 3000 will be equipped with a series of USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (TypeA, TypeC) and DTS: X super audio support. You can also choose optional tempered and EMI-compliant side glass panels for better aesthetics. It will also be equipped with 2TB PCIe NVMe SSD (1TB x 2) and up to 6TB HDD. The

Predator Orion 3000 will be available in North America in July, starting at $ 1,199. The

Nitro 50 series (N50120 AMD or N50620 Intel) is designed for gamers who want improvements in all aspects. Whether you are looking for better gameplay, additional features or a more immersive experience, Nitro 50 should provide you with something.

new desktop models will use AMD Ryzen 500 series or Intel’s 11th generation Core i7 processors, enabling them to handle most games and some heavy workloads. Each will also be equipped with the latest RTX 3060 Ti graphics card, which is ideal for gamers who want to pay through a high refresh rate display. It will use a ferrous metal shell to provide a good cooling effect through an efficient cooling solution. In addition, Nitro 50 will support 64GB of DDR4 3200Mhz memory, mass storage (3TB x 2) and M.2 support. The

Acer Nitro 50 will be available in North America in the next few months, and the starting price seems to be around US$900.

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