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Game players seeking the acme of performance might like to check out US vendor GamePC's Liquid Metal line. The PCs contain a 450MHz Pentium III processor overclocked to 600MHz, a 190MHz 3dfx Voodoo 3 3000 card, 384MB of PC133 RAM, 6x DVD drive, 10,000rpm IBM 18GB Ultra2 SCSI hard drive, and a 40x CD-ROM unit. An EIDE version sports a 22GB drive and a 52x CD-ROM player. To stop all this technology melting a hole through your floor, the company has added Kryotech's liquid-cooled casing. For good measure, the Voodoo card has its own cooler too. GamePC has yet to announce prices for the Liquid Metal range, but it did say it hopes to begin shipping them before 18 June. ®

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