As part of their pre-Computex Global Press Conference, Acer today has unveiled a pair of new SKUs for their Orion Series of Gaming Desktops, filling out the series with the new 3000 and 5000 series machines. The 5000 series Acer says is designed for gamers who require superior performance and an adaptable chassis for future expansion. Meanwhile the mid-range 3000 series sports the same design and slightly different hardware inside. Acer’s goal was to provide a “…full lineup of gaming desktops able to cater to a wide range of needs.” The new Predator Orion 5000 series gaming desktops will use up to an 8th Gen Intel Core i7+ 8700K processor riding on an Intel Z370 chipset based board as well as supporting up to...
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