Press Release: Deluge-ii Announced With Intel Skulltrail

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Puget Systems Announces Support for Intel’s “Skulltrail” High Performance, Dual Processor Platform

Puget Systems Works Closely with Intel to Ensure Newly Launched ‘Deluge-ii’ System Fully Exploits “Skulltrail” Performance for the most Immersive Gaming Experience

SEATTLE, WA (February 19, 2008) – Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com), a boutique integrator of custom PC systems for enthusiasts, gamers, consumers and SMB markets, today announced that its newly launched high performance gaming system, Deluge-ii, is being offered with Intel’s new dual processor based gaming and media creation platform, code-named “Skulltrail.”

Intel is launching the Intel® Dual Socket Extreme Desktop Platform, formally codenamed Skulltrail, this week at the 2008 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. It is designed to provide extreme high-end enthusiasts with a fantastic media creation and gaming experience. The platform features two quad core Intel® Core™2 Extreme QX9775 processors and the Intel® Desktop Board D5400XS featuring 4 PCI Express x16 Gen 1.1 slots with support for up to 4 graphics cards.

Puget Systems’ Deluge, which launched last month, is a finely tuned performance platform, custom designed and hand built to meet the requirements of the discriminating gamer. An extreme, ultra-high performance gaming system, Deluge features overclocked Intel 45nm Penryn processors, and is now optimized to take advantage of the significant performance gains provided by the Skulltrail platform in a custom liquid-cooled enclosure, designed specifically with Intel for this platform.

“Our collaboration with Intel on the launch of Skulltrail is a prime example of how Puget Systems partners with industry leaders -- the innovators who are driving the newest and hottest developments in enthusiast computing,” said Jon Bach, president of Puget Systems. “We’ve been working closely with Intel since the early days of Skulltrail to ensure we had a complete understanding of how to deliver a computing experience that fully leverages all that Skulltrail has to offer. The result of that collaboration is Deluge – a bleeding edge gaming rig that takes full advantage of the Skulltrail high performance platform.”

“Intel has worked closely with Puget Systems in bringing Skulltrail to market,” said CJ Bruno, Director of Americas Marketing, Intel Corporation. “Puget Systems provides a robust computing environment in which Skulltrail can flex its processing muscle so users of this system will enjoy the truly immersive and exciting experience.”

Every Deluge system from Puget Systems is custom tailored to individual customer requirements. By tapping into the industry’s leading edge component developers, such as Intel, nVidia, XFX, OCZ, and Bigfoot Networks, a precision gaming rig has been designed that delivers an intense, highly immersive gaming experience with blazing speed, pure sound, high reliability and unwavering performance.

Customers can customer tailor their new Deluge System based on Intel® Dual Socket Extreme Desktop Platform now at www.pugetsystems.com/deluge.php.

About Puget Systems
Puget Systems is a specialized integrator of custom personal computing systems meticulously designed to exceed the discriminating requirements of consumers, enthusiasts, gamers and businesses in multiple industries. Puget Systems combines industry-unique custom innovations, the highest quality leading-edge components with an unparalleled commitment to personal service and support. Founded in 2000, Puget Systems is headquartered in Kent, Washington. For more information, please visit www.pugetsystems.com.

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just when you thought it couldent get any better they doubled the power this should be the official rig for the world series of video games.

still yet i do not find myself worthy to own one

Posted on 2008-02-21 07:40:25
Voripteth

So the default configuration for the top of the line system doesn't actually use SLI? That seems rather odd.

For that matter you should offer SLI with the 8800 GTS 512 cards in your drop down list.

Posted on 2008-02-21 09:49:24

So the default configuration for the top of the line system doesn't actually use SLI? That seems rather odd.

For that matter you should offer SLI with the 8800 GTS 512 cards in your drop down list.

That was actually a mistake, thanks for mentioning! Fixed.

Posted on 2008-02-21 12:30:47
uuvbbz

so nice.....

Posted on 2008-05-18 12:22:21