Forward of the Computex 2018 tech display in Taipei, Taiwan subsequent week, Acer has introduced AMD processor and graphics choices for its whole, freshly-revealed PC gaming lineup.
Beginning with its new flagship gaming pc, the Acer Predator Helios 500, Acer will unlock this 17.Three-inch monster with AMD 2d technology Ryzen processors as much as the Ryzen 7 2700, an octa-core chip. After all, that processor may also be paired with AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics touting 8GB of excessive bandwidth (HBM2) reminiscence.
With all different choices being equivalent as famous right here, those variations of the Helios 500 will opt for $2,199 (about £1,659, AU$2,909) to start out this August.
Acer’s desktops sign up for the Purple Crew, too
At the side of Acer’s new desktop substitute pc, the corporate’s straight-up towers are getting kitted out with AMD silicon, too. The newest, highest-end AMD is now to be had in the most up to date Acer gaming PCs.
The chief of the pack, Predator Orion 5000, shall be to be had this September with AMD choices for a processor so far as the 2d-gen, octa-core Ryzen 7 2700X paired with graphics playing cards as much as twin Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 for high-resolution, feature-rich gameplay in addition to easy VR. That model of the main gaming PC will value consumers $1,499 (about £1,129, AU$1,989) to start out.
As for Acer’s extra mainstream gaming PCs, the Nitro line, they too are receiving AMD upgrades, with the similar aforementioned processor topping out the processor choices for the Acer Nitro 50, paired with AMD graphics as much as Radeon RX 580 or Nvidia GTX 1060 playing cards. The AMD taste of the Nitro 50 will arrive in September as neatly for $899 (about £679, AU$1,189) to start out.
In the event you’ve been protecting out for AMD PC gaming in easy-to-install applications at respectable costs, then Acer has simply responded your plea in a transfer that makes it probably the most devoted mainstream supporters of AMD these days.