This ultra top of the line PC draws its gaming power from two MSI Gaming Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti OC Edition GPUs with 6 GB of GDDR5 each in a SLI design, which ought to make gaming at 4K resolutions with smooth framerates suitable. With the sticker price and the two GTX 980 Ti design cards, we anticipated that Xotic Exodus PC would utilize a Haswell-E framework with more PCI-E paths, yet rather the organization picked to utilize an Intel 6-Gen (Skylake) Core i7-6700K CPU overclocked to 4.8 GHz.
To keep the framework cool with its overclock, Xotic Exodus PC incorporated a custom single circle water cooler for the CPU and both GPUs. The drawback to utilizing Skylake over the Haswell-E stage is that it has less CPU centers and altogether less PCI E 3.0 paths accessible to nourish the GPUs, which could make a bottleneck in a few circumstances.
Changing to the Haswell-E stage would have likely expanded the value a bit, however in the event that you are willing to drop thousands on a gaming PC, you would most likely be willing to shell out an additional $200-300 for Haswell-E in the event that it implied you would have better execution. Xotic Exodus PC likewise incorporates 32 GB of Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 memory checked at 2666 MHz in a double channel arrangement.
For capacity, the framework utilizes three 500 GB Samsung 850 Evo SSDs in a RAID 0, and it contains a 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Barracuda HDD. The framework likewise has a high power Evga SuperNOVA 1300 G2 Gold PSU appraised with a 80 Plus Gold proficiency authentication that is equipped for yielding up to 1300 W of force. The framework is assembled within an Inwin 909 PC case.
For extra cooling, Xotic Exodus PC introduced the Thermaltake Riing 12RGB inward lighting pack that incorporates three 120 mm fans able to do approximately 40 CFM of wind stream. The unit additionally accompanies a remote that can change the shade of the fan’s LED lights.
Xotic PC revealed its “Exodus; Intel Z170” gaming desktop, which will set you back almost $6,714.