Acer Predator Orion X: Kompakter Gaming-PC mit High-End-Hardware

In the future, Acer will be involved in high-performance gaming PCs in particularly compact housings. With a volume of 16 liters, the case of the Predator Orion X is slightly larger than popular models such as the DAN Cases A4-H2O or Ncase M1. To begin with, Acer sells the Predator Orion X fully equipped, later a barebones version without built-in hardware will follow.

Acer’s design is more playful than that of the competition – the manufacturer speaks of a “space capsule” look. The internal structure is typical: on the right side is the Mini-ITX mainboard including the processor, in front of it is the power supply unit. On the left is the desktop graphics card, which is connected to the mainboard via a riser cable. At the top there is enough space for a compact water cooling system with a 240 mm radiator. Locks for the individual zones are located on the front and in the cover.

With the fully equipped Predator Orion X, Acer uses Intel’s top processor model, the Core i9-13900KS, and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4090. This is joined by 32 GB of DDR5-5600 RAM and two NVMe SSDs with a PCIe 4.0 connection.

A 240 mm radiator cools the Core i9-13900KS. Acer also speaks of water cooling for the GeForce RTX 4090, but with a radiator and two axial fans directly on the graphics card. The model seems to be a self-creation.

(Picture: Acer)

The Predator Orion X will go on sale in September 2023 at prices starting at 2499 euros – Acer does not reveal which hardware is in the basic configuration. A launch date for the barebones version is also not yet known.

As part of its own [email protected] event, the manufacturer also presented a range of new notebooks, including updated variants from the Travelmate, Vero and Swift series. Mainly they use new CPUs and GPUs. The market launches will take place during the summer.


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