Raptor X17 powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (9728 CUDA) now available with i9-14900HX (24C/32T); 96GB DDR5; and 24TB of RAID 0/1/5 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs
17.1-inch Widescreen Ultrasharp WUXGA 1920-by-1200 or WSXGA+ 1680-by-1050 with Glossy or Matte Surface

The ultimate Mobile Supercomputer for graphics professionals, gaming, 3D modeling, CAD digital content creators, engineeres and anyone demanding maximum power and video, or as Mobile Server on-the-Go.

  • Upgradeable Desktop 1333MHz FSB Processor Intel Quad Core 8MB or 12MB L2 cache, Core 2 Extreme or Core 2 Duo 4MB L2 cache and Quad Core XEON
  • up to 24TB (3x 8TB) of hard drive space; with 3 physical 3Gb/sec SATA-300 hard drives with RAID 0,1,5
  • SDD (Solid State Drives) available for maximum performance; up to 250MB/sec Sequential Read/Write Speed with RAID0 enabled
  • up to 16GB DDR2-800 PC2-6400 superfast memory; 200pin; SODIMM; 2 RAM sockets
  • Modular VGA Technology:1GB GDDR3 Nvidia GeForce Go 9800M GTX or 512MB 9800M GT, 8800M GTX, 8700M GT, 7950M GTX, Quadro FX1600 and 1GB Quadro FX3700; 2GB GDDR3 with Dual (SLI) VGA operation
  • Choice of optical drives: Multi DVD+-RW/-RAM, Blu Ray or HD DVD
  • DirectX10 support with Nvidia 9800M GT/GTX, 8700GT, 8800M GTX and FX1600/FX3700
  • High Definition TV Support: HD Audio interface; HDTV S-Video 7-wire output with optional TV tuner
  • Supports two External Displays: one DVI Dual Link port with HDCP support and one CRT port
  • Wireless LAN: SuperG 108Mbps or 802.11agn
  • Operating Systems: Windows XP Pro 64, VISTA 64-bit; LINUX; Server 2008
  • Internal 7-in-1 Card Reader; MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo/SD/Mini-SD/MMC
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    Engadget: MacBook Pro really was PC World's fastest tested laptop....until the Phantom-X......

    So there's a bit of grumbling on the internets that PC World, like, totally sold out and lied about the MacBook Pro being the fastest Vista laptop they ever tested (presumably just so they could get mentioned in that new Apple commercial, right?) shortly before the staff went cow tipping and passed out drunk in a public park. The reality is PC World apparently hadn't tested a laptop faster than the MacBook Pro at the time, and it wasn't until weeks later they tested the Eurocom D900C Phantom-X, which handily bested Apple's lappie by a broad margin. At least that's what PC World's editor Harry McCracken told us, but then again we did hear he recently got an Apple tat and is planning a hostile takeover of Macworld magazine in '08.

    PC World: Top 10 Power Laptops

    Thick, heavy unit with a quad-core processor runs scorchingly fast, remarkably quiet, and cool....

    Desktop Engineering: Editor's Pick of the Week

    by Anthony J. Lockwood | Published December 5, 2007

    Dear Desktop Engineering Reader:

    The first thing you need to understand about Eurocoms new D901C Notebook PC is that its a high-performance engineering-class workstation in a notebook form factor. The D901C is not some dainty thing to impress your hipsterness upon your mimosa-sipping compadres in first class whenever you whip it out to battle FreeCell. They will, nonetheless, be impressed: The D901C is a 12-pound, graphics, storage, and processing workhorse that is designed to replace a desktop unit and give you the option to take desktop power with you

    PC Plus Performance and Hotlist award

    Dear Eurocom,

    Please find attached the Performance Award, awarded to Eurocom for
    its D900 Phantom laptop, featured in issue 261 of PC Plus, on sale 25
    September 2007.

    The product also made it onto a our esteemed Hot List, making it our
    pick for the best in its class.

    Please feel free to use the attached award for all marketing
    purposes. If you wish to use any comments from the published review,
    please email the text you are requesting to use and we will respond

    Please pass on our hearty congratulations to all those concerned with
    this product's development.


    Laura Shaw on behalf of

    Ian Robson, Editor / Alex Cox, Reviews Editor
    PC Plus

    The Eurocom D900C Phantom-X is no ordinary notebook. In fact, it's a workstation-class machine ....

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