The futuristic Lenovo Erazer X510 was built for gaming. From its avant garde design to its overclockable quad-core processor and dedicated NVIDIA GTX graphics card, the Erazer X510 is a desktop ahead of its time.
The Erazer X510 is powered by a fourth generation quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and 12GB of RAM, delivering incredible power to multitask between high intensity programs and play the latest games without issue. Combine this with the dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 graphics card with 1GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory, you'll find you possess the power to unleash outstanding graphics from games and process images and videos at speed. If you ever feel the need for more power, The X510 features a dedicated OneKey Overclock button which automatically overclocks the CPU and GPU to help you squeeze everything out of your system.
Equipped with a Blu-Ray drive, the X510 is primed for premium entertainment, and featured the ports you'll need to get the most out of your media. With an HDMI-out port, you can connect the X510 to a big screen monitor, projector or TV and enjoy games and movies in high definition. You can also hook it up to a 7.1-channel surround sound system and experience incredible sound thanks to Dolby Advanced Audio. If you prefer a more simple digital output, a S/PDIF output will help minimise loss of quality.
The X510 includes eight USB ports, including two ultra fast USB 3.0 ports, one of which is always on to allow for USB charging or portable devices, even when your PC is turned off. With eight ports, you'll never be short of places to plug in external drives, USB receivers and other peripherals. a 7-in-1 card reader will let you transfer data from some of the most used memory cards in digital cameras, tablets and smartphones, quickly and easily.
Store all your photos, video, music and more on the enormous 1TB hard drive. There is plenty of room for multiple users to store data for convenient access. This hard drive also includes an SSHD portion with 8GB of storage dedicated to your most used files, to ensure fast load times, whether you're booting the system up or visiting your most visited documents and programs.