Smooth Creations Unveils a New Beast - The Redeemer

"Smooth Creations and BFG have come together to unveil a high-power performance notebook based on Intel's Core i7 processors."

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Smooth Creations Unveils a New Beast – The Redeemer
The new Redeemer high-performance notebook from Smooth Creations
Smooth Creations and BFG have come together to unveil a high-power performance notebook based on Intel’s Core i7 processors. Dubbed “The Redeemer”, the system promises to “turn heads, and then shred them”.

Featuring a head-turning default artwork chassis, the Redeemer brings together the best of Smooth Creations, BFG, Corsair and Intel’s technology. It offers a choice of one of Intel’s three Core i7 processors including the 965 Extreme Edition. This is combined with dual BFG GeForce GTX 280 graphics cards in SLI and up to 12GB of triple-channel DDR3 memory.

This beast of a system carries a full-HD resolution 17in display backed by a “perfect pixels” guarantee and a choice of hard disk or solid state drives. Other options available include a webcam and TV tuner, and a 12-cell battery to keep the hardware going.

The Redeemer is aimed at the LAN-going gamer and in most ways, justifies the manufacturer’s claim, “if you don’t own the Redeemer system with BFG Mobile GeForce 280s, get ready for an ass-whipping”. Smooth Creations is offering a choice of configuration options and custom artwork designs, all within a price range of $3,200 for the base version to $8,024 for the fully loaded one.

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03-04-2009, 07:49:01

ndoom2006
I just built a PC. I have a 4Gb memory ( Dual Channel Kit). But when I put in both memorys, All the Fans and components start working but there's no picture on the monitor. When I remove one of the rams the system is ok again. I wonder if this has anything to do with the Ram Voltage because on the ram says that it has a 2.10V and I have 2 of these but my mainboard supports 1.8V unbuffered ram.

Please Help me.

By the way my Mermory is Corsair XMS2-8500 4Gb(2x2gb) dual channel kit
and my Mainboard is MSI P45 Neo

03-04-2009, 10:05:16

Freak
Are you able to change the voltages to 2.1? If not then it looks like you wont be able to use the ram.

Looks like its the case as it says ony supports 1.8...

03-04-2009, 11:38:32

nepas
a quick look at google for bios screens:
looks like you need to enter the "cell menu" on your bios to change the ram voltage

05-04-2009, 19:23:43

Kojak71
If you can't run at 2.1V, you can run the RAM at 1.8V as long as you relax the speed from 1066MHz to 800MHz.

05-04-2009, 19:30:32

tinytomlogan
when you get to the bios just tap the '+' on the number pad and the voltage should go up ;)

06-04-2009, 07:11:30

ndoom2006
I've lowered it down to 833 Mhz and it works. Thanks guys.
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