To welcome 2023, Linux hardware vendor Slimbook announced today a Limited Edition of their Slimbook Kymera Ventus Linux-powered computer featuring support for the latest and greatest AMD CPUs, as well as black coating.
Powered by the latest and greatest AMD Ryzen 7000 processor series (7700X, 7900X, or 7950X) with up to 16 cores and 5,7GHz boost clocks, the Slimbook Kymera Ventus AMD Black Limited Edition desktop computer comes with an ATX-sized, full-metal case in an “intimidating” black color that “radiates respect and elegance from all its corners.”
In terms of graphics and gaming, the Linux PC also features AMD RX Radeon 6750 XT or AMD RX Radeon 7000 (7900 XT or 7900 XTX) RDNA 3 series boasting up to 24GB of GDDR6 VRAM. To top that, you’ll also get DDR5 5200MHz RAM options up to 64GB, as well as up to 4TB SSD storage.
Being a Limited Edition, the Slimbook Kymera Ventus AMD Black edition is available only in a very limited number so you need to hurry if you were in the market for a new Linux-powered desktop computer to kick off the new year. In addition, they will feature a giant Tux logo on their front panel.
You can configure and buy the Slimbook Kymera Ventus AMD Black Limited Edition desktop computer right now from the official website. As with all the Slimbook computers, this edition ships pre-installed with the latest Kubuntu Linux operating system featuring the KDE Plasma desktop environment or Ubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Linux Mint, KDE neon, or Lliurex (Edubuntu-based distro).
The price starts from 1999,90 € (~$2,135 USD) for the model with the AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processor, AMD RX Radeon 6750 XT graphics, 16GB DDR5 5200Mhz RAM, and no storage. If black isn’t your thing, you can get the Slimbook Kymera Ventus Silver Edition with AMD from here.
The Intel variant features the 13th Gen Intel “Raptor Lake” processors with up to 24 cores and 5,8GHz boost clocks, as well as the high-performance Intel ARC series GPUs with up to 16GB GDDR6 VRAM or the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 series GPUs boasting up to 24GB of GDDR6 VRAM, and it’s available here.
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