[UPDATE 6/13/17]: The new Inspiron Gaming Desktop with Windows 10 is available in the U.S. starting today, from $599.99 USD.It’s no secret that PC gaming is blowing up. The Open Gaming Alliance has projected it to grow to as high as a $35B market by 2018.At Dell, we’ve been on the front lines and bleeding edge of PC gaming for more than 20 years bringing innovative new systems and technology to market to keep you prepped for battle. While we have honed our craft with our incredible Alienware products, we recognized that there are gamers seeking a competitive advantage at a more accessible price, so we introduced our new Inspiron Gaming notebook line-up in January.That brings us to exciting news from Computex 2017 – we’re adding our first desktop in the Inspiron Gaming line-up, the Inspiron Gaming Desktop with Windows 10, starting at $599.Following the success of the Inspiron 15 Gaming laptop, launched at CES 2017 and already a favorite among reviewers, the new Inspiron Gaming Desktop sports the latest AMD multicore Ryzen processors. They feature SenseMI which dynamically optimizes power consumption, task routing and clock speeds to deliver exceptional responsiveness and performance whether you are gaming, streaming or in VR.“The addition of the Inspiron Gaming Laptop makes sense after the success of its laptop counterpart. Not everyone wants or needs a portable gaming machine, so providing a desktop option to those customers could encourage them to invest in a casual gaming device,” said Valentina Palladino in Ars Technica.“’Affordable gaming desktop’ isn’t a phrase that inspires much confidence, but Dell hasn’t cut many corners with the Inspiron Gaming Desktop,” noted Kyle Wiggers in Digital Trends.This new desktop is also built so you can expand, upgrade and update with ease. It comes with power supply options up to 850 watts for dual discrete graphics from AMD and NVIDIA, its ready for VR graphics cards, supports up to 32GB of DDR4 memory, offers advanced CPU cooling options and comes with Waves MaxxAudio Pro with 7.1 Channel HD audio. It also offers a convenient SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C™ port and up to six SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports total, a wide selection of high-capacity hard drives with responsive SSD and dual-drive options plus up to five storage bays.The Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop is currently available on JD.com in China and will be available on Dell.com and at select retailers worldwide in the coming weeks.Stay tuned for more exciting gaming news from Dell and Alienware on June 12 at E3!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0yRFCAGi3E
Notre Dame closed Wednesday due to winter weather for the first time in 10 years. Students, faculty and staff were notified of the decision through the University’s emergency alert system around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. “Because of dangerous weather conditions, classes have been cancelled and the campus will be closed for business today,” the alert said. ” Snow Essential Personnel are asked to report to work, but to use caution.” Notre Dame last closed due to winter weather on Dec. 12, 2000, according to University spokesman Dennis Brown. Final exams were postponed for one day. Before the 2000 snow day, Notre Dame closed due to a snowstorm in January, 1997. University offices were closed Wednesday, but North and South Dining Halls, LaFortune Student Center and Reckers remained open for students. RecSports recreation facilities, including Rolfs Sports Recreation Center, Rockne Memorial and Rolfs Aquatic Center also held regular hours. Classes were also cancelled Wednesday at Saint Mary’s, where the Noble Family Dining Hall and C-Store remained open. South Bend Mayor Luecke declared a “snow emergency” at 6 a.m. Wednesday, prohibiting non-emergency traffic on all streets throughout the city. He advised residents to stay home and restrict travel. The City of South Bend lifted the “snow emergency” at 4 p.m., but parking was prohibited on snow routes until Thursday morning. “City crews have been working 24/7 to clear the snow and will continue to do so until all streets are complete,” a Wednesday afternoon media advisory from the City stated. The Associated Press reported tens of millions of people stayed home Wednesday due to the winter storm, which spread from Oklahoma to New England. Chicago, where 20.2 inches fell, experienced the most snow in the storm, which was a result of the rare clashing of two air masses, according to the Associated Press.
Published on September 12, 2015 at 4:01 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3 Syracuse (2-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast) shut out Wake Forest (1-1, 0-1) in the second half and overcame a four-point deficit to defeat the Demon Deacons, 30-17, on Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome.Running AwayEric Dungey didn’t air it out much in the first half of his first career start. The true freshman quarterback was just 4-of-7 in the first half, while the mostly stagnant Orange offense ran the ball for 73 yards compared to just 35 in the air.Dungey connected on two passes in two of his first three plays, but had just two more the entire rest of the first half. George Morris was the leading rusher, taking six handoffs for 46 yards. Devante McFarlane, who didn’t play last week, averaged just 3.8 yards per carry in the game.In the second half, Dungey flipped the script for the Syracuse offense.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAn 89-yard sidearm pass to Brisly Estime late in the third quarter shifted the momentum, and was the third longest score in program history. On SU’s next drive, Dungey threw a 21-yard completion down the sideline to Kendall Moore before finding Steve Ishmael for a 53-yard touchdown.Dungey finished with 221 yards on 8-of-13 passing, and added 58 yards on the ground.Defensive resurgenceEven with Syracuse’s two first-half interceptions, the secondary had some major lapses in the Orange’s win. John Wolford started out 20-for-24 in the air and picked apart the Orange defense with a slew of five complete passes in seven plays that spanned just 1:44 of game time.In Wolford’s first touchdown pass, K.J. Brent burned cornerback Julian Whigham, and caught a 40-yard reception before SU’s safeties could close in.Cornerback Wayne Morgan did come up with the big play on the afternoon, when he trucked Isaiah Robinson on a third-and-2 with WFU driving and 4:38 remaining in the game. Two penalties and an Alex Kinal punt later and the Orange coasted to victory.On Wake’s final drive, Antwan Cordy sacked Wolford for a 10-yard loss. Six plays later, Corey Winfield intercepted a pass in the end zone, putting the finishing stamp on a second-half resurgence for SU’s defense.Old SchoolWith Ervin Philips sidelined for the afternoon, Syracuse’s other hybrids were largely non-factors. Ben Lewis had a 17-yard run on SU’s fourth play of the game, but didn’t see the ball again. Dontae Strickland had a 12-yard catch of his own.Philips had two catches — both for touchdowns, and both in the first half — in SU’s season-opening 47-0 win over Rhode Island. But without the sophomore in the game, the Orange’s highly-touted new position played a limited factor in the win. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
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