This will not be an Acer CES event without some PC games, and this year the focus is on the desktop crowd. The PC maker opened two systems powered by the release of Predator Orion 9000, a free-standing backup tower for dedicated gamers. If you get past the "look ma, I'm a gamer" style over-the-top, you'll find a lot of strength under the hood. The system uses a combination of liquid coolant and partitioned airflow system to drive some serious high-end components with minimal noise and some space for overclocking, including graphics card Intel Core i9 18-core, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti twin graphics card and like 128GB RAM.
This case is also made specifically for LANs with grips and wheels, while the windows without tools can help with a faster upgrade section. There is also no shortage of ports, although the array is a bit confusing: there are two USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports (one each Type-C and Type-A), eight USB 3.1 ports (one Type C and seven Type A) (for some reason) two USB 2.0 ports. Orion 9000 will start from $ 1,999 while the ship is in February, though Acer has not said what configuration it belongs to. You can safely assume the 18-core dream machine will cost you much more.
The introduction of Acer laptop, meanwhile, is at the other end of the spectrum. The 15-inch Nitro 5 is intended for "casual gamers" (or really, gamers on a budget) who want enough power to run a politely demanding title when they are away from home. It will not blow anyone with the Ryzen mobile processor and the Radeon RX560 video, but you get a solid-state drive (up to 512GB), 32GB RAM and a large number of USB Type-C, gigabit Ethernet and HDMI 2.0 connections. Really, the price is hook - Nitro 5 will start from $ 799 during the ship in April, which sounds right for the system with enough power for your overwatch session.
Source : https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/06/acer-predator-orion-9000-and-nitro-5/