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At CES today, Valve announced the specifications and prices of several third-party Steam Machines that will run the company’s new SteamOS operation system.

The first batch of Steam Machines come with a wide variety of specs and prices, ranging from $499 to $6,000. It should be worth noting that some Steam Machine models are customizable, so their price will vary depending on what you put in them. For instance, the Digital Storm Bolt 2 is listed for $2,584, but starts from $1899.

You can find a rundown of each machine below. Alienware is also developing a Steam Machine (above), but its specs and price were not announced.

Alternate – $1339

  • CPU – Intel Core i5 4570
  • Graphics – Gigabyte GTX 760
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB SSHD

CyberPowerPC – $499 and up

  • CPU – AMD/Intel Core i5 CPU
  • Graphics – AMD Radeon R9 270/Nvidia GTX 760
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB

Digital Storm Bolt 2 – $2,584

  • CPU – Intel Core i7 4770K
  • Graphics – GTX 780 Ti
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB HDD + 120 GB SSD

Gigabyte Brix Pro – TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i7-4770R
  • Graphics – Intel Iris Pro 5200
  • RAM – 2 x 4GB
  • Storage – 1TB SATA 6Gb/sata

Falcon Northwest – $1,799 to $6000

  • CPU – customisable
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan
  • RAM – 8 to 16 GB
  • Storage – up to 6 TB

iBuyPower – $499 and up

  • CPU – Quad core AMD or Intel
  • Graphics – Radeon GCN Graphics
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB+

Materiel.net – $1,098

  • CPU – Intel Core i5 4440
  • Graphics – MSI GeForce GTX 760 OC
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 8 GB + 1 TB SSHD

Next SPA – price TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i5
  • Graphics – Nvidia GT 760
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 1TB

Origin PC Chronos – price TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i7 4770K (3.9 to 4.6 GHz)
  • Graphics – 2 x 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX Titans

Scan NC 10 – $1,090

  • CPU – Intel Core i3 4000M
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB

Webhallen – $1,499

  • CPU – Intel Core i7
  • Graphics – Nvidia GT 780
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB SSHD

Zotac – $599

  • CPU – Intel Core (TBD)
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX
  • RAM – TBD
  • Storage – TBD

Via: Polygon

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Valve Confirms Prices and Specs of Several Third-Party Steam Machines

By Matthew Bennett | 01/7/2014 06:28 AM PT

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At CES today, Valve announced the specifications and prices of several third-party Steam Machines that will run the company’s new SteamOS operation system.

The first batch of Steam Machines come with a wide variety of specs and prices, ranging from $499 to $6,000. It should be worth noting that some Steam Machine models are customizable, so their price will vary depending on what you put in them. For instance, the Digital Storm Bolt 2 is listed for $2,584, but starts from $1899.

You can find a rundown of each machine below. Alienware is also developing a Steam Machine (above), but its specs and price were not announced.

Alternate – $1339

  • CPU – Intel Core i5 4570
  • Graphics – Gigabyte GTX 760
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB SSHD

CyberPowerPC – $499 and up

  • CPU – AMD/Intel Core i5 CPU
  • Graphics – AMD Radeon R9 270/Nvidia GTX 760
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB

Digital Storm Bolt 2 – $2,584

  • CPU – Intel Core i7 4770K
  • Graphics – GTX 780 Ti
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB HDD + 120 GB SSD

Gigabyte Brix Pro – TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i7-4770R
  • Graphics – Intel Iris Pro 5200
  • RAM – 2 x 4GB
  • Storage – 1TB SATA 6Gb/sata

Falcon Northwest – $1,799 to $6000

  • CPU – customisable
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan
  • RAM – 8 to 16 GB
  • Storage – up to 6 TB

iBuyPower – $499 and up

  • CPU – Quad core AMD or Intel
  • Graphics – Radeon GCN Graphics
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB+

Materiel.net – $1,098

  • CPU – Intel Core i5 4440
  • Graphics – MSI GeForce GTX 760 OC
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 8 GB + 1 TB SSHD

Next SPA – price TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i5
  • Graphics – Nvidia GT 760
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 1TB

Origin PC Chronos – price TBD

  • CPU – Intel Core i7 4770K (3.9 to 4.6 GHz)
  • Graphics – 2 x 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX Titans

Scan NC 10 – $1,090

  • CPU – Intel Core i3 4000M
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M
  • RAM – 8GB
  • Storage – 500GB

Webhallen – $1,499

  • CPU – Intel Core i7
  • Graphics – Nvidia GT 780
  • RAM – 16GB
  • Storage – 1TB SSHD

Zotac – $599

  • CPU – Intel Core (TBD)
  • Graphics – Nvidia GeForce GTX
  • RAM – TBD
  • Storage – TBD

Via: Polygon

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89