Limbo 7110

Limbo 7110

Ready to go high-end but still do the Limbo and see how low the price can go? This machine takes the game to another level.

Here's your high-performance mid tower, Intel i7 quad-core CPU, DVI video out. The Hyper-threaded CPU provides 8 threads of processing power. Triple-channel DDR3 memory provides plenty of bandwidth to keep the 8 virtual cores busy.


  • Intel i7 CPU
  • Dedicated ATI or Nvidia GPU

Ports and slots:

  • Front Ports:
    • 2 USB 2.0 ports
    • Headphone and mic jacks
  • Rear Ports:
    • 6 USB 2.0 ports
    • 2 USB 3.0 ports
    • PS/2 ports
    • Gigabit Ethernet port
    • Coaxial S/PDIF Out
    • Analog Audio I/O jacks
  • Internal Slots:
    • 6 DDR3-2200 RAM slots
    • 2 PCI-Express x16 slots
    • 1x PCI-Express x16 Slots (run at x4)
    • 3x PCI-Express x1 Slots
    • 1x PCI Slot


  • Your choice of a variety of Open Source operating systems
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 7.5 x 17.1 x 16.7 in

"This is a superior system that I recommend to anyone needing a high-powered PC."
-- Carla Schroder at LinuxPlanet

Linux Version
Intel Core i7 Processor
Triple Channel Memory
Storage Drive
Storage Drive #2
Hard Drive #3
Optical Drive
Optical Drive #2
Video Card
Card Reader
Power Supply
Price: $ 849
Quantity Out of stock

Customer Reviews

  • Author: ZaReason Customer
    I put 12GB Ram and 2TB HDD on this and I'm very pleased after 4 months of heavy usage. The box is not noisy at all, very fast (it compiles large projects) and always up.
  • Author: Rick Horsley
    I purchased my Limbo 7110 a year ago, in early 2011, and have been quite happy with it. I use it as my desktop computer at home. I chose the option of having it come pre-installed with Kubuntu, which is the KDE version of Ubuntu Linux.

    I upgraded from Kubuntu 10.10, to 11.04 when it became available. Since 11.04 is still working perfectly, and the security updates are still available for a while longer, I decided not to risk upgrading to the latest version of Kubuntu yet.

    I am quite happy with using the free open source Linux operating system instead of Windows. The computer even came with a free screwdriver.
  • Author: Matt Bellis
    I purchased a Limbo last year for work (research) and I'm very happy with the machine. It was not configured properly in the beginning, and so I had to re-install Linux on it myself. I was told that Zareason was undergoing a transition internally and that was the reason for the mixup. I trust them on this.

    The machine itself is very well put together and an absolute powerhouse. Zareason is doing good work for the world by providing Linux machines for consumers!
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