Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) has just added a high-performance, liquid-cooled system to its enthusiast computer lineup.

The computer maker announced its new XPS 710 H2C Edition desktop at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The new system features a unique thermal control technology which removes heat from the processor using liquid cooling.

With the CPU kept at lower temperatures, enthusiasts are free to tweak the speed at which their computer runs without the worry of overheating, Dell said.

An Intel Quad-core processor will serve as the brains of the system, coming factory overclocked to 3.5 GHz. There are also two Nvidia Geforce branded video cards to power high-definition gaming.

The XPS 710 H2C Edition starts at $5,499 and is available worldwide.

Shares of Dell fell 16 cents to $26.68 in late morning trading Wednesday on the Nasdaq exchange.