MSI's 'Gamer's Choice Edition GTX 680 Norris Edition' is a high-end gaming PC, but it's not an official Chuck Norris system, because a gaming PC implies eventual obsolescence and Chuck Norris would never allow that to happen. There are millions of PC gamers in the wild, because Chuck Norris allows there to be, and as far as we know, there's only one Norris Edition system, an obvious reference to the martial arts master and Internet sensation.
So we've established that MSI's latest system is missing Chuck, but otherwise the recipe includes plenty of promising ingredients. It starts with a liquid cooled (Corsair Hydro Series H100) Intel Core i7 3770K processor (Ivy Bridge) overclocked to 4.4GHz. There's also an MSI brand GeForce 680 GTX graphics card (N680GTX Twn Frozr 2GD5/OC), an MSI Z77A-GD65 motherboard, 16GB of DDR3-1866 memory, 120GB Corsair Force GT solid state drive, 2TB Seagate hard drive spinning at 7,200 RPM, and Corsair TX650 power supply. All this comes wrapped in Corsair's Graphite Series 600T mid-tower chassis.
According to overseas reports, like this one at Golem.de, MSI's Gamer's Choice Edition GTX 680 Norris Edition PC launches on May 20, 2012 for an introductory price of 1,899 euros (about $2,413). On May 31, the price jumps to 1,999 euros (~$2,540). No word on whether Chuck Norris will allow this system to launch in the U.S., and if so, how much it would sell for in the States.