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7 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
This is one of the few computers that comes with the Windows 7 recovery disk. The set-up was quick and easy. You'll need to enter the activation code from the Windows sticker, but other than that is was ready to rock out of the box. There is a minimum of other software loaded. The only down side was the sound card (lack of). It has a single output, which doesn't support a surround sound system. The computer case is large, but very light weight. It has 3 fans and lots of vents.
awesome computer great bang for your buck. only thing this computer would need in upgrades is to invest in a graphics card and boom gaming just went to a whole new level
I bought this computer to upgrade from a laptop in order to occasionally play a few games. The computer arrived when they said it should and looked as described. The fan seems a little loud, but that may be normal since I'm used to a laptop. The computer case has lots of PCI slots available and bays in the front for upgrading. I couldn't seem to get the surround sound to work properly with my surround sound computer speakers though. One other thing I don't like is where the power and sleep buttons are. I have accidentally shut down the computer 2 times trying to plug in a USB cord to the two ports on the front because they are directly behind the power and sleep buttons. Other than these few things the computer works great. I was able to play games like Mafia II, Crysis 2, Call of Duty Black Ops, and Dirt3 and they all looked and played great. I wasn't able to play GTA4 though, but it looks like I would need the most expensive graphics cards to play that one. Overall, great value.
Bought this to replace an old core2 duo and xp(32 bit) OS. No bells and whistles. Plan on upgrading the power supply if you need to add any hardware. Only has one extra 4 pin power
connector and one extra one for a hard drive. So if you plan on upgrading to a newer generation
graphic card your going to have to get a new power supply. Mother board only has 2 memory
slots. ( I just saw the upgradeable to 16 gig and assumed it had 4.) Outside of that, this computer runs great. Unpacked, hookedup, answered a couple windows 7 questions and away
you go. A whole lot faster than my old computer. Only comes with the base windows 7 64 bit
OS. No extra's on software. I should say not loaded down with alot of programs you'll most likely
never use. Overall a very good starter computer and very upgradeable. I only gave it a 4 star
rating because of the minimalistic power supply.
It is a good fast computer. Compare to my other desk top CPUs, this one bit loud / noisy so I has to place it behind the book self and used longer KVM cables.
I've had this tower for 3 weeks so far and it runs smooth and fast. Good for a starter if you're planning on gaming. It plays SWTOR nicely on medium settings and that's what i was hoping for. I do plan on upgrading the PSU and Graphics eventually, but so far it suits the need. I only gave it 4 stars because it said the motherboard was upgradeable to 16 gigs and there's only two slots for ram on the board. 8 gigs is fine, but i want to bring it to gold. The power button is also oddly located on the top of the tower right next to the USB ports, so it's a bit awkward sometimes. Other than that, it's pretty quiet, the lights in the front are so dim i forget they're even there, so i will hit xoxide.com up for some nicer leds.
had to call customer service twice. Califoria firm don't open till 10:30 am internet kept dropping out called them said I had to reinstall a driver. This is a new computor 1 week old. To the plus side it ran well enough didn't have much of a graphic card so games wouldn't launch, so no I wouldn't recomend but if you do buy one go for warned.