- Intel Core i7 3770k (3.50 GHz)
- 8 GB DDR3 1 TB HDD
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
- AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB PCI-e Graphics
It's extremely fast. I play a lot of PC games that are very hardware intensive. When playing games for the first time I figure I'll turn up the graphics to maximum settings to already find out they were at max and I was getting 80 fps.
For someone who doesn't know a lot about computers, it's very easy to get everything started
The price was great, 900 dollars for a 1100 dollar gaming computer! even if the sale is no longer, it's definitely worth it
6 USB ports, 4 in back 2 in front is nice (to whoever said it doesn't have enough, what are you doing?)
Large case, makes it easy if you want to add more things or personalize it
The case has a design in which there are holes EVERYWHERE. Even on the top, and if you're like me you eat at your computer. Be careful to not spill or drop anything on this! Simple fix though, I just covered the top with a laminated small rectangular poster board (or anything will really do)
It blue screened within the first day I got it and I couldn't do anything without it blue screening. I tried uninstalling everything and installing it again (it comes with all the CDs to make it very easy to uninstall/install) but that didnt work. I called and asked if I could return it for a new one (you can't get your money back only a replacement which is fine with me because I only wanted a replacement) First off, the guy was extremely nice to me, nicer than he had to be which was awesome. Once the package was received, it didn't take long for them to ship it at all. And I could keep track of everything so I knew where it was
I saw this happened to another person who bought the computer and he rated it 1 out of 5 stars. This is just a defect one, still definitely 5 out of 5 stars! it's great! just not if you get a defect one (if you do it's easy to get another anyways) 5 out of 5!
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