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-Quick to install
-Download/upload speed was beyond terrible (lower than dial-up)
- Belkin Customer Service is the worst I've ever dealt with. Takes forever to get through to a person, and when you do, they can barely speak English. The phone agents have no knowledge of computers and if your issue is not on their sheet of known problems, they require you pay for an account for help. It was not worth paying $30 to fix a $30 adapter.
Other Thoughts: Don't buy anything from Belkin in my opinion. Newegg was great to work with though. I contacted them about the return and they laid out the whole process for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Very capable processor
-Decent graphic card
-Priced very well
-Case has good amount of space for expansion
-Well ventilated and infinite fan mounts
-Conveniently located usb and peripheral ports
-Enough memory and HD to accommodate most users
-Decent 5 button mouse
-LED fans look cool, i guess
Great PC for entry level gaming, but will struggle if you expect to run next-gen games on max settings. For example, I ran WoW on max settings through Orgimmar at 60fps. My previous computer would explode if I tried that, so I think this rig will handle what most gamers throw at it. Tried Skyrim on ultra and it ran well, but did notice a small drop in fps.
Ordering through Newegg was a pleasant experience, and I will order with them again. They called 3 times to secure order information and verify the purchase, which some people may find annoying but I think it shows their professionalism and commitment to security.
Cons: As many have stated, the fans are on par with a chainsaw or small motorcycle. Once you play any game made past 2008, the fans kick in and headphones become a must. But while browsing the web or using the machine for lesser tasks, it runs with a low hum and is fine.
It didn't come with any of the hardware manuals, which may have been intended, but I would have liked reading up on some of the components. But I guess thats what the internet is for.
Keyboard is lame, but will work fine for most uses.
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