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Old 02-09-2014, 11:37 PM   #1
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Default Is this a good PRE BUILT PC for the price?

PLEASE DON'T SAY BUILD YOUR OWN!

I KNOW you can build one cheaper....but I am wondering if this computer is one of the best pre built gaming PC's you can get for the price. ($879.99 as configured without options)

Some people do not have the skills to "bulid their own PC" so please take that into consideration.

All I am wanting to know is if there is a better per built out there for this price?

SPECS:Case:
ENERMAX Clipeus
Motherboard:
MSI H81M-E33
Memory:
8GB [8x1] 1600MHz
Processor:
Intel Core i5-4570 3.1GHz
Processor Cooling:
Stock INTEL CPU Cooling Fan with Heatsink
Hard Drive:
1TB 7200RPM SATA III Hard Drive
Hard Drive 2:
Graphics Card:
GeForce 760 2GB
Sound Card:
Onboard 3D Premium Surround Sound
Ethernet Card:
Onboard LAN Network 10/100
DVD Drive:
24X DVDRW Internal Drive
Power Supply:
500W
Operating System:
Windows 8.1 64bit
Keyboard:
Basic USB Keyboard
Mouse:
Basic USB Mouse
Warranty:
Standard Three Year Limited Warranty (3 Years Labor, 1 Year Parts and Life-Time Technical Support*)

And here is a link to the PC in question....

http://avatargamingpc.com/gaming-des...s-i5-4576.html

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Old 06-09-2014, 07:47 PM   #2
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Cheap mobo - I think just about cheapest possible for LGA1150 - no-name HDD, no-name power supply, unknown memory latency.
Avoid.
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Old 07-09-2014, 07:30 AM   #3
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Cheap mobo - I think just about cheapest possible for LGA1150 - no-name HDD, no-name power supply, unknown memory latency.
Avoid.
I would not take too much care about memory latency.
Those (overclocker) memory modules with extremely low latency that need modified operating voltages can cause a lot more trouble than the (minimal speed gain) is worth.
Quite often thats the modules that use metal heatsinks which puropssse is to hide the memory deices below them (which are not rated for the timing) and not needed to cool them.

A no-name power supply is something that I'd avoid, too.

About the harddisk... there are only few (three) companeis left in that market. Plus some older names which they might still use for marketing after the takeover of the former manufacturer. So no real risk there.
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