DateOctober 14, 2009Views 42By Bob Buskirk40 Comments
Testing – Benchmarks
For general system testing I used benchmarks I usually use to test system performance. Most of these benchmarks are in Sisoftware’s Sandra, but we also ran a few other ones.
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Thats quite the preconfigured system from iBUYPOWER.
Thats quite the preconfigured system form iBUYPOWER.
wow, you get a lot for what you pay for. I also, like the packaging they provided and the capabilites of this rig *drool*
Just imagine how everything would be if they didn't use any foam inserts :O
doa, probably, lol
I hope people buy from these guys instead of Dell etc.
lol Love the bumble bee paint job, definately makes your comp stand out from the rest of them.
Not really a big fan of the large strip down the side panel.
agreed, those companies such as dell, acer, gateway, hp etc. all put in the crappy stuff, and trick the general user into thinking they're buying something nice. That was once me =(, bought one laptop and one desktop from hp, and they both failed w/in one year
Maybe it would have looked nicer if they made it added more stripes. instead of just one large one with a smaller one above and below.
Not everyone knows how to build a custom setup or have the know how. OEM machines like Dell etc are fine for general users.
Or maybe none at all.
it has to be called, killer bee for a reason. clearly it's what their aiming at.
If i was them, i'd rather go to a local shop, they usually have pretty competitive prices, plus by going to them, you know what is going into your machine.
I'd rather build it myself. I never trust anyone to build a computer but myself.
If that was the case using a honeycomb pattern would have made more sense.
i'm sure that would be much uglier than the current stripe.
most local shops are honest, else they'd have no business
I would be nice if they put in the latest video card 5870 and Windows 7 64bit OS then I can understand the price.