Less power hungry than previous gaming desktops
'clean, uncluttered look'
'new Intel Core 2 Extreme processor and dual ATI CrossFire graphics'
'strong and stable performance'
'The over-clocked CPU allows the Z30’s performance to compete with other computers that are priced much higher.'
'On the whole the system looks nice, with neatly wrapped and routed cables barely visible through the windowed side panel.'
'Provides enough performance'
'The Z55 is certainly more powerful than systems priced at the more reasonable $1,000-to-$1,200 price range like the iBuypower Paladin 998 and the Gateway FX6800-01e .'
'premier high-performance personal computer provider'
'various price rebates'
'No Blu-ray drive or terabyte storage.'
'More expensive than the competition.'
'its $5,995 price is $1,000 more than the next most expensive Core 2 Duo PC we reviewed'
'sleek, sturdy chassis houses'
'The visible interior of the case is chock-full of stuff, but the wires are routed neatly for good airflow to keep things cool.'
'solid desktop system'
'smartest, fastest processor'
'general-purpose desktop computer'
'by current standards the gaming performance is pathetic--largely because these chips usually use system memory instead of faster dedicated graphics memory.'
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