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Packard Bell iPower

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Overall 5
Value for money 5
Features 8
Performance 5

Expert Review

1 April 2008
  • Summary: As an all-round, high-end home machine, the iPower is letdown by its imbalanced configuration. Although it is a quick app monster, its gaming performance is underpar, which is unfortunate considering its high asking price.
  • Pros: Great water-cooling kit, fast hard drive performance, good application machine, game-friendly keyboard and mouse, nVidia SLI support.
  • Cons: BIOS doesn’t allow overclocking, poor gaming performance, limited GPU upgrade path due to low wattage power supply.
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Overall 10

Packard Bell Ipower review

21 September 2006
  • Summary: Not a brand that leaps to mind when you think of high-end gaming systems but Packard Bell has a tendency to market computers at killer price points; the fact that you could walk out of PC World with an SLI system for £1400 is astounding. Witness the power This model hasn’t been named flippantly. It’s the most powerful PC that Packard Bell makes and has twin 256MB nVidia graphics cards, two RAID-arranged 250GB drives and 2GB RAM. Where’s the compromise, you’re thinking.
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