Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Predator G7750 / ASG7750 / AG7750
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8GB triple channel?
Preston E., Newegg
26 September 2011
Summary: It's strange how many manufacturers will sell a PC that is gimped by small goof ups like this. Like another brand sells the most PCs who really enjoys selling PCs with 3gb on a dual channel board..
Pros: That is an awesome case.
Cons: I'm curious to know how they can have 8 gigs running in 3 channel on this.. As I understood it, you have to have same size sticks in sets of 3 or 6.. ie.. 3gb, 6gb, 12 gb.. maybe even 9gb is you did 3 sticks of 1gb and 3 of 2gb... If I'm wrong, I am always willing to be enlightened
Summary: The computer came to my APO in Germany in 10 business days which is excellent. I did get a few blue screens but it was nothing to be concerned about. (Program compatibility error with the motherboard.) Overall, this machine is a big powerhouse that can easily run any game you want to and then some.
Pros: -Runs very quiet -Packaged Very Well -Great Price for what your getting. -Easily upgradable to SLI. -Runs smooth as silk. (No glitches or hiccups.)
Cons: -Weight -Flaw in physical design (if you have your ports plugged into the front of the computer and you want to lift the face mask, you may need to unplug from the ports to do so.)
Summary: Read the specs... this is a lot of computer. My Asus VE276 (27" 1920 x 1080) monitor is an ideal companion for the Acer Predator. Make certain you are OK with the exterior design...
Pros: Quiet, fast... quality of packing second to none. Computer arrived in excellent condition. First start went perfectly, no glitches, used continuously since first start. Typical restarts after loading updates, drivers, etcetera... no freezes or blue screens.
Cons: Physical size and weight could be a problem if space is limited, otherwise no cons.
Summary: I asked an expert I knew to find the ultimate gaming PC for me to compliment the new Viewsonic 1ms 27" gaming monitor. This is what he discovered for me. After researching many i7 machines and coming up with too many HP Elite series PC he found this ...