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Asus M51AC-series

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Asus M51AC

consumersearch.com
16 April 2014
  • Summary: Reviewers say that you can get better desktop tower computers, or cheaper tower desktop computers, but it's hard to find this level of performance in a desktop tower that's this cheap. Remarkably, perhaps, this holds true regardless of whether you select an entry-level configuration like the one tested by ComputerShopper.com, or a high-end system like the one reviewed by PCMag.com.
  • Pros: Good hardware lineup, Easy to upgrade, Good performance
  • Cons: Just one open bay for additional hard drives, Configurations vary widely, Not great for gaming
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Overall 10
10

ASUS System M51AC-US006S Core i5 -4570 H87 8GB DDR3 1TB GTX650 Windows 8 SATA PCI Express 300W Retai

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014

Asus M51AC-US015S

TechReviewSource.com
7 October 2013
  • Excerpt: The Asus M51AC-US015S desktop offers multimedia performance and even some gaming prowess a price the competition can't quite match, but the performance lags behind similarly equipped competition.
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
4 October 2013
  • Conclusion: Not much here dazzles, but neither does it scare us off. For parents or office managers needing affordable PCs for their people, that's all good.
  • Pros: $699 is a fair price for a tower PC with discrete graphics, Solid build quality, Front-bay USM dock for easy storage expansion, The system runs quietly
  • Cons: Single-channel memory config, Lackluster performance gain over previous-gen Core i5, Almost no room for more internal storage, Little overall reason to buy such a big box
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Overall 9
8.5

Asus M51AC-US016S review

Digitaltrends
25 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Asus covered all of its bases with the M51 desktop. A wonderful motherboard with plenty of upgradability, a wide range of models, and good exterior styling (complete with plenty of ports) makes for a very well-rounded entry that may just be what Asus needs to put itself back on the map in this market. M51 models will be selling from about $600 all way up to $1,000, and slightly beyond, and high-end models will have specifications similar to Acer’s Predator G3 gaming rig.
  • Pros: Low-key design with lots of connectivity, Quality motherboard with room for upgrades, Well-rounded performance, Decent bundled peripherals, Good value
  • Cons: Case has just one empty drive bay, No solid-state drive option
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