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Asus Pundit-PE3
3.9* out of 10

Asus Pundit-PE3

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Overall 6

User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
27 June 2006
  • Summary: unit was not replacable within needed timeframe; cost was refunded after talking to ASUS tech support and Newegg
  • Pros: good looking; nice set of features for a slimline; seemed to have enough room to work
  • Cons: unit was DOA
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Overall 8

Do your product research

Mark N., Newegg
13 February 2006
  • Summary: Do not be like the other reviewer and fail to do proper product research before you pay. Yes, this system only uses low profile cards, but there are plenty available for most applications.
  • Pros: Small footprint, PCI Express, Q-Fan to keep it quiet, Integrated graphics, 915 chipset.
  • Cons: No PCI Express 16.
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Overall 8

Quiet and Stable

Scott H., Newegg
12 January 2006
  • Summary: A good stable platform for the office, not very expandable.
  • Pros: Very Quiet. Intelligent Fans mean unit is very quiet under most conditions. ASUS includes a good CPU fan allowing you to use OEM CPUs. Intel chipset seems very stable, no issues.
  • Cons: As stated, there are some drawbacks: No real room for a FDD, despite having the physical space for one. The HDD mounting scheme is slick with rubber isolators, but one of the plastic latches has snapped, forcing me to use the other set. As mentioned expandability isn't a strength, but for a stand...
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Overall 4

What was Asus thinking?

Anonymous, Newegg
23 September 2005
  • Summary: I'd built a couple of systems around the Pundit-R and was looking forward to using the Pundit-PE3 for a new customer and I'm not sure I'd do it again. The Pundir-PE3 is a nice box with lots of room for an SFF case. It's got a good sized power supply and cools well.
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