Summary: The Dell XPS 730 is a mighty rig and easily one of the fastest readymade systems anyone can buy in the market, but one gets the feeling it isn’t the best they could do. The water cooling for example would make better sense if used on the graphics cards than on just the processor and the northbridge. A much larger hard drive is a must on a system of this kind. A Bluray drive and an already overclocked setup could do wonders to the performance.
A mean machine, but a little lean in the graphics department
Good Gear Guide.au
14 November 2008
Summary: Big, bold and perhaps beautiful to some, the XPS 730 is a heavy-duty machine with plenty of heart. It could use faster graphics card options, but its twin-8800GTs should do a reasonable job of satisfying most gaming urges.
Pros: 4GB RAM, quad-core CPU, fast performance, SLI graphics, room for expansion, quiet, Blu-ray player
Cons: Could use faster graphics card options, consumes 66W of electricity even when it's shut down, could use more comprehensive RAID configuration options