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Velocity Micro Raptor Signature Edition

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Velocity Micro Raptor Signature Edition Review

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29 April 2011
  • Excerpt: The bell may toll for LGA1366, but at least Intel’s premier performance socket isn’t going down without a fight. The fight, in this case, is the new hexa-core Core i7-990X, which is at the heart of Velocity Micro’s Raptor Signature Edition PC. The new CPU boasts a slight clock bump up from the 980X’s 3.33GHz to 3.46GHz. With Turbo Boost, the 990X will take the cores up to 3.73GHz.
  • Pros: Hexa-core performance; tri-SLI ready.
  • Cons: Pricey; understated looks.
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Overall 9
9.0

Velocity Micro Raptor Signature Edition

maximum pc
4 November 2009
  • Excerpt: It is, perhaps, fitting that Velocity Micro’s new rig is called a Raptor. That’s because anyone who has ever seen the Air Force’s F-22 Raptor in person and on afterburner knows just how overkill the F-22 is. The same can be said of Velocity Micro’s Raptor Signature Edition. With people overjoyed just to have a $99 Athlon II X4 620, Velocity Micro decided to go shock-and-awe on the spec lists—and the wallet. First up is Intel’s stellar Core i7-975 Extreme Edition.
  • Pros: This rig is built for bear and breaks nearly every benchmark.
  • Cons: Price that's as easy to pass as a gallstone.
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Velocity Micro Raptor Signature Edition Gaming PC

Desktop PCs
29 August 2010
  • Excerpt: You might have come across laptops and PCs that come with familiar names like HP, Sony or Panasonic. These names are so common that, you can predict the product hearing the name. For e.g.: HP laptops and Panasonic TVs are routine combinations that pop up in a person who does not know much about the [...
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