Dell XPS 630 benched and overclocked

Posted on Saturday, Mar 08 2008 @ 16:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ExtremeTech has written a review of the Dell XPS 630 gaming PC:
Dell's recent XPS 630 gives gamers who are on a budget a pretty good deal for $1,269. It performs well, but what if you want to go the extra mile to squeeze out a little more juice from it? Today, we're going to overclock the XPS 630 and examine its gaming performance, which goes beyond PC Magazine's on-the-surface review. We'll dig inside the chassis and take a look at its key components to discover any weak link. After all, an overclockable PC from a major manufacturer at a relatively modest price can't be all perfect, right?
Overall the system performs pretty well, the reviewer rated it eight out of ten and says it delivers good bang for the buck.



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