Velocity Micro Vision 64 ReviewPosted on 2005-09-29 00:27:07 by LSDsmurf
The Vision 64's case may not have the stylish curves or large windows found on other expensive gaming and graphics PCs, but inside, it definitely has the hardware and expandability to keep pace with the best of them. A fancy blue light shines through a cutout of the company's logo on the front panel; apart from that touch, though, the Vision 64 is all business. This system is fast. Thanks in part to a dual-core, 2.4-GHz Athlon 64 X2 4800+ CPU and 1GB of DDR400 RAM, our Vision 64 review unit posted a WorldBench 5 score of 115, the sixth best we've seen. And it really shines in graphics and gaming performance: Its PCI Express EVGA E-GeForce 6800 GT graphics card with 256MB of on-board RAM helped produce the second-best frame rates yet on our Return to Castle Wolfenstein tests at 1280-by-1024 resolution. The only machine with a better score on that game--the MTower 64 AGE-SLI from Xi Computers--had the same CPU and motherboard, a nearly identical 256MB GeForce 6800 Ultra-based graphics card, and 2GB of system RAM instead of 1GB.. Head over to PC World.com to learn more about this desktop computer system.
Link: PC World