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Dell XPS 730x Gaming Desktop Review

Posted on Tuesday, February 03 2009 @ 14:43:56 CET by


Dell has got its game on once more (it does so every year or so) with the XPS 730x. Replacing the XPS 730, the highlight of the machine is that it features Intel’s spiffy new Core i7 processor, making the XPS 730x one the world’s most extreme and overclockable gaming desktops. The downside is that this puppy will cost you at least £2899 - and that’s the basic specification! All this hardware guarantees you premium out-of-the-box performance – the XPS 730x is the fastest machine we’ve ever tested. Not only does the XPS 730x give you amazing frame rates when used in SLI or CrossFire, but the stunning design and user-friendly gaming features help to elevate it above other machine. Sadly it is expensive compared to some Core i7 systems from other manufacturers, but if your pockets are deep and you want a powerhouse, the XPS 730x is a fantastic machine. If you really do have money to burn, check out Alienware’s mental ALX X-58, which starts at £3349 but can be pimped up £5713. The world’s gone mad!



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