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Review: Primordial's Medusa packs plenty of power but lacks polish

At a Glance

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At a Glance

This machine is the epitome of gaming excess. That it doesn't look like it is a plus if you don't like to flaunt your wealth, and a minus if you do.

Price when rated: Starts at $1650; as configured, $9556

Pros

  • Outstanding performance with games
  • Extensive water-cooling system

Cons

  • Video cards need a better internal support
  • Apart from the nickel-plated water blocks, doesn't look like a $9556 PC
  • Extremely expensive
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