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AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC review: This box is as easy on your ears as it is on your wallet

At a Glance

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  • avaquietpc primary AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC
    $2,440.00

    This machine delivers a solid performance with AAA games without breaking the bank—or your ear drums. But potential buyers should take note of its limited expansion options.

At a Glance

This machine delivers a solid performance with AAA games without breaking the bank—or your ear drums. But potential buyers should take note of its limited expansion options.

Price when rated: $2542 (other custom configurations also available)

Pros

  • Excellent price-to-performance ratio
  • Runs very quiet considering its high-powered components
  • Understated design that doesn't scream "gamer at play!"

Cons

  • No optical drive (or provision to add one)
  • No support for Nvidia's SLI technology
  • Just one PCI 3.0 x16 slot
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