Pros

  • Blazingly fast

Cons

  • Expensive price

At A Glance

Gaming PC turned in highest-ever WorldBench 5 score. With 600GB of storage, it's worth the steep cost.

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The Specs

Pricing
Inventory Number 24255
Processor
Processor type Athlon 64 FX-55
Processor speed 2600.0 MHz
Display
Display size 19.0 inches
Included monitor No
Monitor model number ViewSonic VP191b
Display type LCD
Graphics
Primary Graphics Chipset EVGA e-GeForce 6800 Ultra
Video Bus PCI Express
Storage
Raid type RAID 0
Drive size 600.0 GB
Expansion slots
Open PCI Express X16 Slots 1.0
Number of PCI slots 3.0
Open PCI Express X1 Slots 1.0
Number of PCI-Express Slots 3.0
Ports and Connections
Available Interfaces
  • FireWire Port (front)
  • FireWire Port (rear)
  • Parallel - 25 pin D-shell (IEEE 1284A)
  • USB - Universal Serial Bus (front) (x2)
  • USB - Universal Serial Bus (rear) (x6)
Ethernet Type Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps)
Slots 5
Parallel Port Yes
Memory
Memory size 2048.0 MB
Optical Drive
Optical Drive Speed 2.4
Optical Drive Type DVD+R DL/DVD±RW
Included Drives 2
Included Software
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home
Case
Chassis style Tower
External Drive Bays 4.0
Internal Drive Bays 4.0

Performance

Overall Rating
World Bench 5 Score 125.0
World Bench 5 Word Score Superior
Office Productivity
Microsoft Office XP 516.0
WinZip 261.0
Multitasking 585.0
Mozilla 329.0
Content Creation
ACD Systems ACDSee 413.0
Musicmatch Jukebox 412.0
Discreet 3ds Max DirectX 231.0
Ahead Nero 163.0
Windows Media Encoder 355.0
Roxio VideoWave 288.0
Adobe Photoshop 292.0
Discreet 3ds Max OpenGL 262.0
Adobe Premiere 331.0
Gaming
Overall Graphics Score Superior
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, 1280 by 1024, 32-Bit 152.37   Frames per second (higher is better)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, 1024 by 768, 32-Bit 154.63   Frames per second (higher is better)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, 1024 by 768, 16-Bit 162.33   Frames per second (higher is better)
Unreal Tournament, 1280 by 1024, 32-Bit 389.51   Frames per second (higher is better)
Unreal Tournament, 1024 by 768, 32-Bit 405.75   Frames per second (higher is better)
Unreal Tournament, 1024 by 768, 16-Bit 408.36   Frames per second (higher is better)