Built for the gamer
Ostensibly a gaming system, Sapphire's Radeon HD 4870 1GB is a sensible choice, but, as you can clearly see, it's not watercooled. We'd have shelled out the extra pennies for the dual-GPU Radeon HD 4850 X2 2GB, though.
The rest of the specification is decent enough, including a combination Blu-ray and HD DVD (reading) optical drive, 700W Cooler Master PSU, Creative X-Fi Xtreme Audio sound, 750GB hard drive, and Vista Home Premium 64-bit.
A peek at what's to come, please head back in a few days for the full review. Until then, we'd love to hear your initial comments in the forums. Would you spend £1,200, including VAT, on a system with these innards?
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