OnePlus 5T review: Hands-on
I am in the process of upgrading my old 650mhz PC and while looking in Pc Advisor the Cube Proxima took my eye.. With the following specifications:
Proxima - PC Advisor Recomended
AMD Athlon 64 4000+ Proven to perform better than the rest!
AMD64 4000+ with New 939 Socket!
2048MB DDR400 Corsair Memory - Matched Pair - Fastest That Can Be Used!
500GB Seagate Data Storage - RAID Stripe - Ultimate Performance!
ABIT AN8 Motherboard - The Ultimate Motherboard!
16x48 DVD Player - Fastest DVD ROM Available!
NEC DVD ReWriter ND3520A 16x Dual Layer & Dual Format - The Ultimate DVDRW!
Sapphire ATI Radeon x800 XT 256MB - When Game Play Really Matters!
Digital TV & Radio with Remote Control
Sony Floppy Drive
7 in 1 Internal Memory Card Reader
Creative Labs Audigy2 ZS 7.1 Digital Soundcard
Hiper 525 Watt Triple Fan 'Silent' PSU
8x USB2 Ports
3x Firewire Ports
10/100 Ethernet LAN Adapter
Deluxe Gaming Case (Any of our cases can be used at no extra cost)
Microsoft Wireless Multimedia Keyboard
Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse
Creative I-Trigue 5600 5.1 Speaker System (Creative 7.1 T7900 FREE Option)
19" TFT Screen - Ultra Fast & Stylish Screen
Microsoft Windows XP Home SP2 (Original CD & Licence also supplied)
Norton Internet Security (Inc Anti Virus, Personal Firewall, Anti Spam - 1 Year)
Extended 3 Years RTB Warranty
It looks very good. You never know it might give a marginal performance boost over my old 650mhz (one can only hope).
Has anyone actually heard of Cube247 and had any expierence of them? Do you think this system is worth the money??
It certianly looks good....
Yes, yes, I know how to get to the website click here
I wondered if anyone had any opinions on Cube247??
Errmmm it's pretty bit of kit, if I had the money.........
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I have just taken delivery of the Draconis and wow they are amazing. Cube PC's are top top quality, they actually tell you what components go into them, then that way you can check on the net and see what these components are like. They are only a small firm when compared to the likes of Mesh (don't mention Mesh PC's to me, piece of S***e they are) but there a world better than Mesh.
You will only really know what a company is like when something goes wrong but a smaller firm is a lot more likely to give you better service, as they value their customers better, where big companies have the attitude "we can afford to lose the customers who are not happy" I have 6 friends who also have Cube PC's or various prices and the all very very happy with them.
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