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Acer Predator AG7710-U7792A Core i7 Extreme 965(3.20GHz) 12GB DDR3 1TB ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit - Retail

Acer Predator AG7710-U7792A Core i7 Extreme 965(3.20GHz) 12GB DDR3 1TB ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit - Retail
alaAverage 1.7

3 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design, whereas some have doubts about the price.

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On average, users rate this product 33/100.

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I will NEVER buy ACER Again.

 

Newegg was extremely thoughtfully and courteous and where not able to help since I've had the system for 4 months. I don't blame Newegg at all. I will always be a loyal customer to Newegg. I have 15 years in the computer industry and 10 of them in...

Liquid Cooling is a nice feature and needed for the i7 Intel chip. Drive access is a great idea. The box design is pretty unique and different then anyone else out their

THE CUSTOMER SUPPORT IS HORRIBLE. Please re-think the purchase of ACER products. I've had the system for 3-4 months and it's powering off because of a possible temperature issue. At the bios the CPU temp is at 86C and running windows idle it's at 98C....

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Pointless

 

Here are my specs for a $3000 gaming rig:

None!!! (No offense)

I just don't understand why NewEgg would even bother putting up this system for sale. My first impression of this system is POINTLESS (if not pathetic)

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Great specs but...

 

If you have loads of dispendable cash and you are terrified of the prospect of building your own computer, go ahead and get it.

Top of the line computer. Can't get much better than that in terms of gaming computers. If you need a gaming computer prebuilt that you can brag to your friends about, this would be a very good choice

Maybe about a $500-1000 extra cost than it would be to build your own currently, and going with the processor just a step down would save another $500 and you wouldn't even notice any real decrease in performance

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