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Gamer Power 535SLC Athlon II X4 620(2.6GHz) 4GB DDR3 ATI Radeon HD 5670

Gamer Power 535SLC Athlon II X4 620(2.6GHz) 4GB DDR3 ATI Radeon HD 5670
alaAverage 3.8

9 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Gamer Power 535SLC Athlon II X4 620(2.6GHz) 4GB DDR3 ATI Radeon HD 5670. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People really like the price. Many are less positive about the design. Views are divided on the usability.



On average, users rate this product 76/100.

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Its a great computer don't get me wrong, but if you're going to buy, prepare yourself for some problems. Gave it two stars because you shouldn't have to get a brand new computer fixed.

Runs every game I play great. Got this computer in two days

Computer will only work if it is on its side, I must of got a bad motherboard. If the computer is booted upright, it wont even load up the start up screen. The fan is pretty loud like everybody else says it is. The games drown out the sound, but if...

May, 2010

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Well worth it


I had been computer shopping for 7 months when I happened upon this deal. I couldn't stop myself from jumping at it. I am NOT an impulse buyer - my wife calls me Scrooge at times. I spent more than I wanted to on this (my computer is pure...

A very powerful machine. Everything I have thrown at it thus far it has passed with flying colors

It really is loud. But if you're like me, and put it in Sleep mode before going to bed, it's not a big deal

Apr, 2010

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Since 1995, I've built about one computer per year for myself or other people. This is the first pre-built computer I've purchased in 15 years, and I could not be more disappointed. It looks great on paper, but many of the parts are of marginal quality...

It generally works

It is incredibly loud (customer support told me that most calls involve people "whining about the noise" -- and I'm quoting exactly how he phrased it). The power supply is cheap and has no extra adapter to supply power to another SATA device (like a...

Apr, 2010

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Great PC!


I have it stable and overclocked to 3.25ghz, no poblems. The memory is Super Talent brand, great CAS timings!. It's fast for how much it costs. Hard drive is a little slow, but that will change when i get my SSD. No bloatware at all!

This low priced machine does what I need it too! I mostly just play wow, and on my 24 inch Asus Monitor I average 60+ frames in Dalaran, and 50+ in raids

The power supply is loud, but I'm going to get a new one soon. Not enough to rate it lower

Apr, 2010

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very good


The computer is much better than its price. It would be hard to find any better deals than this. The graphics card supports direct x 11. Other cards such as nividia 9800 gt is slightly faster at the same price, but does not support direct x 11.

windows rating gives ; processor: 7.2 ; Memory : 7.2 ; Graphics: 6.0 ; Gaming Graphics: 6.0 ; primary Hard disk: 5.9 ; Computer comes pre-configured for over clocking. And its very easy to over clock as well. There is pre-loaded software so you can...

I have to say the noise. It is quite loud. If you're planning on leaving it on all night in the same room that you sleep in then, you might need head phones to fall asleep

Apr, 2010

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A lot of people didn't realize there are 2 windows 7 product keys on the side. Use the left lower one, and it works fine. You might need to do the by phone option for it to activate properly, but if you check the tech support on the ibuypower website...

Very good specs, has everything you need for most games all at a very reasonable price

One of the memory sticks was bad after about a week of usage. But the tech support found it out right away and is currently replacing it for free, so im happy with that

Mar, 2010

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IBP - 535SLC


Replaces an 8+ year old HP Intel system. Everything I wanted in my new system at a reasonable price except for the noise. Would definately buy again! (if I had the need and money)

This is a very fast machine, very well configured hardware wise. Came with CPU water-cooling, 1GB Video card, 4GB DDR3 system memory and USB-3 which works (haven't tested it for transfer speeds yet but suspect it should at least meet the USB 2.0 full...

The power supply is a noisy beast. That really needs to be changed out for one of a little more HP like 650 - 700 watts although is does not appear to be underpowered. And one which does not make as much noise. We aren't flying jets here just trying to...

Mar, 2010

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iBUYPOWER Gamer Power 535SLC Athlon II X4 620(2.6GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB ATI Radeon HD 5670 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit


Runs wow good, Fast. Windows 7 is awesome. The fan is a little loud

The windows 7 key they gave me to activate it is invalid

Feb, 2010

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Mark F.


The fan / case noise is pretty much unacceptable for a modern PC. This is not an ultra high-end PC that would justify this kind of noise. BIOS updates has not helped.

Fast, minimal bloatware

Very loud

Feb, 2010