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iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme 550D3 Phenom II X4 955(3.2GHz) 4GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275

alaAverage 3.7

3 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design, but many are critical about the value for money.

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Great except for one thing

 

Even with the disc problem it is still a nice computer and I think once I get the problem fixed it'll be a nice machine.

It's a beautiful machine, runs fast, it's quiet, and is a good investment

The one problem is that no discs will read, when I load a disc whether it be a game or a movie nothing happens. I think I may have gotten a bad Disc Driver

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great if it worked

 

The computer didn't come with Windows 7 installed, just with the disk. No biggie but I thought it was suppose to come preloaded.

This machine looks great and ran fast for the week that it ran. Easy entry and lots of work space inside

After a week it started giving blue screens which got more frequent as the day went along. It even blue screened while recovering from a blue screen. The next morning it would not even try to boot up. May be just a lemon out of a batch, but I am a...

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Awesome rig

 

Great CPU, RAM, and GPU. Neon lights look very cool. The CPU is very easily overclocked (even though you will need better fans even if you don't overclock.) and the GPU can play any game without hiccups at very decent frame rates

there are a couple, unfortunately, but nothing huge, and if you can afford the computer I am sure you can afford to make a couple changes. The computer has mediocre (at best) stock cooling, and if you plan on playing new games or demanding games...

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