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Palicomp Excalibur 630OC35

Palicomp Excalibur 630OC35
alaScore 84

4 reviews

Oct, 2014

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A budget gaming system that uses AMD tech to great effect

Great price ; Well specced ; Impressive performance

Limited upgrade potential

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Intel hasn't had it all its own way recently. Of the machines populating our Budget PCs chart, most are powered by Intel's rival AMD. The Palicomp Excalibur 630OC35 sees another outing for the AMD team. We're not convinced, however, that this tilt at...

For anyone needing a flat-panel too, it’ll be hard to make much saving over Core i5 750 systems in our £501-£750 PCs chart. The Palicomp Excalibur 630OC35 is let down by its AMD processor, making it that bit slower in most areas than Intel-equipped...


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The last Palicomp machine to appear in PC Pro, the Core i7 Ice Blitz OC4, was a heavyweight contender that made up for its lack of subtlety with raw speed. The Crewe-based firm's latest system, the Excalibur 630OC35, looks to be a far more rounded...

Fast, well built and cheap, only a loud graphics card fan dampens our enthusiasm


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Plenty of gaming power Palicomp's Excalibur 630OC35 is a gaming PC. Inside the case is an AMD AM3 Athlon II quad-core processor, which has been overclocked – this means it has been set up ...