Subject: Systems | April 15, 2009 - 11:50 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report has been keeping a close eye on the falling prices in the electronics industry and has capitalized on those savings by updating their system recommendations. Sure, their Double Stuff system is $2,628.90 in total, but you get a pair of GTX275's and an X-25 M SDD among others. The Sweet Spot sits at about half that price, but their Econobox runs a hair over $500. Check out their specs here.
"Thanks to continually declining hardware prices, we've been able to concoct some
amazingly affordable builds in our latest system guide. The star of this edition is
undoubtedly the Utility Player, which now packs a triple-core Phenom II, a GeForce GTX
260, and four gigs of RAM for less than $700."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- Wacom Bamboo
Fun Tablet Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Cheap PC Upgrades: Tune Up When the Economy
Turns Down @ Digital Trends
- The Ugliest PC @ i36 - Please
"Make Me Cooler" @ CPU3D
- IBUYPOWER Gamer Paladin F860-a @ AnandTech
- ASUS EeeTop PC ET1602 Touchscreen PC @ Techgage
- Guru3D Rig of the Month - April 2009
- iBuyPower Gamer Paladin F970 System @ HotHardware
- CyberPower Gamer Ultra Perseus PC Review @ Driverheaven
- Wired2Fire Velocity and Hellspawn XFire PCs: Intel Core i7 and AMD
Phenom II @ 3.6GHz @ X-bit Labs
- System Buyers Guide: $800 to $1800 @ AnandTech
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