Puget Systems tries to keep the heat and noise down
Subject: Systems | November 20, 2006 - 12:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Puget Sound Quiet Gaming PC looks solid at first glance. Running just under $2000 shipped, with an AM2 X2-3800, 2GB of Corsair's 667MHz RAM and a 7600GT. As [H]ard|OCP runs it through testing they do find that a balance between quiet and hot was reached, but it might not be good enough. Read on to find out if this system gets a recommendation, or not.
"Our third desktop system from Puget Custom Computers is touted as a 'quiet gaming computer.' Their technical
support has been questionable in the past, but their build quality has garnered our praise. Once again we have to
ask: Is this Puget sound?"
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