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          A good machine, the Predator delivers solid performance for its price; a little reconfiguring could wonders, however.
 
     Acer Aspire Predator GT7700-UQ9550A
     
 
 

Acer Aspire GT7700-UQ9550A Predator
General Type Personal computer
Product Form Factor Tower
Width 7.5 in
Depth 19.3 in
Height 16.9 in
Localization United States
Processor Type Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 / 2.83 GHz
Multi-Core processor technology Quad-Core
64-bit processor Yes
Installed Qty 1.0
Max processors supported 1.0

Cache Memory Type L2 cache
Installed Size
12.0 MB
Cache Per Processor
12 MB
Mainboard
Chipset type
NVIDIA nForce 780i SLI
Data bus speed
1333.0 MHz
RAM
Installed Size
8.0 GB / 8.0 GB (max)
Technology
DDR2 SDRAM
RAM form factor
DIMM 240-pin
RAM features
Two DDR channels
RAM configuration features
4 x 2 GB
Storage Controller
Type
1.0 x Serial ATA - Integrated
Controller interface type
Serial ATA-300
Storage controller interface channel qty
4.0
RAID level
RAID 0 , RAID 5 , RAID 0+1 , RAID 1
Storage
Floppy drive type
None
Hard Drive 3.0 x 640.0 GB - Standard - Serial ATA-300
Hard Drive (2nd) None
Hard Drive (3rd) None
Optical Storage
Type DVD±RW / DVD-RAM
Optical Storage (2nd)
Type
DVD-ROM
Storage Removable
Type
None
Monitor Type
None.
Multimedia Functionality
TV tuner type
None
Graphics Controller
Type
PCI Express x16 - Plug-in card
Graphics Processor / Vendor
NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX
Digital Video Standard
Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
Audio Output
Type
Sound card - Integrated
Sound output mode
7.1 channel surround
Audio output compliant standards
High Definition Audio , Dolby Home Theater
Speaker(s)
None
Input Device Type
Mouse , Keyboard
Keyboard name
Logitech G11 Gaming Keyboard
Keyboard interface
USB
Mouse technology
Laser
Mouse interface
USB
Audio Input
Modem
None
Networking
Network adapter - Integrated
Ethernet Ports
2 x Gigabit Ethernet
Data Link Protocol
Fast Ethernet , Ethernet , Gigabit Ethernet
Printer Type
None
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Bays Total (Free)
2.0 ( 1.0 ) x Front accessible - 5.25" x 1/2H , 4.0 ( 1.0 ) x Internal - 3.5" x 1/3H Expansion Slots Total (Free) 4.0 ( 1.0 ) x PCI Express x1 - DIMM 240-pin , 1.0 ( 1.0 ) x PCI - LGA775 Socket , 2.0 ( 1.0 ) x PCI Express x8 , 2.0 ( 0.0 ) x Processor , 1.0 ( 0.0 ) x PCI Express 2.0 x16 , 1.0 ( 2.0 ) x PCI Express x16 , 1.0 ( 1.0 ) x Memory
Interfaces
1.0 x Audio - ESATA - 4 pin USB Type A ( 4 in front ) , 1.0 x Hi-Speed USB - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - 6 pin FireWire ( 1 in front ) , 1.0 x Keyboard - Input - DVI ( 1 in front ) , 1.0 x Storage - VGA - Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm , 6.0 x Audio - TV-out - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) , 1.0 x Microphone - SPDIF - Mini-phone 3.5 mm , 1.0 x Network - Generic - RJ-45 , 2.0 x Mouse - Output - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style) , 2.0 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) - Generic - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) , 2.0 x Headphones , 1.0 x Display / video , 1.0 x Display / video , 8.0 x Display / video
Power device type
Power supply
Power provided
750.0 Watt
Operating System / Software
OS Provided
Microsoft Windows Vista , Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition
Software
Acer Empowering Technology , ESobi (OEM) , Adobe Acrobat Reader , McAfee Internet Security Suite (Trial) , NTI Media Maker (OEM) , Acer Arcade Live
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support
1 year warranty
Service & Support Details
Limited warranty - 1 year
Card reader
: Yes
Supported flash memory cards
CompactFlash Card type I , MultiMediaCard , SD Memory Card , XD-Picture Card , SmartMedia Card , CompactFlash Card type II , Memory Stick , Memory Stick Pro
Greenpeace 'Guide to Greener Electronics' manufacturer rating (Sep 2008)
4.5

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Acer's Aspire Predator is a peculiar power desktop. We see this particular configuration more as a sturdy base with room to grow than a power PC in its own right; a little more detail work on its guts could push it toward the top of the category.

Our test configuration (G7700-UQ9550A) ships with an Intel Core 2 Quad 9550 processor (stock-clocked at 2.83 GHz); 8GB of DDR2 (800 MHz) memory; and 1.92 terabytes of total storage, courtesy of three 640GB, 7200-rpm Western Digital Caviar hard drives. The system also features a single nVidia 9800GTX graphics board to power games and CUDA-enabled applications, along with separate DVD-writing and DVD-ROM optical drives. This Predator's price of Rs.1,27,452 (as of December 3, 2008) doesn't include Acer's matching Rs. 23,200 24-inch wide-screen G24 display, but you do get two awesome peripherals bundled in for the price: Logitech's G11 keyboard and G5 gaming mouse.

We love the Predator's exterior design, accented with stealth-fighter-like lines in metallic-orange. But the proprietary nature of its insides--complete with more plastic coverings than we ever needed to see--could make upgrading a frustrating situation. Given the lack of available 5.25-inch bay coverings on the case's front, you can't add more 5.25-inch devices to that section of the chassis. However, the four hot-swappable hard drive bays at the lower front of the machine (behind a lit-up, hinged door), redeems that shortcoming a bit.

Still inside the case, why is Acer liquid-cooling its quad-core processor without overclocking it whatsoever? If "acoustics" is the only answer, we frown: You can have a quiet and fast rig with liquid cooling, so there's no need to ignore the potential benefits of an overclocked processor. More frustrating still is that the system's Worldbench 6 score of 122 isn't exactly chart-topping. A little factory-side CPU tweaking could have gone a long way. The aging nVidia 9800 GTX video card delivers acceptable (again, not stellar) performance; on the other hand, the Aspire Predator has two free PCI Express x16 slots for a dramatic degree of upgradability.

 

 
 
          The Studio XPS delivers powerful performance for its price; but the internal design hampers this awesome PC.
 
     Dell Studio XPS
     
 
 

Type: General Purpose, Media
Processor Family: Intel Core 2 Quad
RAM: 2 GB
Storage Capacity: 320 GB
RAID: Yes
Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce 8600 GT
Primary Optical Drive: Blu-Ray Disc
Monitor Type: LCD Widescreen
Screen Size: 20 inches

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This Studio XPS (model 435mt) includes a 2.93-GHz Intel Core i7 940 processor, an excellent CPU that delivers powerful speeds in conjunction with the system's
6GB of DDR3 (1066 MHz) memory. As you might expect, a 64-bit Windows Vista version--Home Premium--is this system's operating system of choice.

It rests on a single 500GB, 7200-rpm Western Digital Caviar Blue hard drive; a good level of storage, but nothing that hits top-of-the-chart speeds.
The PC is priced at Rs.1,27,452 (as of December 3, 2008), and Rs.20,242 extra gets you a 23-inch Dell SP2309W display. While the system's 512MB ATI Radeon HD 4850 isn't the fastest graphics card on the market, especially when compared with some of the dual-GPU offerings of other PCs in this category, it still performs well on our Doom 3 and Far Cry benchmarks: The Studio XPS achieved 202 and 236 frames per second, respectively, in those tests.
Its WorldBench 6 score of 136 nestles it solidly within the top percentile of power desktops we've tested, coming just 5 points shy of the category
leader at the time of writing: Polywell's Rs.2,32,000 Poly X4800-Extreme (equipped with a 3.2-GHz Core 2 Extreme X9770 and 4GB of speedy DDR3-1625 RAM). We'd take the Studio XPS for Rs. 1,16,000 less, any day--at least, on paper. What the paper doesn't show is the Studio XPS's weak internal design: It's disappointing enough to pull the system into the middle of our top-ten list instead of catapulting it toward the top of it. The only noteworthy expansion you're going to get inside of this chassis is room for a single hard drive. That's all, and even then, you have to screw into the side of the chassis in an unorthodox fashion. The system uses its two 5.25-inch bays for a Blu-Ray combo drive and a DVD reader/writer. The sole PCI Express x16 slot is already taken up by the video card, and an included TV tuner steals one of the three available PCI Express x8 slots. This chassis truly is an upgrader's nightmare.

Four rear USB ports join onboard 5.1 surround sound, an optical S/PDIF jack, a single eSATA port, one FireWire 400 port, and one Ethernet port on the back of the machine. The front of the case comes with an above-average offering of four USB ports, one FireWire 400 port, and an included media card reader.
As expected, the Studio XPS comes with a standard Dell media keyboard; its function buttons are useful for Web surfing and media playback, and the keyboard design is nice (even though it's slightly smaller than a typical keyboard). The two-button mouse has two additional back/forward buttons where your thumb rests.

Though standard parts and components can be customized and changed over time, Dell is relatively locked to its proprietary case and components. That's a shame, because in a normal, upgrade-friendly chassis, the Dell Studio XPS would shine as a solid PC for power users. The Studio XPS isn't a bad choice overall, just as long as you can stomach the hardships when you try to upgrade the system.

 

 
 
          This updated version of an old favorite remains competitive, but we wouldn’t place bets on it winning races.
 
     Alienware AREA-51
     
 
 
CPU: 2.83-GHz Core 2 Quad Q9550,
Graphics Adapter: Visiontek HD4870 X2,
Monitor Model: Samsung 2253BW,
Total HD Size (GB): 820GB Hard Drive,
WorldBench 6 Word Score: Very Good,
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On paper, the Area 51 has the heart of a champion. It sports a speedy Intel Q9550 quad-core processor running at its stock-clock frequency of 2.83 GHz.
Four gigabytes of DDR3-1066 memory further beef up its specs, while 800GB of storage comes courtesy of two high-performance (10,000-rpm) Western
Digital 300GB Velociraptor drives--striped in RAID array--alongside a single 500GB, 7200-rpm Seagate Barracuda drive.

Alienware AREA-51 Test Scores

The included video card, a 2GB ATI Visiontek Radeon HD4870x2, is no slouch for gaming. But it doesn't set any records, either. All in all, the Area 51's guts
brought forth an above-average score of 120 on our WorldBench 6 tests--not bad, but still 10 to 20 points behind the fastest systems in our power desktops
category.

At least Alienware gives you a small chance to upgrade your system and whip more performance out of this filly. There's space for two more PCI Express
x16-friendly video cards, one more hard drive, and two 5.25-inch devices should you want to augment the Area 51's sole LG Electronics GSA-H55 20X Super
Multi DVD writer. The Area 51's internals are well-managed and clutter-free, but we're just tired of the outside of the case--there's so much more that could
be done over this dead horse of an alien-head design that the company keeps beating consumers over the head with.

For example, the Area 51's EVGA 790i motherboard hits the holy trinity of external connections with its six USB ports, one Firewire 400 port, and one eSATA
port. But the front of the chassis only sports two USB and one FireWire 400 port. We might be sticklers for detail, but that's just not very much to work with.
It's just barely enough to plug in the Area 51's two awesome peripheral offerings--a Logitech G5 mouse and a G15 keyboard. We're not sure which we like
more: the soft, leathery feel of the G5 or the built-in digital orange screen of the ever-informative G15.

We can't bear to shoot Alienware's Area 51, but there's no question that this thoroughbred PC has outlived its days at the top of the system charts. At
Rs. 1,86,702 (as of December 3, 2008; Rs. 22,040 extra with a bundled Samsung 2253BW monitor), it's far too pricey a starter machine to be acceptable for power users, especially gamers.
 
 
          The Video Pro offers midrange performance at an excellent price, though we would upgrade the peripherals.
 
     iBuyPower Video Pro
     
 
 

The low initial cost of this system makes the Video Pro's above-average performance look like a supercomputer. For a mere Rs.1,04,342 (as of December 3, 2008; Rs. 1,15,304 if you bundle a 20.1-inch Sceptre display), you get an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 CPU coupled with 8GB of DDR2 (800 MHz) memory (fully addressed by the 64-bit version of Vista Home Premium). Two 500GB, 7200-rpm Hitachi Deskstar hard drives provide a terabyte of total storage.
There's something to be said for speedy computing out-of-the-box, but there's also a great benefit to being able to afford a legion of upgrades after the fact. This PC falls in the latter category.

A 512MB Palit HD 4850 video card is an acceptable default option, and the system's Asus P5N-D 750i motherboard gives you one additional PCI Express x16 slot for upgrading. The Video Pro's gaming benchmarks are comparable with other above-average power desktops we've tested: 161 and 193 frames-per-second scores on our Doom 3 and Far Cry benchmarks (both tested at 1280-by-1024 resolution with antialiasing). We just worry at the thought of running next-generation games, resolution-cranked, on a single, semiantiquated 4850 card.

The system's WorldBench 6 score of 120 nestles it firmly within the above-average grouping of Power PCs we've tested, which is exactly where the extra accoutrements (and Rs. 58000 plus price difference over competing desktops like Alienware's Area 51) come into play.
We've already touched on the extra PCI Express x16 slot and the hard drives; the latter is especially critical, as the Video Pro's Gigabyte Poseidon chassis comes with only three total hard drive bays. That makes upgrading your additional storage space a wee bit trickier if you want to add multiple drives to your system. Five 5.25-inch bays are yours to play with on the tool-less case. Two are already filled with an LG Electronics GGW-H20L Blu-ray writer/HD DVD reader and a Sony AD-7190A DVD Read/Write drive. The case itself is a pretty combination of elegant design and functionality. We'd welcome this blue-glowing addition to our home offices any day.

As far as connectivity goes, you get four USB ports and a single FireWire 400 port on the back, along with onboard 5.1 surround sound, a single ethernet port, and both optical and coaxial S/PDIF outputs. Pretty as the front of the chassis is, it's ugly in its offerings: two glowing USB ports rest above a single FireWire 400 port. An included media card reader sweetens the blow, but we'd simply prefer more connections. We also weren't too fond of the included peripherals: the generic Logitech mouse and keyboard look like they were pulled from an electronics store's bargain bin. The parts of iBuyPower's Video Pro system (and their performance) are quite similar to other midrange PCs in the power desktop category. We don't mean it as a slam when we suggest that this system's greatest strength of could be its price; it's simply a terrific bargain.

 
 

          Though the X5800i comes close to being a top performer, some rival desktops match its speed, and beat its cost.

 
     Polywell Poly X5800I
     
 
 

Polywell's Poly X5800i comes very close to being our top power desktops performer. It's mainly a few internal design issues that hold this system back from superstardom. It almost feels like a waste of the X5800i's powerful Nehalem-based Intel Core i7 965 Extreme processor, the exact same 3.2-GHz used in the fastest (albeit overclocked) PC we've ever tested,

A whopping 6GB of DDR3-1066 memory fills this machine, and it's used to its fullest capacity thanks to the X5800i's 64-bit Vista Ultimate OS. The system's storage isn't quite as extensive, though, with only 792GB total. Two blazing-fast (15,000-rpm) 146GB Seagate Cheetah SAS drives are paired in RAID configuration, while a single 500GB, 7200-rpm Seagate Barracuda drive rounds things out.

The Achilles' Heel of the Poly X5800i is its single 2GB ATI Radeon HD 4870x2 graphics board. In its own right, the 4870X2 is a powerful card, rendering 161 frames per second in our Doom 3 benchmarks (1280-by-1024 resolution with antialiasing) and 251 frames per second in our Far Cry benchmarks (same). But this only places it in the middle of the pack against competing systems using a more system-taxing game like Doom 3. And because the Poly X5800i has a RAID card setup, you don't have any room for CrossFire (multiple graphics boards) future-proofing. You could always rejigger some internal components, we suppose, but that's a taxing situation in itself, given this system's rat's nest of cables.

There's room for only two additional 5.25-inch devices in the Poly X5800i. That's because one slot is taken up by a proprietary hard drive bay that you can eject and lock from the outside of the chassis. We suppose this is to prevent anyone from stealing your secondary drive, but to us, it feels like a gimmicky, unnecessary addition to the case. What's more, there's no room for this drive elsewhere. Space is tight, but you can cram one more hard drive into the case's rail-based drive bays. That's it. We do love the X5800i's connectivity options. Eight USB ports on the motherboard sit alongside a single FireWire 400 port and two eSATA ports. You also get the (seemingly standard) 5.1-channel onboard audio, one gigabit ethernet port, and an optical S/PDIF connection. The case's bare-bones front has a scant two USB ports, but the X5800i swaps out the typical front-panel Firewire 400 port for an eSATA port instead. And the included media card reader is enough to quell our distempers.

 
 
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