Friday, December 18, 2009

Phinix Cube PC

Many users argue that barebone systems are generally weak in performance because most of the work goes into the customizing the look of the case. I disargee with that fact. Barebone systems allow for easy installation, modification and upgrading over ready-to-go assembled computers which support limited upgrades like RAM and CPU Fan.

Here is an example of a desktop pc made in a form of a cube that supports my statement.

It has a nice and attractive design and it's performance is quite good. Inside of this Phinix Cube PC is: Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, SSD-disk 30GB and 320GB hard drive, also a Leadtek GeForce GTX 280 video card.

Phinix Cube is equipped with water cooling system, which was the toughest decision manufacturers had to make to make this pc more appealing.

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