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Old 28th February 2006, 12:33   #1
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ABS Ultimate M5 Vortex desktop

The computer is solid, but small little annoying things like the NTI trial version software, excess noise, a dent in the side panel, a subtle problem with an outdated audio driver that tech support couldn’t fix, and a substandard RMA experience keep this computer from achieving “Gold” status.

What we did find was that the ABS Ultimate M5 Vortex was rock-solid stable, the components well chosen, the computer accessories were presented to us in an organized fashion, and we were simply able to use this system as a good solid workhorse that doesn’t quit on you – and that goes a long way with us. It was also a great value in terms of price.
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