This highly customizable, hand-assembled gaming desktop aims for superior performance while keeping its physical footprint small.
High-end, high-price gaming desktops are an even rarer beast than ever, but with the latest Intel and Nvidia parts inside, at least the significant money you'll put into a Falcon Northwest FragBox will be well-spent.
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In a normal economy, we'd expect that Falcon Northwest's new Core i7 FragBox 2 would wow us with fast performance in a compact case. Instead, the price of this system as configured has been severely undercut by a competitor. An improved warranty takes the edge off somewhat, but the new market reality makes it hard to recommend this PC.
Falcon Northwest's high-end, preconfigured FragBox 2 leans on a pair of top-of-the-line ATI 3D cards to achieve some of the fastest 3D scores we've seen. You might rightly wait for Intel's new CPUs to ship before making a pricey PC purchase, but if you buy this system now, you'll be treated to a superfast little desktop.
Featuring the latest bleeding-edge components in a luggable form factor, the Falcon Northwest FragBox 2 aims for the well-heeled LAN-party gamer who doesn't want to compromise performance for portability.
If you can afford it, the Falcon Northwest FragBox 2 will keep you fragging happily for years to come.
Falcon Northwest's new, fixed-configuration FragBox 2 is an overclocked, reasonably priced gaming rig with a small size that invites you to put it pretty much wherever you want.