|YOYOtech NightHawk Nova XT desktop system review|
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YOYOtech NightHawk Nova XT desktop system review
Building your own PC system can be a very rewarding experience but, quite simply, it isn't for everyone. Whether it's down to a lack of time, not enough knowledge of the latest hardware to buy the best components, or simply a fear of having to put the whole thing together yourself, the reasons for picking up a pre-built system are numerous. Add to that the trials, tribulations, pitfalls and perils of overclocking your system, and you have yourself something else that you may well want to leave to someone else to worry about, leaving you to simply enjoy the finished product.
With these points in mind, today we embark upon the review of a full system that answers all of these concerns, courtesy of UK-based reseller YOYOtech. As well as hand-picking and building a system using their knowledge of the latest hardware on the market, it also sports a substantial pre-configured BIOS-level overclock to increase performance some way beyond otherwise similarly specified systems.
It isn't very often that we can get excited about pre-built systems here at Elite Bastards given our own abilities to build systems for ourselves, but on this occasion we couldn't help but have our interest piqued by the specification and performance potentially on offer here, all at what appears to be an extremely respectable price. Thus, join us as we put YOYOtech's new NightHawk Nova XT system through its paces, to see if that excitement is well justified.