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Wednesday, 26 August 2009 01:00
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MESH Slayer Elemental desktop system review
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Peripherals - speakers
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Power, heat, noise
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MESH Slayer Elemental desktop system review

The last time we took a look at a pre-built desktop system from MESH was at the turn of the year, in line with the launch of AMD's first Phenom II offerings.  Since then, AMD's Dragon platform has evolved quite nicely in terms of both buying options and performance, and so MESH's AMD-based offerings have evolved with it.

Today we take a look at a performance-oriented offering from the company, with bells and whistles aplenty to create what could well be a tempting package for its £999 price point.  From a Phenom II Black Edition CPU as standard through to the optional addition of some classy speakers and input devices, there's plenty to take in here, so let's delve straight in and see what the fabulously named Slayer Elemental brings to the table.  We'd best make sure it's a well-built table though, as we've got a lot of fancy hardware at our disposal.



 
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