Zoostorm PC Review (with AMD Vision A6-3500 APU)

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The Zoostorm brand may not be instantly recognisable to many but they have been around now for a few years. They are a UK based systems integrator who build budget friendly computers predominantly for the home and education markets.  Rather than sell PCs direct to the consumer however Zoostorm have a network of retailers who sell their PCs for them.

Zoostorm supply many of their computers without an operating system installed which will prove valuable if you already own a license.  Today we are going to look at a Zoostorm PC which is targeted at low-budget home users who want a capable multimedia system.  This system incorporates an AMD A6-3500 triple core APU featuring integrated AMD Radeon HD 6530 graphics.

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Specification

  • CPU: AMD Vision A6-3500 APU
  • Motherboard: Asus F1A55-M LE
  • Cooler: AMD Reference Cooler
  • Memory: 2x 4GB DDR3 1333MHz
  • Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6530
  • Power Supply: Zoostorm LPC-300C
  • Optical Drive: DVD Writer
  • Chassis: Zoostorm Custom Chassis
  • Hard Drive: Western Digital Caviar Green 750 GB
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Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)
Zoostorm PC Review (with AMD Vision A6-3500 APU), 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Sven

    Quite a let down, not on a performance level, but why use a loud PSU in such an ideal media center system?

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  • Joseph Mc

    wow what a terrible system, why such a high score if the PSU is ultra loud? its ideal for a media center until this is factored in.

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  • blaze dragon

    its not the psu its the heatsink and fan that runs at 4000rpm to fix that all you have to do is replace the cooler with a silent low profile cooler as some coolers can be very large just dont reuse the thermal compound and be sure to clean all the old off

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  • http://www.kitguru.net Henry Butt

    Hi blaze dragon, it’s definitely the PSU in my review unit that makes the noise as I turned the CPU fan off for a moment and the noise was still present.

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  • http://www.rossdigital.co.uk James

    I bought one of this zoostorm pc from http://www.rossdigital.co.uk and i found it really good performance. I think they are better than HP and cheaper.

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  • markos

    CPU’s don’t make any sound as it is attached to the motherboard what you all be hearing is the fan on the CPU but all these very rarely make a noise. What you will be hearing is the noise from the fan from the PSU (POWER SUPPLY UNIT) So if you want and clever enough you can change the fan on the PSU or get a new PSU FROM any computer shop. Good luck all

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  • Jim

    I bought a Zoostorm from Argos . I sent it back the next day ,I could not put up with the noise it was like having a leaf blowing machine in the room. worst pc on the market

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