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MESH Slayer 3770K OC System review (w/ GTX Titan)

Rating: 9.0.

Today we are looking at the new high end system from MESH – the Slayer 3770k OC. This system includes the highly overclockable i7 3770k and the ultra high end flagship GPU from Nvidia, the GTX Titan. On paper this looks to be a gaming beast and today we will put the system through its paces, including a look at MESH build quality.

Building a system around the Core i7 3770k is a no brainer, it is one of the most best choices you could make when building your own high end enthusiast rig. MESH are including the Corsair H100 liquid cooler in the Slayer 3770k OC and as the ‘OC' tag would suggest, applying a pre-configured overclock – in this case to 4.6ghz.

MESH Slayer 3770k OC Specifications:

  • Fractal Design Define R4 Black Pearl Mid Tower Ultra Low Noise Performance Case
  • 1200W High Efficiency Modular Power Supply
  • MSI Z77A-GD55 Intel® Z77 ATX Motherboard – CrossFireX™/SLI™ Support
  • Intel® Core™ i7-3770K Quad Core Unlocked Processor (3.50GHz, 8MB Cache)
  • Corsair H100 Extreme Performance CPU Liquid Cooler
  • Overclock Configuration (available when Liquid CPU Cooler is selected)
  • 16GB DDR3 1866MHz Memory (2x8GB) Kit
  • 6GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX Titan – 2688 Cores,2 DVI,HDMI,DP – 3D Vision Ready 1
  • 240GB SSD
  • 4TB (2x 2TB) SATA III – 6Gb/s 7200rpm Hard Drives
  • Pioneer Blu-Ray Writer (read & write Blu-ray, DVD and CD)
  • Memory Card Reader – (Internal 80 in 1) 1
  • Integrated 7.1 High Definition 8-channel Audio
  • High Speed Network Port (Supports High-Speed Cable / DSL / Network Connections)
  • Microsoft Windows® 8 – 64 bit inc. DVD & Licence
  • FREE 60 Day Trial of Microsoft Office 2013
  • BullGuard Internet Security ver. 13 – 90 Day Trial (pre-installed OS required)
  • Free 3 Years Gold Warranty – (2 Years Parts, 3 Years Labour, 3 Months Free Collect & Return)

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