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Chillblast Fusion Scythe 2 mini-ITX system review

Although not equipped with an SSD, that does not mean the storage performance of the Fusion Sycthe 2 will be poor. To make sure of that fact, we ran it through several benchmarks to test various aspects of the stock storage solution.

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The humble mechanical hard drive does feel somewhat antiquated. The drive provided is a good catchall of performance and storage space, but nobody is going to be impressed by these sorts of numbers.

Although it might edge the system closer to the £500 mark, a small SSD would be the first upgrade we would recommend if you have the extra cash at hand.

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