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Braebo Enforcer Gaming PC Review

The Braebo Enforcer gaming PC is a decent machine although we have tested much better in recent months.  In our tests it offered good performance throughout both real world and synthetic scenarios, partially thanks to the overclocked Intel i5-3570K which operates at the centre of the system.  It also runs quietly and proves easy on the ears, long term.

We were generally impressed with the hardware components that Braebo has selected for this system although there were a couple of rather major exceptions.  There is a strong theme of Cooler Master products in this  system including the case, CPU cooler and power supply.

Unfortunately, the power supply is a cheap model which left us a little underwhelmed, along with an unsophisticated choice of memory inside the system.  Braebo have used a high quality Gigabyte Z77-D3H motherboard and MSI GeForce 660 Ti graphics card which claw it back a few points, but the outdated SATA-300 Solid State Drive doesn’t deliver great performance.

The included bundle contains everything we could possibly ask for.  It features a mechanical gaming keyboard, gaming mouse and gaming headset from CM Storm, a set of 2.1 Logitech speakers and an Iiyama ProLite E2480HS 24” monitor.  These can be deselected should you not want any of these items but they are excellent choices for those looking for a first time gaming PC.

The Braebo system costs around £1500 including VAT and delivery for this particular configuration including the bundle.

Visit the Braebo Computers website to configure your own system.

Pros:

  • Impressive bundle (mechanical gaming keyboard, gaming mouse and gaming headset from CM Storm, a set of 2.1 Logitech speakers and an Iiyama ProLite E2480HS 24” monitor)
  • Decent cable routing.
  • Quiet operation.

Cons:

  • Some questionable component selection which brings the overall score down.

KitGuru says: A decent offering from Braebo, but not award winning material.

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Rating: 7.0.

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