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Braebo Enforcer Gaming PC Review


The Braebo Enforcer is supplied with Windows 8 pre-installed. Our sample wasn’t supplied with the discs or CD key however we expect retail versions will include these.

Braebo haven’t manually increased the CPU voltage at all to achieve the 4.5 GHz overclock and have left all the settings on ‘Auto’.


The inbuilt Windows benchmarks rates the system at 7.3, thanks to the slow solid state drive which can’t quite keep up with the rest of the system. This is hardly a definitive measure of performance but it gives us a vague idea of the system’s capabilities.


Looking at CPU-Z we can see that the motherboard is feeding the Intel Core-i5 3570K with around 1.21V (under load) to sustain the 4.5 GHz overclock. The memory is configured to run at 1333 MHz with timings of 7-7-7-20.


GPU-Z confirms that the Enforcer boasts a nVidia GTX 660 Ti with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.

We are using the supplied Iiyama ProLite E2480HS 24” 1080P monitor for testing.


PCMark 7
3DMark 11
3DMark Vantage
SiSoft Sandra 2013
Cinebench R11.5
Cyberlink MediaEspresso 6.7
VLC Media Player
Performance Monitor
Unigine Heaven Benchmark
Super Pi 1.5 Mod
CPUID Hardware Monitor
DiRT Showdown
Battlefield 3
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

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