Overall, the Mesh Elite 4770K Gamer is a well built system for those who do not have the know-how or desire to build one from scratch.
From the Fractal Design Define R4 to the MSI Z87-GD65 and Bequiet! Power Zone L8 power supply, it is clear Mesh have not cut any corners in their selection of components and it shows in the results of our benchmarks.
Regular readers will know that Bequiet! have won us over with their excellent range of L8 power supplies and we feel it is a good move that Mesh have decided to adopt the brand for their systems.
We have seen a number of systems using the Geforce GTX 770 in recent times and we believe it is still an excellent card for gaming at 1080p without compromising on visual quality. Those who are willing to lower some settings will find that even at higher resolutions the Geforce GTX 770 is a very capable card.
At the end of the day, the Elite 4770K Gamer delivers on its promise of performance, attention to detail and peace of mind with quality packaging. One minor concern is in regards to the GPU’s maximum temperature of 85 degrees, though it is important to note that the card will not be under full load 24/7.
At a price of £1499 inc vat. the Elite 4770K Gamer is an expensive system. However, with stress testing and 3 years of warranty included it is certainly worth buying.
- Top quality components.
- Excellent gaming performance.
- Excellent build quality.
- 3 Years warranty included.
- The GPU’s maximum temperature of 85 degrees would benefit from additional airflow.
KitGuru says: An excellent system that justifies its high asking price with quality components and peace of mind.