|Processor||3.4 GHz Core i7-3770|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||2 TB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2000 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||6|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
ASUS Essentio CM6870-US012S Desktop (3.4 GHz Intel Core i7-3770 Processor, 16GB DDR3, 2TB HDD, Windows 8) Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Enjoy extreme gaming and multimedia experience with the CM6870-US012S featuring Intel’s i7-3770 3.4Ghz CPU and NVIDIA GTX630 Graphics. This system is also a media powerhouse with an included HDMI, Blu-Ray Combo Drive, 16GB of system memory, and a 2TB HDD for your digital media. Asus is also rank as leading PC manufacturer with reliability by PC word user survey.
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It is fast, sleek, and has a TON of room for expansion. The ATX case is oversized, slightly wider than what I am used to but that allows greater air circulation. It has vent holes on the non-mainboard side. 4 USB-3 ports and then 6 more USB-2 (total of TEN USB ports!!). Both the motherboard and the graphics card have VGA, DVI and HDMI ports. Running ultra-high res. dual monitors is a snap.
The thing is fast and comes pre-loaded with Windows 8 (which I hate) but no perceivable bloatware. I installed Classic Shell and run it to look like a Win 7 machine. My one complaint--and this is a HUGE one is the design of the DVD player. The button to open the Blu-Ray/DVD/CD writer/burner/reader/(etc) is just below the power button--and of course they look exactly the same. They are horizontal, light bars at the top right of the machine. Every time I try to pop open the DVD drive I reach for the power switch, and I have turned off my computer a few times no by mistake. It is a design flaw. The button to open the DVD player is below the bay, when intuitively it would seem it is above the bay. When you go to close the DVD drive you can't see the DVD bay button but you can see (and easily reach) the power button.
THAT is how you end up turning off the computer ("instant kill switch") instead of closing the DVD bay. I am removing an entire star for poor chassis design. Other than that this is everything you would expect. The specs are listed in the product description. KEEP THE BOX!! This thing is professionally packed with an inch of Styrofoam and air around it, which is good because the UPS gouged a huge hole in the extra-thick cardboard this thing shipped in. See the product pics I posted a few months ago. The computer was undamaged of course.
I have three operational desktop PCs and a few laptops. This is by far my favorite. It handles games video editing, and huge CPU-eating programs easily. I can run PhotoShop, InDesign, host a live screen/capture video stream webinar, and AutoDesk all at once with no glitches and still probably play a game of WoW or Minseweeper if I had the attentions pan. I do run these programs all at once and host live video webinars 8-10 times a week, so I speak from hundreds of hours of experience. This is the best $1100 I have spent to date.
Bought it on sale on Amazon so the price was really very very reasonable for what you get... The video card is about low to middle of the road, but as long as you are not using the box as a first person shooter gaming machine, it has plenty of power..
Graphics on games other than first person shooters is GREAT!!