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Gateway FX510XL

Gateway FX510XL
alaScore 79

3 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 73/100. The average review date is 03-05-2006. We have compared these reviews to 321682 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 79/100 = Good. Last update: 11-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Dan Sommer (pcworld.com)

Gateway FX510XL

 

Photograph: Chris Manners

Great performance and design

Pricey

Gateway's model is pricey relative to some others, but offers great speed and a well-thought-out design.

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Joel Santo Domingo (pcmag.com)

Gateway FX510XL

 

Gateway's first gaming desktop offers a cornucopia of high-end parts and luxury peripherals at a price other systems can't match.

Everything but the kitchen sink. Processor comes unlocked (for overclocking). 21-inch widescreen LCD monitor included in price. 1TB of drive space. 2GB of system memory.

Overclocking procedure is not user-friendly. Requires ugly dongle for CrossFire connectivity. Still needs ugly Microsoft MCE IR receiver.

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Apr, 2006

Expert review by : Arik Hesseldahl (businessweek.com)

Gateway's Gift to Gamers

 

Actually, at a base price of $2,999, the FX510XL is no gift -- but when it comes to performance, what a monster!.

It turns out that Dell (DELL) isn't the only longtime commodity PC vendor looking to make build a new name for itself among high-end PCs users and the gaming set. Gateway (GTW), the vendor once known for its folksy ads featuring its midwestern...

Mar, 2006