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2014-10-20T14:03:51Z

Lenovo Erazer x510 Gaming PC ReviewNot everyone can afford a Lamborghini of a PC gaming machine, and with that in mind, Lenovo has crafted a solution that offers a considerable amount of value and performance. Meet the Lenovo Erazer x510, a mainstream gaming rig with a slick black case and convenient OneKey overclocking, among a handful of other handy features.

Priced at $1,349 (as configured), the Lenovo Erazer x510 isn't a budget build, but it's doesn't break the bank either...

Lenovo Erazer x510 Gaming PC Review

skthegreat
2014-10-20T17:43:25Z

I personally think that a i5 instead of a i7, and upgrading the gpu with the extra money would have been a better choice. But nonetheless, it's a good computer.

InfinityzeN1
2014-10-21T00:49:05Z

A gaming computer with only a 760? Guess that is why I avoid these companies.

KyrillVerbytskyy
2014-10-21T03:36:36Z

a "gaming" pc for 1500$ with a GTX 760? Horrendous wire management, and a 120mm water cooling solution?

DavidKreal
2014-10-21T17:23:25Z

It always amuses me when people demean a system that "only has a 760." That's more than ample to run most games so it works for this system. Obviously what system and card you need depend on what you're going to do with it, but I've seen people manage with cards weaker than the 760. That said, I'd still rather build it myself and choose the components.

CDeeter
2014-10-22T07:56:08Z

I don't get why they hamstrung the system with 1333 memory, at the price they are charging, 1600 be should be included.