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As far as desktops go, the 9200 it's the prettiest nor is it the most functional. However, it is the best desktop i have ever used.
It's specifications, even today, are impressive. The 9200, with a decent graphics card, will run all of the latest games and edit video with ease, and it will still be able to run the power-hungry Vista in the background.
The machine is well built and is surprisingly sturdy. The size and looks aren't exactly it's strongest point as it is quite a large machine, but it has to be. The powerful processor and hefty graphics card need to bee cooled by big, but by no means noisy, fans.
The system runs Vista well (providing you have 2 GB of memory in it) and will run the full Aero interface. It handles games like call of duty 2 with all the setting up as far as they can go exceptionally well. If you want to buy a PC that can handle the latest games and editing application then there is no reason not to buy this. It's cheap, functional and very easy to upgrade. Want more processor? Put a new one in. Want more storage space? Throw in another hard drive.
You may think that because of the power it will be a noisy machine. Well you'd be wrong. It's incredibly quiet. If you keep it under your desk it is almost impossible to hear it in a silent room.