Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 11:00 PM
"This is our second review unit from the Washington-based Puget Systems (our first was several years ago when they were first starting out), and it's a doozy. While the P67/H67 chipset recall has proven to be a boot to the collective breadbasket of the industry, we were fortunate enough to get the Serenity SPCR Edition in before the recall hit, and Puget was kind enough to let us review it anyhow. That seems reasonable, since the SATA bug in the chipset isn't liable to affect any of our test results outside of PCMark, leaving us with an opportunity to show you a remarkable system that you'll be able to get your hands on in the near future."
I love quiet computers. I love fast computers. Those two things don't often go together, but if you work at it long enough, sometimes they do. If you're not willing/able to do that kind of work yourself, buying a system that's quiet right out of the box is the next best thing. This system was built in conjunction with the awesome Web site Silent PC Review; I used that site as a resource when I was on my quest for silencing my Core i7 system.