Mesh Matrix Elite Blast Pro review

£1199
Price when reviewed

Mesh has even added a few handy extras. The seven-port USB hub makes connecting USB devices convenient, while the external media card reader houses practically every card going. Mesh has also utilised the FireWire 800 header on the Asus motherboard for future high transfer-speed devices. Coupled with this forward thinking is the integrated b/g wireless for connecting to your home network. More basic is the Creative Inspire T7900 7.1 speaker set. It isn’t the best, but only audiophiles will mind. If you’re not so fussy, they’re a good accompaniment for both games and films.

Mesh Matrix Elite Blast Pro review

With such a great warranty and a host of high-end components, the Elite Blast Pro is decent value for money. However, the Pentium 4 650 still limits performance in games and applications. We’d be happier with the Fireblade SLI system – the Athlon 64 3800+ also has support for Windows x64, has Cool’n’Quiet (AMD’s equivalent to SpeedStep) and is significantly faster. As the Fireblade SLI also comes with the same screen and a third year of on-site warranty, it’s still our high-end system of choice.

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