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DogHouse Systems – Armor TL 570s Review

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***SUBSCRIBE TODAY*** This is our review of a DogHouse Systems gaming PC. This PC is the Armor TL 570s. The review was produced by @Josh from the @ClassicL337 gaming & electronic podcast. LIKE US: www.Facebook.com/ClassicL337 – SUBSCRIBE: www.YouTube.com/ClassicL337

PC Specs:

Cooler Master 690-II Advanced Chassis
Corsair 750W Power Supply
Intel Extreme Full ATX Desktop Board (P67 Chipset)
Intel Core i7 2600K Sandy Bridge CPU (factory overclocked)
Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler
8GB DDR3-1600 Kingston HyperX Memory
1 x 120GB Intel 510 Series Solid State Drive
1 x 1 TB 7200 RPM Western Digital Caviar Black SATA Drive
2 x NVIDIA GTX 570 PCI – Express Video Cards (SLI)
1 x 10/100/1000 Copper Gigabit Port Embedded on Motherboard
Integrated WiFi (b, g, and n) and Bluetooth
Dual Layer DVD +/- RW drive
Logitech Keyboard and Optical Mouse
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

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11 Comments

  1. nice review, only thing i would recomend for this system, as it is a Cooler Master 690-II case – get a clear side panel and add some neon lights, it will look absolutely amazing.

  2. Just bought one, this review is what finalized my decision πŸ™‚ thanks so much!

  3. It seems like an awesome computer, but its price is too steep for me. I rather build one myself.

  4. MrFunkapotamus

    March 2, 2012 at 1:28 am

    Overpriced turd

  5. Great pc however I can build the same pc for much cheaper.

  6. How much cheaper?

  7. ChickenKrispy

    April 3, 2012 at 8:29 pm

    @HerpDerpMerps

  8. Dat quality

  9. Doghouse is really over priced. If you are thinking about purchasing or building a PC IΒ implore you- do research. You can literally re-create this PC for about 25-30% cheaper if you build it yourself. Look up some info and do the math.Β 

  10. it varies upon what armor you want, will determine the price

  11. People buy stuff from these guys???
    Just go to their Websites… upgrade from i3 ($120) to i5 ($220)… well you might as well add $195..

    Novices who do 30 minutes of research will know what a ripoff this is…
    Hell, the most fun part of having a PC is building it with your own hands.. and these guys are charging a good $1000 extra for it..
    Mercy to the souls who is falling for their items.

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