OCUK Ultima Raptor Review


OCUK Ultima   Raptor Review

Futuremark Vantage

PC Mark Vantage

One of the great benefits of testing an entire system, such as the Ultima Raptor from Overclockers UK, is that we get a chance to run all of those tests that are normally specific to certain types of hardware and get a real feel for how well a system performs in daily use rather than solely for gaming or suchlike.

In PC Mark Vantage scores very well indeed. The TV and Movies test is vastly reliant on the storage medium, and with the Western Digital 640MB HDD just breaking through 3000 points then the TV and Movies test score reflects this. However, the rest of the scores handily break through the 6000 barrier, with the gaming result taking advantage of the 5870 to really bang in the numbers.

3D Mark Vantage

Firing up 3D Mark Vantage in its Performance mode provides a good score with over 18000 total marks and the CPU score breaking through the 20000 barrier. This should give us a great High score.

Moving to the much more realistic High settings sees the score drop to a hair under 13000. This will give playable frame-rates at good image quality in all but the most demanding games.

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Most Recent Comments

27-04-2010, 04:49:53

I Hunta x
Seems a very tidy prebuilt, and gives very nice results, more or less what im planning for my upgrade in the summer.

Top notch review as allways Mr Tom ,Just a quick note tho bottom of the first page there is a spelling mistake btw it says "4gb or ram"Quote

27-04-2010, 07:53:20

not bad,the price isent to expensive ither whats OCUK's premium for this?Quote

27-04-2010, 09:51:44

id be abit ohher abut the psu id expect more psu for the £3 altho i know these corrsair psu's are condiderably the best and can probaly handle it no problem id still expect alittle more punch formy ££Quote

27-04-2010, 10:00:41

650w is more than enough for this system, it will be more economical with this psu instead of a 750w.

If you just want to buy it and use it its perfect.Quote

27-04-2010, 11:01:40

The build quality of their systems never fails to impress me, definitely a pro outfit. If I didn't enjoy putting them together so much I'd choose something like this. They'll even give you phone support for the overclock if it goes wrong (but not if you update the BIOS!).Quote

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