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PostSubject: CNET editors' review   Fri May 07, 2010 4:40 am

Underneath its feature bloat and its boring case, the HP Pavilion Elite 190T is actually a fairly impressive computer for its price. Our review configuration comes in at $2,105, but at its leaner $1,899 default price, this system is the least expensive we've seen with Intel's six-core core i7 980X Extreme CPU, currently the fastest desktop chip available. A weak graphics card prevents this PC from excelling as a gaming box, and if all you want is raw CPU performance, you can easily get the price under $2,000 by shedding some options. But even if you left the extras, and perhaps added a $300 or $400 3D card to round out its performance, the Pavilion Elite 190T would likely still come in less than a system from any other vendor offering Intel's monster six-core CPU. It might not win any design or innovation contests, but this HP is easy for us to recommend as a cost-effective means to a very fast computer.

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