Wired2Fire’sSim X Valkyrie PC review

The need for speed

I was surprised to find that it’s nearly a year since I reviewed Wired2Fire’s Sim-X PC system. As I recall it wasn’t Wired2Fire’s topflight (pardon the pun) package. This time however I've been sent a system that offers a degree of future-proofing, with components chosen with the gamer in mind. Naturally, you don’t need to be a gamer to benefit from such a system, because live streaming, video editing and photo rendering are all subjects that demand a high level of processing power, preferably with a graphics engine that can share the load.

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