The system is big— CineBench R15 scored in multi-threaded performance, and for single-thread. The Xidax X-6 fits onto the latter half of that spectrum. Wildlands, which averaged 76 fps on the in-game benchmark. The case design is solid, though accessing the internals requires unscrewing thumbscrews thankfully no screwdriver required and removing the glass panel.
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Wildlands, which averaged 76 fps on the in-game benchmark. That’s an impressive guarantee, and absolutely worth considering if you’re in the market for a new prebuilt gaming PC.
For Beautiful, clean design Lifetime warranty. There are, of course, lower and higher priced configs of the X-6, but they all come with the same lifetime warranty. This is, of course, scores for extremely demanding games and using the highest available in-game preset, so gaming at p or 4K is entirely doable on the X-6 if you don’t mind dropping a few settings a bit. Storage performance was solid too: CineBench R15 scored in multi-threaded performance, and for single-thread.
The Xidax X-6 is an impressive gaming machine with an even more impressive warranty to back it up. Moving up to p Ultra, the system still managed to stay above 60fps in all three games, though at 4K the scores dropped to the fps range.
Gaming PCs come in all shapes and sizes. Let’s start with the outside. Of course, all that performance comes with a hefty price tag. There’s small and compact systems, with minimalist, understated design. And then there’s big, hulking machines that command the presence of a room, dazzling with their glowing lights and imposing stature. The Xidax X-6 fits onto the latter half of that spectrum. It’s not the worst method of access, but less convenient than the magnetic doors found on some premium prebuilts.
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Our Verdict The Xidax X-6 is an impressive gaming machine with an even more impressive warranty to back it up. Shadow of the Tomb Raider returned a score of fps, while Total War: While everything about the X-6 screams gaming machine, it scored admirably in productivity benchmarks as well. Warhammer II scored fps.
The case design is solid, though accessing the internals requires unscrewing thumbscrews thankfully no screwdriver required and removing the glass panel. And to make everything look clean and nice, Xidax used uni-sleeved black and white cables.
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The system is big— Against Expensive Struggles at 4K Ultra. Finally, the system scored in PCMark 10 Express. At p ultra, our demanding set of games easily stayed above fps except in the case of the super-punishing Ghost Recon: The X-6 I tested uses Be Quiet!