David Hollingworth writes:
"Dell always split opinions in the Atomic HQ. The company is at least making efforts in the enthusiast gaming space, but try as hard as it might its machines never quite seem properly specced. Similarly, the proprietary case design is sleek to some, and teeth-gratingly bad to others. Essentially, the real value in a Dell is in the superior product support. If you like the idea of onsite replacement and installation of faulty parts, then it's doubtless the right choice for you. But if you're at all capable of your own tech support, there are better performing and cheaper options on the market."