Medion Akoya E2025 D (MD 8356) desktop PC

Medion Akoya E2025 D (MD 8356) review: A tiny tower PC with USB 3.0, HDMI, Wi-Fi and a large 1.5TB hard drive

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Jack

4.0

1

Pros
Great Value
Cons
Gaming performance lacklustre (although this can be remedied pretty easily)
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A very nice little rig, very worthy of the $500 spent. The onboard graphics isn't enough for the casual gamer, but a HD6770 fits rather cozily onto the MB and boosts performance considerably in games such as WoW and Fallout: New Vegas for as little as an extra $75.

john morrison

5.0

2

Pros
dont know
Cons
my pc
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can i use 24gb memory and what type

Alan

0.0

3

Pros
$599 for desktop computer
Cons
Medion Akoya computer from Aldi
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After 3 weeks, my Medion Akoya E2025D computer from Aldi has developed a very noisy fan if left on for longer than 6 hours. Also, blue screen of death occurs every few days now and system restore is needed to get startup to work again. It's just become a giant headache. Wish I didn't buy it now. (my 4 year old Medion from Aldi is still working very well but has XP and can't be upgraded to Windows 7)

bob

4.5

4

Pros
bang for your buck, build quality
Cons
cheap mouse, but who really uses these anyway?
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Hi,
I bought this product based mainly on your review and previous positive experiences with several other Medion PCs (Europe). I am more then happy with it. It would be very handy to know which video cards would also fit (if you don't have a old ATI Radeon HD 4770 ), especially which one would be the fastest one still fitting!!!

cheers

Hewlas

4.0

5

Pros
design
Cons
keyboard and mouse
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Any idea if the memory can be increased? say for instance using 2 * 4 gig instead of the 2 * 2gig installed ram?

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