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The best PC is not going to be one that you buy just for the computer, but rather one that’s going to make a difference in your life.
That’s what Dell has learned over the past several years and it’s one of the reasons why the company has now released the ACR-3, the latest entry in its long-running laptop line.
This new computer’s performance has been under scrutiny for the past few years, with numerous reports pointing to the fact that the ACRs cooling fans, the ACRI-3’s power supply, and the power supply’s power delivery all tend to be underwhelming.
However, the new ACR 3 has managed to deliver more than its share of impressive performance, and in particular its performance in our performance benchmark test, which takes advantage of the ACri-3 to measure how much the PC’s graphics processing units (GPUs) can handle a task at the same time.
This is not a cheap or even a good GPU, but the ACr-3 outperforms even its more expensive rivals.
That performance includes both gaming and general computing tasks, and we are especially impressed by the fact the new PC is still able to perform well even with a full-fat desktop equipped with a quad-core Intel i5-6600U.
That means you don’t need to upgrade your graphics card, and it doesn’t even have to be a new one, either.
Dell’s ACR line of computers features a combination of the company’s iconic design, high-quality components, and solid performance.
That makes the AC3 the perfect choice for anyone looking to get into the computing world.