Gladiator Computers - Reviews

GLADIATOR SuperNova Intel i5 Kaby Lake Gaming PC

All-in-all, then, we can definitely recommend the Gladiator SuperNova – it is a well-built, good-looking and quiet machine & definitely a solid gaming machine.
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- Kit Guru

Gladiator Quantum 970

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PC Specialist has taken a gamble with its six-core AMD CPU and brand-new Radeon graphics card, but its components are beaten into second place by the more reliable hardware inside the Gladiator Quantum 970. Gladiator’s machine has a more versatile motherboard and chipset and a tidier design, which is a tad easier to manage. If you’re after a £600 gaming machine, that’s the build to buy.
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Gladiator Sniper

Honestly, I was shocked by the build quality which rarely feels cheap and evokes a sense of pride when using the SNIPER. The Thermaltake Versa case opts for a neutral, matte finish which resists fingerprints and is easy to keep clean. Furthermore, the construction is surprisingly solid and doesn’t feel like it’s suddenly going to fall apart.
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- eTeknix

Gladiator Sniper

The Gladiator Sniper features the Intel G4440 Skylake CPU which is currently the best value to performance processor Intel make, it also has the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 950 Xtreme edition graphics card making for a decent entry level gaming system, though I would recommend the 8GB memory upgrade.
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Gladiator Battalion 800

In terms of performance, the BATTALION 800’s GTX 970 is a superb choice for consumers opting for a 1920×1080 display and even manages to play games at 1440P using high settings. Currently, it’s one of the best price to performance graphics cards on the market and caters towards mainstream users exceedingly well. As a result, it’s not overly difficult to achieve an average figure of 60 frames-per-second in a wide range of visually intense games.
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- eTeknix