Attack of the Show's Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn have WAY too much fun in this hilarious review of a mid-range Falcon gaming PC. For three nights during a week of shows they reviewed Falcon against iBuypower and Maingear in "Gaming PC Thunderdome". The Falcon Talon emerged victorious with a perfect 5/5 Seals of Approval. Check out the full video review for a great laugh.
G4TV's Attack of the ShowJuly 2010The Talon wins G4TV's "Gaming PC Thunderdome" with a perfect 5/5!
Computer ShopperJune 2010Talon makes the highly overclockable Intel Core i7-875K CPU fly!
"[Falcon] has taken the 2.93GHz Core i7-875K processor and massaged it (with the help of some liquid cooling) until it tops out at 4.28GHz when only one or two cores is being taxed. Let that sink in for a minute because that’s the speed you’ll be seeing when running most common software programs."
PCMag.comMay 2010An overclocked Talon proves you don't have to spend a lot for Falcon performance
The new Intel Core i7-875K processor is the first mid-level priced CPU intel has made with overclocking in mind. So it was the perfect fit for our cost-conscious Talon line. Here we showed PC Mag what our liquid cooling and overclocking expertise could do with this new CPU.
PC GamerMay 2010Six Core Mach V in Lotus Orange
Uniquely among PC manufacturers, Falcon Northwest hasn't changed its style or approach much over the years.
"The difference is they get faster - much faster - every time. And once again, the Mach V does not disappoint in the benchmarks."
Computer ShopperMarch 2010The first Mach V with the new Intel "Gulftown" six-core CPU wins Editor's Choice
This configurable six-core PC is a hyper-speed performance machine, with a glitzy paint job that makes it look as good as it cooks.
"No matter which way you approach it, Falcon Northwest’s Mach V, with its Intel Core i7-980X Extreme Edition CPU, is a competently built, insanely powerful cutting-edge PC in the configuration we looked at. You can add or remove components to your own needs or desires. But one thing's for sure: The six-core CPU is here to stay"