When it comes to buying an OEM system, most computer enthusiasts shy away, preferring the less expensive way of doing it themselves. Honestly, I typically feel the same way, but, after being asked to interview the CTO of VoodooPC by Cameron, I figured I'd read up a bit on what makes them unique and why anyone would want to buy a pre-built system.
Just browsing VoodooPC online I found myself dribbling a little drool onto my keyboard. They have systems for every tastes: Mobile high-end laptops, powerful gaming systems, "Liquid Chilling" for the overclocker in us all, and all-around high-performing desktop machines. Couple that with unique, illustrious case modifications and you have something that even a DiYer would consider.
After cleaning up my keyboard, I wrote down some questions for VoodooPC's CTO, Rahul Sood, and gave him a call...
Let's continue on and see what he had to say!
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