Memory is at the core of every computer and with a bewildering array of choices, we have settled on our custom sourced high-reliability memory to make sure the system is rock solid for trading.
The processor performance of our computers is the highest you can get anywhere. The higher performance is due to the powerful cooling systems and cutting edge motherboards where the max turbo speed is sustained by more cores and for longer periods of time than is normal for the computer industry.
Reliability is critical to a good trading computer. Our chassis have excellent cooling, which is critical to avoiding component failure. Our power supplies feature power factor correction and highly stable voltages. All computers produced at Falcon undergo 72-96 hours of stress testing. Our tests use 9 different stress tests so that we ensure your system is going to last well past the expected lifetime of most other computers.
Our Technical Support staff comprises of experts with hands-on training and experience. Our top technicians have been with us for many years. When you call other computer manufacturers you often get automated systems, minimally trained people, and headaches. We have a different philosophy of service at Falcon.
If (in the rare case) a component fails, you can depend on us to identify the problem and get it fixed with onsite service to get you back up and running without having to ship your computer back.
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