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More than ten years ago, we introduced the remarkably popular F-37X model to the world. Now the torch carries on with the F-37GT. With CPU speeds of up to 5.3GHz (using the latest Intel processor) there are few computers sold today that can compete with it for performance and dependability.
Daniel J. Zanger is the first person ever to take delivery of a F-37GT trading computer. He is a technical stock analyst and equities trader. Having turned $10,775 into $18 million between June 1998 and December 1999, he is the world record holder for the largest percent change for a personal portfolio for a 12-month period and an 18-month period of time in the history of the stock market.
Trade with Dan at Chartpattern.com.
The processor performance of our Trading Computers is the highest you can get anywhere. Higher performance is due to powerful cooling systems and cutting edge motherboards, where the max turbo speed is sustained on more processor cores and for longer periods of time than is standard.
The capacitors ('caps') are critical components that are usually the cause of any electronic device failure. The solid capacitors used on the F-37GT have the highest industry rating at 12,000 operating hours.
Case sizes listed in ascending order left to right.
(Case images are not to scale with each other.)
New computers undergo extensive testing to make sure that they are 100% ready for rigorous service. Performance testing determines the correct settings to tune the computer for maximum stability, realization, and reliability. Non-destructive stress testing is performed to discover components currently functioning but are weak and will fail quickly.
Our Technical Support staff is comprised of experts with hands-on training, experience, and are highly knowledgeable. 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 here at Falcon.
The other computer builders build computers with only a vague understanding of what is needed because they are not traders. We started as traders in 1999 and built computers for ourselves. Now we also build them for you. We are still traders, and that informs us of how we can make much better trading computers. We also understand that you don't want a computer loaded down with extra software you didn't ask for (bloatware). We only install the programs you order (trading software, anti-virus, backup software), plus the free Microsoft product PowerToys.
Falcon Trading System® computers undergo an extensive series of tests to ensure that they are 100% ready for rigorous service. Performance testing determines the correct settings to tune the computer for maximum stability, realization, and reliability. Non-destructive stress testing is performed to discover components that are currently functioning but are weak and will fail quickly. Extensive static electricity controls in our production process prevent degradation of the components prior to shipment.
Twenty percent of our sales are to customers outside the US but regardless of where they live we see over 60% return to buy another computer from us. The best testimony you can have is a lot of return customers. We often hear that they will never buy a computer from anyone else. One of our most frequent return customers is a commodities trading company in Denmark with offices in Switzerland.
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