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Best bang-for-the-buck, mid-tower powered by an AMD processor with support for the latest FX eight-core processors; all in a professional, trim mid tower. Affordability meets exceptional functionality with the Zareason Limbo 6270a.
- AMD FX Processor
- AMD Radeon HD 3000 Graphics (integrated)
- Dual Channel DDR3 memory up to 32GB
- 7.1 High-Definition Audio
- 2x USB 3.0 ports
- 4x USB 2.0 ports
- 1x PS/2 port
- Gigabit Ethernet port
- VGA Video port
- DVI Video port
- HDMI port (video)
- 6x Analog Audio I/O jacks
- 2 USB 2.0 ports
- Headphone and mic jack
- 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Slot
- 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x1 Slot
- 2x PCI Slots
- 4x DDR3 slots
- 6x SATA ports
- Your choice of a variety of Open Source operating systems
- 350w power supply
- Dimensions(DxWxH): 17.3 x 7.1 x 13.9 inches
Author: Roger Bush
I just received the Limbo 6220A and it is literally the best computer I have ever had. It worked correctly right out of the box with Linux Mint 16 installed already. I would highly recommend this company
Excellent work Zareason
Author: Jim Baker
I have had my Limbo 6250a for almost a year (purchased August, 2014). Machine was packaged and shipped in an excellent manner. Easy to get up and running and have no issues since start-up. One objection is that there was NO documentation and had to request info on front and back panel connections, should be included with the product. Contacted Zareason via email and received info in short order. Really do like this machine and liked the opportunity to purchase from a company that "thinks Linux".
Author: Ron Cook
I purchased a Limbo 6250a in August, 2014. The machine arrived in perfect condition and superb packaging. Excepting a couple of power-downs to insert / remove a PCI card, the unit has been running 24x7 since it was powered-on near the end of August. There is no mechanical noise audible from the system. It's currently running Linux Mint 17 / 64-bit and has handled everything I've thrown at it. When I get bored I'll upgrade to Mint 17.1. I came back to the site to order a Linux laptop. I have Mac laptops but making them be happy with any distro is an exercise that seems to require lots of alcohol. I recommend ZA Reason to everyone who asks me about my computer systems.
I purchased a Limbo 6250A on December 29, 2014 and received it on the east coast in 15 days (there was a 1 day delay because of UPS).
The computer was well packaged. It's very quiet and does what I need it to do. I asked for LinuxMint 17 XFCE and that's what I got. I'm very happy so far and will likely buy again from ZaRaeson.
Thanks for building an AMD machine. I'd like to support AMD for their efforts to support the open source community with open source video drivers. Thanks.
Author: Doug Steiner
This is a great machine. I need a big box, nothing complicated, just something that would work without me having to tweak it. So far, so good. I got it a while ago and it looks like it will just work. For once, a computer I don't have to tweak. Thanks you guys.
Author: T J. Allen
I purchased a Limbo 6000A, which is no longer in production. Except for my first computer, bought in 1993, I've built all of my desktop machines (about 15) until this one. I bought from ZaReason because they put in the legwork to assemble a fully Linux-compatible machine for a good price. The 6000A is very fast and suitable for large compiles. The motherboard is populated with polymer capacitors rather than electrolytics, saving me the future trouble of recapping the board. The 6000A is rather quiet and stays reasonably cool--CPU below 45C--even when all four cores are at 100%. The construction is clean, the case is solidly built, and the cables are carefully routed. ZaReason built the machine and shipped quickly, even verifying my shipping address, which differed from my credit card billing address, within hours of the order. I installed Slackware on the machine with a custom kernel. The kernel found all of the hardware without any trouble--no tweaking needed. I expect to be buying from ZaReason again.