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post #11 of 12
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192.50 for 2500k
45.66 for the g9x
260.48 for the motherboard, HDD and DVD drive
229.98 for the monitor / ram
56.99 for the PSU
199.98 for the case (which is with Pedgette right now. He's installing a custom etched window)
447.85 for the GFX Card / H60
14$ for the windows 7 disk (<3 being a student)

56.93$ for case Modding
24.82$ USB 3.0 header
39.03$ Fan controller + cathodes
70.68$ Keyboard

Before rebates so far
1638.90

Then I have
10$ rebate from gigabyte for the motherboard
45$ rebate for h60, 650D and the psu from corsair

After rebates so far:
1583.90$

The reason you guys see so many boxes is that I didn't buy all at once, I had 5 different orders with newegg, 1 with directron and 1 with logitech.
Also monitor shown is not the monitor that was in the box. I switch monitors with my 23 inch below. I did notice that there is a little bit of a lighting issue to the top right of that monitor but I only went looking for it because of newegg reviews. Not enough to make me send it back for a replacement at this time.

I think I also changed my mind on an SSD for this build. If the person who gets the rig want's one later then they can get it
Edited by dudenell - 6/16/11 at 6:15am
post #12 of 12
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Shipped it off yesterday. Here are the finished pics:
http://dudenell.imgur.com/1YL09
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