Originally Posted by Rangerjr1
And you bought it? lol
HAHA no.... Well yes.. but not from dell lol...
I bought it off some dude for $150 a few years ago. It was a pretty decent deal considering to this day you can still buy it from dell for $1749:
Really an all and all decent setup with a intel extreme processor, but I just had a pentium D and wasnt happy with it. Also Dell loves to make EVERY part proprietary. Although they were all good quality fans every single one had a proprietary plug on it. They all also required there own mounting hardware. And the dang power supply was flat and proprietary. I ended up needing to replace it and wired in my own after market PSU with a hole in the top of the case (saved me $300 for a proprietary CRAPPY psu replacement) but I had to wire the dang thing in cause they also added a 10pin motherboard connector (yes 10 pin not 8). So after years of dealing with that thing im glad its sitting in my closet.. Although I really want that cooler in this new pc. That cooler is awesome, forced exhaust no CPU air inside the PC, and its monstrous, almost 2x as big as the evo.
Anyways that thing was a beast, and I am glad to have moved on finally
but I am definitely still a newbie when it comes to well, just about everything. I just like to read, question, help and BS so I guess thats why I pipe in when my opinions probably not needed. Especially since I am such a newbie.
I am off to bed tho no need to continue talking anymore my brains slow and stupid. haha gnight
Also the above photo doesnt do it justice. that heatsink is massive, those fans are both 92mm i believe and the heatink filled that entire plastic case. i had a 140 attached to the other side and it didnt even cover the entire thingEdited by dmfree88 - 7/28/13 at 3:45am