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Probably a little over $1200 (computer alone). I think definitely worth it considering my specs.

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Hmm...biggrin.gif
     
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I would say depending in the year average 2K year for the last 5 years.
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post #44 of 130
I spent about $1600 on my current rig... however that amount didn't even include stuff like the monitor, keyboard, speakers, headphones, and mouse which I already had.

If you include that stuff, the computer is well over $2000

And yes, it is money well spent... my computer is both a business and entertainment device. It is well worth it's cost to me.
Edited by DarkFury - 11/1/12 at 9:07pm
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post #45 of 130
I think I priced all my stuff and peripherals out at something like 3.5k.

Sometimes I wish I hadn't spent all the money on it, but I know that if I downgrade I'll only always be longing for more eventually.
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I do tend to pick up used parts and deals when they show up...my guess is around 2.3K for the current setup...I am also hoping to add a 27" IPS 2560X1440 monitor in the future...
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Current setup is worth a little over 2K
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My last upgrade cost about £1600. The previous one was about £1800
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post #49 of 130
Its in my sig how much. I guess about 3000 between the two computers and peripherals plus an extra case and psu to throw old components in to try them out.

That not including taxes and money lost buying things and later changing my mind and upgrading them. To date I have sold:

3 motherboards, 1 CPU, 3 GPUs, 2 PSUs, 2 sticks of ram, and a case. I guess I am indecisive.

Is it worth it? Of course, its nice to not be 14 and dependent on birthday presents to build my computer this time. Being an adult has its perks.
Edited by Marioshi - 11/2/12 at 12:33am
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post #50 of 130
About tree-fiddy I think.
~2000$ all in all with peripherals and such. I am very pleased with the outcome, everything's working hand in hand with no hick-ups, only the ones I create by tinkering biggrin.gif If I could go back in time I'd probably get the Gen4 motherboard for an on-board USB3 header, and a nice monitor. Besides that I have no regret pouring my - back then - last penny into my computer smile.gif
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