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As much as the OP did well on this purchase, hearing you talk like this is just making me feel sick.


A proper retail Alienware is a lot more expensive than building your own PC, and RMA/ warranties come with parts separate.
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If hearing someone say they like alienwares warranty makes you sick..you have issues. Please tell what items in your custom pc have a warranty up to 4 yrs? Oh and i have a custom pc and i owned a alienware..so i know the difference. I ordered an alienware 4 yrs ago full system including monitor speakers keyboard mouse everything including dual gpu's. 2k thats it..2k. My custom rig cost more and has better components..yes thats a valid point. But to a gamer whats the difference? They perform almost the same..Now dont go and throw some bs that alienware cost 4k..thats people buying crap they dont need in it. Anyone who can mass produce a decent(and i said decent) pc is going to charge more then say you and i to build a pc. But that goes back to what the op say to begin with. You dont want to build one??? Its going to cost you more wink.gif In his case he got a good deal.
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If hearing someone say they like alienwares warranty makes you sick..you have issues. Please tell what items in your custom pc have a warranty up to 4 yrs? Oh and i have a custom pc and i owned a alienware..so i know the difference. I ordered an alienware 4 yrs ago full system including monitor speakers keyboard mouse everything including dual gpu's. 2k thats it..2k. My custom rig cost more and has better components..yes thats a valid point. But to a gamer whats the difference? They perform almost the same..Now dont go and throw some bs that alienware cost 4k..thats people buying crap they dont need in it. Anyone who can mass produce a decent(and i said decent) pc is going to charge more then say you and i to build a pc. But that goes back to what the op say to begin with. You dont want to build one??? Its going to cost you more wink.gif In his case he got a good deal.

+ rep sensible and clear. thanks!
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Asus i think your getting a little flack for buying an Alienware. Im happy that you found a system that you are clearly excited about, a shame that your old rig burned up, but congrats on the new rig :]
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1 year warranty, and an overkill PSU for 400 more...

Seems legit.

How about we take out that 660, shove a 7970 in there, now we have finally matched the 1450 quid almost... sadly we are still under it however...

And yet.... we now have parts that will last around 3 years in performance because i bought smarter.

1 year warranty and a 1 year performing GPU for the same price, with a overkill PSU...

Interesting.
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I would agree in that case, but really it's so incredibly easy (and satisfying) to build it yourself. And if you do it right, you don't need to worry about warranties in all honesty. If something is doa, you send it back, after a year or so you tend to upgrade anyway, and with the parts in that Alienware system, thats about how long it would be viable before needing upgrades anyway, so a 4year warranty is really pointless. Also to note, you can get an Antec 900w PSU for $130, saves you $70 on your Newegg build list right there thumb.gif

Back to the point of him not wanting to build one.. and the bashing began
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I dont get it whats wrong with owning an alienware? I was gona buy one myself prior to building my current rig so i dont see why everyones attacking this guy just beacuse he decided to buy alien ware!?.... Weres the shame in it? I must say its rather suprising to hear someone that owns 2 gtx 580s go out and buy alienware,they usually put a system together from scratch kinda like most of us on ocn do.but again i would never come out and bash your equipment saying mine is better then yours but then again ive seen it happen a million times om ocn! The moment u decide to step out of the boundries and be diffrent you are attacked from all angles,made fun of,bashed,and flat out insulted!... I support your purchase and phrase u for trying to be diffreny from some people here on ocn! Enjoy
     
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I am unsure if you understand how things work... a 480 was once the single fastest GPU on the planet,,, there is a usual pecking order... a 660 is a mid range card, where the 480 has around 1 year left before it really needs to be upgraded, a 660 is at that 1 year life cycle from new..

You can throw every excuse you like, it does not wash, sure go purchase that PC for 2,181 dollars with your fancy 3 year warranty and slow hardware, i will take the home built rig with my insured basket and GTX 670 3-way SLi to make up for all that extra cash, oh and throw in a AX 850 power supply.
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I dont get it whats wrong with owning an alienware? I was gona buy one myself prior to building my current rig so i dont see why everyones attacking this guy just beacuse he decided to buy alien ware!?.... Weres the shame in it? I must say its rather suprising to hear someone that owns 2 gtx 580s go out and buy alienware,they usually put a system together from scratch kinda like most of us on ocn do.but again i would never come out and bash your equipment saying mine is better then yours but then again ive seen it happen a million times om ocn! The moment u decide to step out of the boundries and be diffrent you are attacked from all angles,made fun of,bashed,and flat out insulted!... I support your purchase and phrase u for trying to be diffreny from some people here on ocn! Enjoy

There's nothing inherently wrong with owning one, the argument is simply that you can get better for less money. That's it. People bash Alienware for being overpriced, which they arguably are, for what you're getting. I too wanted an Alienware at one point, but this was back in junior high when Alienware was new and I had no idea how to build a PC. What the OP needs to realize (and everyone who's vehemently defending him and Alienware) is that that no one is flat out saying mine's better than yours, we're saying "Look, for that same cost you can get better hardware and the trade off is it takes about 2-3 hours of your time to build and set it up"

If someone thinks their time is worth more than $100 an hour, fine. But the prices don't lie. Spending hundreds of dollars more to save you 3 hours is just plain ridiculous in my opinion.

The downfall to single company warranties is that depending on the problem, there's shipping costs involved, downtime with not being able to use your comp, and other things. With a personal build, if my HDD dies and I need to RMA it, I can go buy a cheapo to fill the gap and have very little downtime. The single company warranty won't cover anything else you put in there, and in some cases, if you read the fine print, putting something else in will actually void your warranty. Not saying Alienware does this, but read all the fine print, it might actually be in there.
 
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What a thread.

OP, I'm glad you are excited about your new rig. It sucks that your old one burned up. You are lucky that it was just your rig, and not worse, even possibly your whole house.

As an owner of a custom pc that I spent about 6 months building, in the process spending in the neighborhood of $10,000 on it, I can completely understand the joy of using your new toy. People call me crazy for spending so much on it, just like people are essentially doing to you. All I can say is that it doesn't matter what they say, as long as you enjoy it, and feel that YOU got a deal, then you got just that. Go ahead and use it, and get as much out of it as you can.

I own an alienware m17x laptop that I use while I'm on the road for work. 90% of people think that I way over paid for it. I simply don't care what they think. So far it has been rock solid for me. I could have gotten another laptop with exact same specs for cheaper from a different manufacturer, but I liked the looks of it better than my other options. I bought what I liked and wanted, and I am completely happy with it so far.

Obviously it's like comparing apples to oranges when you compare laptops to custom rigs, but both of my systems meet or exceed my expectations. Is my custom build "better"? Or "faster"? Well, in both cases the literal answer is yes. However, I am completely happy with both, and would purchase both again if I were to do it again.

Ignore the haters. Enjoy your computer. Only you can say how much real value it has to you after you use it.

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