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Any word on Pricing? I was unaware that even ASUS built gaming desktops. Good thing i joined OC.net thumb.gif

You won't find OCN that good if you buy a pre-made "enthusiast" desktop like this one, and then you appear here. Aside from apparently being assembled by a monkey with a zip tie on his nuts, you're going to pay like a lot more than if you bought those pieces(and a good case with good airflow!!) and then paid like 20$-40$ more to the shop owner to assemble it, never mind the fun you won't get by assembling it yourself. biggrin.gif

This just made my day biggrin.gif
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That is shockingly bad isn't it?
post #13 of 33
Asus you fail so hard with this doh.gif

it makes alienware look pro
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Any word on Pricing? I was unaware that even ASUS built gaming desktops. Good thing i joined OC.net thumb.gif

Never buy a pc like this from ASUS, iBUYPOWER, CyberPowerPC, any of those places... here's why... picture the following build with parts picked as close as possible pricewise to what's available

Azza Genesis 9000 Black
ASUS Rampage IV Formula
Intel Core i7-3820 (w/ 20+% overclock)
32 GB GSkill Ripjaws Z 1866 (4x8GB)
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2- WD Black 1TB in Raid 1
LG 12x bluray combo drive (BR-Rom, DVD-RW)

CyberPowerPC -- (subsituting a Gigabtye G1 Assassin 2 MB) - $3,291 + shipping and handling

iBUYPOWER -- (substituting NZXT Phantom 630 tower, ASUS P9X79 PRO, AZZA Titan 1000W) - $3,294 + shipping and handling

newegg.com (DIY) -- $2,790.88 + shipping and handling

Going the D-I-Y route and ordering and assembling the exact parts you want will save you around $500 on this rig... With less expensive systems the difference is of course less, but the bottom line is DIY will ALWAYS save you money and get you exactly what you want.
post #15 of 33
looks epic


looks like something i should be away from
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You won't find OCN that good if you buy a pre-made "enthusiast" desktop like this one, and then you appear here. Aside from apparently being assembled by a monkey with a zip tie on his nuts, you're going to pay like a lot more than if you bought those pieces(and a good case with good airflow!!) and then paid like 20$-40$ more to the shop owner to assemble it, never mind the fun you won't get by assembling it yourself. biggrin.gif

"A monkey with a zip tie on his nuts!" LOL biggrin.gif
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Amateurs.

This looks like it was built and designed by a 12 year old, for a 12 year old.
But but ROG is so cool and makes me a better gamer!! Im a gamer elite!
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But but ROG is so cool and makes me a better gamer!! Im a gamer elite!

Don't hate MSI Dragonz in red is good fo like 20 gigaflops yo
post #19 of 33
I'm gonna throw up sicksmiley.png
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post #20 of 33
People still buy these pre built rigs? It is way to compact in there and the air flow sucks. Save your money and build your own with a better case and airflow design. This appeals to the tards that have money but no clue how a high end rig should be setup. Suckers born every minute as usual. They are the same suckers that buy Alienware.
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