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Hi there. I recently stumbled upon a website that sells custom built computers that have nVidia cards that are overclocked buy the manufacture. What i'm looking at buying is the Reactor model.

the specs are..

Cooler Master Cosmos 5 case
Cooler Master Real Power Pro1000W PSU
EVGA nVidia 780i SLI
Intel QX9650 overclocked to 3.7Ghz
2x 9800 GX2 EVGA (manufacture overclocked but clock speeds are not specified)
4GB Corsair Dominator @ 1066MHz
500 GB Seagate Barracuda
Vista Ultimate 64bit

now.. the price of this is a whopping 4530$, does that seem to be a good deal? If not, can somebody give me the name of another store. My limit is 5000$(USD)

the website is http://www.uberclok.com

ALSO.. are 2 9800's fine, or is there something better?
Edited by Dylan0is0here - 6/4/08 at 5:08pm
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post #2 of 10
Are you trolling? No seriously.

The whole point of this website is to help people build their own computers, for much cheaper than you could have a store build it for you. Why don't you go to Newegg.com and look up the prices of each separate item in that computer, and compare the total to what they ask. Then ask yourself if it's worth paying that much extra to have someone build and overclock it for you.



Edit: I checked it out for you, and came up with $3,253.93 for the same exact items. Though I don't know if maybe that RAM was 4x1 instead of the 2x2 I chose (4x1 would be more expensive).

The build itself is actually pretty dang nice if you're willing to spend that kind of money, but you need a 30' screen to take full advantage of that quad-sli.
Edited by SSJ3 Mario Brothers - 6/5/08 at 7:31am
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......um yeah go to newegg.com
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The exact same PC costs $3,188.93 at newegg.com. So you would be paying $1000 for them to build and overclock it. If you want I can select some parts that will give the same performance for alot less.

The QX Seies is a total waste of money for a start.
Edited by coffeejunky - 6/5/08 at 7:39am
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The exact same PC costs $3,188.93 at newegg.com. So you would be paying $1000 for them to build and overclock it. If you want I can select some parts that will give the same performance for alot less.
I'll do it for only $800 labor if your that gullible.
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I'll do it for only $800 labor if your that gullible.
I'll do it for 700!


Pounds...
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I'll do it for $600!

That's in pesos
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The exact same PC costs $3,188.93 at newegg.com. So you would be paying $1000 for them to build and overclock it. If you want I can select some parts that will give the same performance for alot less.

The QX Seies is a total waste of money for a start.
alright, this was the kind of answer I was looking for. I MIGHT, get somebody to help me out. Well yeah, and I know that this forum is for building your own comps but I was just abit curious, because I don't really like ordering pc components each at a time.

Coffeejunky, I may be looking into your help, but for now I have some real life stuff to worry about. Even though I'm desperately in need of a upgrade.
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alright, this was the kind of answer I was looking for. I MIGHT, get somebody to help me out. Well yeah, and I know that this forum is for building your own comps but I was just abit curious, because I don't really like ordering pc components each at a time.

Coffeejunky, I may be looking into your help, but for now I have some real life stuff to worry about. Even though I'm desperately in need of a upgrade.
Theres many people on here who will help you put together a system to build yourself. When you are ready, post a thread asking for stuff within a set budget and people will help you. If you can't afford it now its best not to plan now because tech changes so quickly.
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alright, this was the kind of answer I was looking for. I MIGHT, get somebody to help me out. Well yeah, and I know that this forum is for building your own comps but I was just abit curious, because I don't really like ordering pc components each at a time.

Coffeejunky, I may be looking into your help, but for now I have some real life stuff to worry about. Even though I'm desperately in need of a upgrade.
if you want a proper build and have some money to burn let me help you out feel free to PM me
    
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