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post #11 of 37
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Not sure. If they dont then I'll just do it myself lol Thanks for the compliment. I honestly expected a worse reception of a Prebuilt PC on OCN because of how most of ya'll build your own (which I tried and failed on a couple months ago)
Actually DigitalStorm is the ONLY company i would buy/recommend a prebuilt system from. I mean they will do just about anything for their customers. Every part is under warranty. If you want more of an OC you can call them and have them help you with it, and its still under warranty if you do it with them.
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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...&Sku=S203-2520

^^^^....I think you should get this monitor...^^^^
post #13 of 37
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Actually DigitalStorm is the ONLY company i would buy/recommend a prebuilt system from.
I would also recommend Falcon Northwest.
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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...&Sku=S203-2520

^^^^....I think you should get this monitor...^^^^
I'd get it if I had the money lol. And I didnt know DS kept it under warranty if you OC'ed it
post #15 of 37
well u already have a monitor... if i were u Id save upf or a heavy duty HD monitor... 24+
post #16 of 37
Isn't the 860 an i5? Also what kind of cooling did you get? Sounds sweet.
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Isn't the 860 an i5? Also what kind of cooling did you get? Sounds sweet.
No. It's an i7. Frostchill system is Stage 3 Watercooling by DS. Also I might do that Strong. I wont get another monitor till after christmas so i might have money for that by then lol. What do ya'll think of this monitor http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...370&CatId=3774
Edited by Raji8 - 12/2/09 at 7:40pm
post #18 of 37
you should get a monitor identical to the one you already have for a dual monitor setup
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post #19 of 37
I think that monitor is just as good as the samsung...but 1 less hdmi...is it 1080p though..
post #20 of 37
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Funny you are sir. It would have cost me $1600 to buy the components for a similiar setup and build it myself...wow only $160 difference. Not much and it'll be done by a professional and it will work when I get it unlike if I were to do it it would most likely not work like my first attempt (of which was a $1500 investment $900 was unrecoverable as I only got $600 back)
Na. My computer didn't cost near that much. Granted your processor was $280 and mine was $200. Also they skimped you on the hard drive. Oh well. It's almost worth it if its a 4 year warranty, that's pretty good.

Also the site doesn't look like they cheat there customers like Dell does though. At least if you go from an i5 to an i7 on lynnfield the upgrade cost what the processor upgrade would cost. On dell if you go from a lower end processor to a high one you pay what the processor cost plus what the other one cost. hah.

Anyway looks like a good build otherwise.
Edited by dham - 12/3/09 at 7:42am
    
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