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Originally Posted by nightdagger
Wait, you said smart, respectable, and Dell in the same sentence and you weren't ridiculing them. I don't know of anyone else who has done that.

Anyway, if you want that kind of power and don't want to build it yourself, get a Voodoo, or at least a Falcon Northwest or Alienware.
To tell you the truth, I think Dell's machine out powers all other propietary systems. Its grahpics power would be near impossible to beat without those dual-dual 7800GTXs. Well... until is craps out on you because its a Dell...
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post #22 of 38
I cant wait to see the people who buy those.. the ones who know nothing about it, and show it off to all their friends Then it gets a virus, and they're clueless
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post #23 of 38
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Originally Posted by Orion14_99
I cant wait to see the people who buy those.. the ones who know nothing about it, and show it off to all their friends Then it gets a virus, and they're clueless
Life is cruel. A sucker is born every minute, thats how Mr. Dell makes all his money.
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post #24 of 38
Um... just a question. Why is this thread in the ATI section?

Also I thought of a better use for the computer. Instead of letting a furnace heat your house...
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post #25 of 38
I think this computer is going to be a failure for Dell. Not many people are going to be able/ willing to pay the +$6000 for this.
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post #26 of 38
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Trust me... If Dell can get them, anyone can get them. I bet you within a week of that stupid thing being released 10 of those will be on ebay. Or you can just buy the Dell and rip the processor, ram, and video cards out.

My question is, how does Dell power those suckers on its PSU? Must be like 1KW
Yeah, thats EBAY. Thats not a retail store by any means.

And how do you know its gonna be $6000+?? Dell has gotten better on their XPS's IMO, plus no matter what you say its gonna be really fast. And technically, its not overpriced because #1 you cant build the system, #2 no other computer would be able to stand up to it really.
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post #27 of 38
http://www1.us.dell.com/content/topi...n&s=dhs&~ck=mn

I think they make pretty fair prices.
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post #28 of 38
I don't care where you buy the darn thing...

Think about 4 7800GTX 512 MB, heh, that $3000 right there. Then the dual core processor, $1000, then the 1KW PSU, $400, 2 Gigs of RAM, $500, Raptor 150GB, $350, ect, ect, ect. Look at dell's best one now, it is over $4000.
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post #29 of 38
My thing is what happens when you cant do anything with it because of the BOTTLENECK from everything else! AND AND AND gee when you try to upgrade it 2 months later when they come out with a 1gig dual proc. 7800(insert cool arse letters here) and you try to pull them out and find that dell soldered the quad cards into the mobo then you have to go out and make a second mortage on your house to pay for the next computer they come out with hmmm... I wish I wouldve thought of the dell thing o well
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post #30 of 38
you know what would be cool if they put all that in to a laptop, i would buy that.
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