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yea as soon as i can scrounge up some cash and work for another year im lookin into one, of course after a few hundred goes into my car
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yea as soon as i can scrounge up some cash and work for another year im lookin into one, of course after a few hundred goes into my car
I'm sure you can build one far better, and far more inexpensively than that alienware POS.
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I'm sure you can build one far better, and far more inexpensively than that alienware POS.

very true and ill prolly be stupid and blow it all on my expensive habits
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Waiste of money... You only get a gig of ram.

I can build two systems that will match that for the same price....
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haha so much money......but thats nothing compaired to what I configured earlier. I got bored one day, and maxed out EVERY possible option, and it came in at over $25,000.
    
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haha so much money......but thats nothing compaired to what I configured earlier. I got bored one day, and maxed out EVERY possible option, and it came in at over $25,000.

yea it would be the coolest thing in the world if you had that to spend and not think twice about it and just got to the sight one day on a whim and order it lol get it play with it for a few hours and go drive around town in ur bugatti veyron...... or better yet put one in the bugatti with seats made of 100 dollar bills.....or better yet....ok sorry
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Im also a member of a Mercedes site that also uses vBulletin (it looks a LOT like this site but less blue) and there are so many rich people on it that are just like "So the other day I was driving in my SLR down in [insert whatever city] and I drove past the Ferrari dealership and decided to go check out those new 612 Scagliettis, long story short I bought 3 of them, 1 for me, 1 for my wife and 1 for a rainy day" LOL! I always love reading people like that's posts and thinking to myself that they have lost something from their brain cavity LOL


Although I can hardly complain about wasting money, I just bought a 7900GTX on launch day, what does that say about my patience and value of a dollar? (I paid $529 for it but when the one I wanted went up to $686 I was still going to get it TODAY, sadly it sold out on newegg and I settled for eVGA lol)
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haha so much money......but thats nothing compaired to what I configured earlier. I got bored one day, and maxed out EVERY possible option, and it came in at over $25,000.
No. If you're talking about the Alienware I got it to 40k Just type in Crazy9000.Eps--854234 in the Retrieve Save Config
    
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haha so much money......but thats nothing compaired to what I configured earlier. I got bored one day, and maxed out EVERY possible option, and it came in at over $25,000.
I'm not sure how that could be? Just by finding the most expensive parts around is not the best computer.

Case- max $300

FX60 $1035

ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe $225

DVD-Burner 2x ~$150

VapoChill PhaseChange $850

OCZ Platinum Edition 2 x 1GB DDR 500 $281

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GBU and NB Watercooling ~$400

Total: $5353... and I tried to make it expensive
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