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why would you pay 9 for that POS...

its a dell, and an intel. if i was to spend that much on a computer, i would get the voodoo wrapped in gold.

screw flames, i would rather have gold.
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post #82 of 93
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Originally Posted by Satanicide
why would you pay 9 for that POS...

its a dell, and an intel. if i was to spend that much on a computer, i would get the voodoo wrapped in gold.

screw flames, i would rather have gold.
You can't really call that a POS. Even if it is a Dell, it would beat most of our machines. The 965 / quad SLI / PhysX are not even out yet...
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The paint job itself is probably worth over $1,000.

I wonder what kind of PSU can run 4 7900gtxs in Quad SLI
    
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post #84 of 93
Physx in action. Just click the pictures to play the video. It's retail price will be $299 available in May.
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im gonna say it and everybody prop will rip on me for sayin it but i will companys like dell hp compaq ect are good companys but there target market is the family ie a computer mom and dad would buy cuz its aforable and for your money you do get a computer that will work process, internet and play a few games there not overkill powersystems, i dont presonly like these systems but they do apeal to the mass market does joe smoe neet a 3.8-4.2 ghz system with 4 gigs of ram not really as far as there quad sli at least now some of the better msnufactures will catch on i will say this about dell tho they do a good job at selling computers to people on a budget that prob will only type and use internet on it so is a $300.00 cpu bad if thats all your gonna use it for i dont think so now by our standards they suck but by the avarge home user they are ok....i know everybody is gonna rip on me so go ahead but thats just my 2 cents after working in the industry for sereral years ....
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post #86 of 93
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im gonna say it and everybody prop will rip on me for sayin it but i will companys like dell hp compaq ect are good companys but there target market is the family ie a computer mom and dad would buy cuz its aforable and for your money you do get a computer that will work process, internet and play a few games there not overkill powersystems, i dont presonly like these systems but they do apeal to the mass market does joe smoe neet a 3.8-4.2 ghz system with 4 gigs of ram not really as far as there quad sli at least now some of the better msnufactures will catch on i will say this about dell tho they do a good job at selling computers to people on a budget that prob will only type and use internet on it so is a $300.00 cpu bad if thats all your gonna use it for i dont think so now by our standards they suck but by the avarge home user they are ok....i know everybody is gonna rip on me so go ahead but thats just my 2 cents after working in the industry for sereral years ....
Dude...please keep grammar in mind when typing. Thanks.
post #87 of 93
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The paint job itself is probably worth over $1,000.

I wonder what kind of PSU can run 4 7900gtxs in Quad SLI
Well there are really only 2 7900GX2s...
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post #88 of 93
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Originally Posted by danno85ss
im gonna say it and everybody prop will rip on me for sayin it but i will companys like dell hp compaq ect are good companys but there target market is the family ie a computer mom and dad would buy cuz its aforable and for your money you do get a computer that will work process, internet and play a few games there not overkill powersystems, i dont presonly like these systems but they do apeal to the mass market does joe smoe neet a 3.8-4.2 ghz system with 4 gigs of ram not really as far as there quad sli at least now some of the better msnufactures will catch on i will say this about dell tho they do a good job at selling computers to people on a budget that prob will only type and use internet on it so is a $300.00 cpu bad if thats all your gonna use it for i dont think so now by our standards they suck but by the avarge home user they are ok....i know everybody is gonna rip on me so go ahead but thats just my 2 cents after working in the industry for sereral years ....
Some people do not want to worry about building their own. There is nothing wrong with that.

I am sure that somewhere on the internet there are do it yourselfers in another category. And they laugh at us for buying retail of their hobby.
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post #89 of 93
Like in my case i bought a hp m7360m for the parts. All i needed to do was pick up a new mobo and video card. Why did i buy the Hp? Because for $1059
i was able to get a Western digital sata 320gb hd, light-scribe 16x DVD/CD rw, 48xdvd ROM, Intel 920 not to mention parts like a coax, RCA and FM receiver card, mmc/sd, memory stick/pro, compact flash I/II, smart media xd card readers , 8 built in usb2.0 ports and 2 1394 fire wire ports so total cost when done $1500 give or take now don't tell me that's not a good deal.
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So what happened to the guy who said he bought the system??? did he ever showed pictures of it? i forgot his name.
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