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Sheesh, I was just sharing my observations of visiting their facility. I would never buy from them because they are ridiculously overpriced (30-40% markup), even in comparison to the other system builders I'd considered (Digital Storm, Falcon NW, Maingear, Origin). (Not exactly something a PR guy would say, huh?) Their systems just are what they are, silent pre-built systems.
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Please paint the inside, then we'll talk.

I am somewhat proud of my fellow Washingtonians.
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I am somewhat proud of my fellow Washingtonians.
Puget Systems, or the rest of us?

I checked out the Puget Systems site when I was planning my last build. It looks like they do nice stuff, but for sure pricier than home built.

I enjoyed reading about their mineral oil submerged computer, and the article "The pitfalls of building your own computer". I guess I got lucky with my build.
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Puget Systems, or the rest of us?

I checked out the Puget Systems site when I was planning my last build. It looks like they do nice stuff, but for sure pricier than home built.

I enjoyed reading about their mineral oil submerged computer, and the article "The pitfalls of building your own computer". I guess I got lucky with my build.
You have a link to that article?

I'd like to read it.
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Nice article.
Puget was always making the most silent PCs, but think about airflow Those PC are designed for everyday use like Email and Browsing, low speed fans + filters is nightmare.
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