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Seriously.. $600,000?? (400,000 pounds for the english folk)

12,000 games or lifetime subscriptions for all the MMO's on the market. But none of these have diamonds. What a pity!

You can't even play Crysis with maximum details..
AGHHH....

Just read it.. It's so sad.Most Expensive PC Gaming System

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That is a waste of money. Why would you want diamonds embedded in your computer's case, and not be able to play Crysis on maximum detail.

Funny article though. :)
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I would rather have this.. by soo far. :)
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That is really godly. :)

I still think this is my dream mobo though: http://www.tigerdire...e...&CatId=4070
I just like Asus products; check out the video on that page.
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