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The_Shadow_630

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Ok, this is pretty simple and I would like to hear from as many people as possible. I want to know what your dream computer, desktop of course, is, no cost limit. I want to know everything that you can give me from the Case to the PS to the processor. Every component that would be in it and why you chose those components. This is your chance all of you fellow computer geeks out there, fantasize like we all do and dream up the biggest, baddest, best computer you can think of. if you know the cost of things, then tell me if you like, if not, it is totally cool. Just be as specific as you can or as you want to be.

Edited by The_Shadow_630, 24 December 2005 - 05:33 PM.

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warriorscot

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Simple i would buy a top of the range armari gravistar. You wont see much change from £6000( over 10 000 yankee dollars).
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LoL I have seen those on sites. Dual core opterons running around 9.6 ghz they say, added up together.

They have quadro display cards. Two Quadro FX 3450s in SLI actually but quadro is for workstations not games. Thats a very nice workstation system or either a multiplayer server that you can have many huge multiplayer games going on at the same time as a dedicated machine.

Great workstation or server! :tazz:
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Armari make those but they specialise in the uber rich home desktop gamer, all the systems have individual specially engineered water cooling kits filled with the non conductive coolant(which costs a couple of hundred quid just to fill up such a large system) and then they overclock it until ot goes like a bat out of [bleep], then they stick in the mother of all sound systems and monitors.

The X2 gamer model is friggin sweet, they fixed those big exos coolers up for it, they are usually pretty rubbish but they rip the guts out them and build them back up better.

Building is great but if you have no limit on cash a hand built fully engineered system is the way to go.

And they make the killer gaming servers with phase change cooling, but they will make anything you want them to if you are paying them that much money
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yeah lol. They look nice.
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Or their is the vodoo ones in the lian li cases that are painted and have any pattern you want laser etched onto the side.
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