Cheers for the follow-up guys.
One last question. Should I look to have this computer built from an online company here in the U.S.?
Knowing my specs and what I'm after, who would you steer me towards?
I've only heard about Newegg.com, but know nothing of them....
I took into consideration and thought that you were going to build it yourself. Newegg is good for picking all the parts like we did and then putting it all together yourself when you receive it. They do have some prebuilt systems but there is no way you can choose every single part to be the same as you chose above.
Should of told me before if you didnt and I would have told you a few places for custom pc's custom built and they put it together. The thing is if you go that way its always going to be more money.
you can choose on the list of what parts they already have and configure it.
Tigerdirect has some systems already prebuilt but the thing is it wont have everything that you are exactly wanting. Usually your stuck with only a few video cards to choose from on that type of configuration and they are usually older video cards...
Digitalstormonline is a good place to check out for a complete custom machine already built ready to go. What you did on newegg was pointless unless you bought all the parts and when you recieved it take it to a custom pc place in your area and have them put it together.. No telling how much they would charge though..
try the link I posted for one already built, if you dont know how to build a pc.
Or you could have a custom pc place in your area order all of the parts and build it for you. I dont know exactly how that works but you would probably have to put down a deposit or either pay for it up front.
Edited by jrm20, 25 January 2006 - 05:43 PM.