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Old 01-07-2006, 12:46 AM   #11
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Oh, Powmax! I think they have a power supply that's 580 watts at about 30 bucks at Newegg. I'll bet you that 12 volt line on that thing is stable as a floating dock on the Pacific .
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Just out of curiousity, how much money did that beast cost?
Well, I've added strobe lighting around most of the cables inside, removable caddie bays with multi coloured lights on the small fans in the front of them, a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Elite Pro sound card that I've ordered, Hyundai ImageQuest19" LCD Monitor (8ms response time), Razer DiamondBack Magma Gaming Mouse and Logitech G15 Gaming-Grade Illuminated Keyboard, it all comes to round 4000 UK Pounds thats about 7090 USD

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how do you like that keyboard, im thinking about getting it, is the LCD thing on it worth it?
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how do you like that keyboard, im thinking about getting it, is the LCD thing on it worth it?
For me it's a nice bit of kit with all the programmable keys and LCD for monitoring other PC programs, like temp etc while gaming. It's well worth every penny.

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