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Old 02-10-2006, 05:48 AM   #1
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Default Extreme computer!! everyone should buy one (Or five)

Ok this is a extreme parts list i thought i would put together just because i am bored. Ok tell me what you think about this and if you want me to build you 1 send the money to me :P

Motherboard: Tyan Thunder K8QSD PRO S4882UG2NR Deluxe M/B - QUAD Opteron, Dual DDR400, Int. VGA, PCI-X, Dual Ultra320 SCSI, SATA RAID, Dual GbE LAN, USB2.0 = $2,200.00

CPU(s) :P :4x AMD Dual-Core Opteron 280, Socket 940, Frequency 2.4Ghz, HT2000 MT/s (HyperTransport System Bus), 2 x 64 L1 Cache, 2 x 1MB L2 Cache, CPU Fan, Boxed Overlocking these big boys is HIGHLY recomended = $9,116

RAM: 16x (32GB, No 4GB DDR400 Sticks ) Corsair TWINX2048RE-3200 2GB (2x XMS1GB) Registered PC-3200 DDR RAM, 2x128Mx72 ECC, 184-pin DIMMs, 3-3-3-8, Lifetime warranty
= $9984

HDD: 4x (1000GB, Better mesurment like 1 trillabyte?) Hitachi 500GB SATA II HDD - 7200rpm, 16MB Cache, 3-year warranty = $2,796

Videocard: ELSA ATI FIRE GL V7100, 256MB 256-bit GDDR3 SDRAM, PCI-Express, DVI-I/D-Sub, Core clock: 500MHz, Memory clock: 1000MHz, supports DirectX 9.0, OpenGL API, 2D hardware features include: MPEG-2, All-format DTV/HDTV decoding, 3D hardware features include: SMARTSHADER, SMOOTHVISION, VIDEOSHADER and Hyper Z, HDTV and DVD playback, Supports Windows XP/2000, Package contents include: instruction manual, drivers and software, 2 x DVI-I to D-Sub adapter. = $1,699

Case: Zalman TNN500AF Totally No Noise Computer Case for AMD & Intel CPU based high-end systems, 400W PSU = $1,499

Drives: 2x Sony BLACK DWQ58A10B Internal Dual Layer Slim DVD Burner, NeroDVD software included = $318

FDD: (Just because it cost more money :P) Sony IVORY 1.44MB FDD = $17

Zip drive: Iomega Internal ATAPI REV Drive - 35GB Native, 90GB Compressed capacity = $599

Moniter: Samsung 63" Plasma TV , 160 Viewing Angle, 1,677 Millions colours, 16:9 Screen Aspect Ratio = $17,999

Speakers: Creative Gigaworks S750 THX Certified Multimedia Speakers, 7.1 channel, 700W RMS total, 99dB SNR, EAX, wireless remote control = $949

Soundcard: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Elite Pro with I/O Console & IR Remote - 7.1Ch, 24-Bit Crystallizer/SoundFont, 64MB X-RAM, EAX5.0, CMSS 3D, SuperRip = $929

Printer: Samsung ML-3561ND Monochrome Laser Printer, up to 33ppm/A4, 35ppm/Letter, Resolution 1200x1200dpi = $1,799

total = $49,904

I shoped at www.altech.com.au

See if you can beat that.

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Old 02-10-2006, 06:38 AM   #2
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Default Re: Ideal home PC for the average user :|

it's nothing new, stuff almost identical to that have been posted here many times...

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Old 02-10-2006, 06:40 AM   #3
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Default Re: Ideal home PC for the average user :|

Shit sorry, i was bored ok
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