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Old 09-22-2005, 06:16 PM   #51
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Good Day,

That is 2.5 Terrabytes.

I want that machine as well.

However is will be considered an old-ass thing and will be in abundance in the Garbage in the next 30 years.

I would buy a normal system without starving and dying, then having it become obsolete within few years.

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Old 09-22-2005, 06:57 PM   #52
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Haha... maybe in 10 years if the upgrades continue at a steady rate... no, actually I predict in 2007, all mainstream comps will be dual cores. That's only if you're rich...
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Good Day,

Alright.

No What?
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Yeah that is pure sexiness.

Absolutely. But that is a friggin server not a PC! Only servers have those kinda specs. I'd say that unless you planned to utilize it with extreme gaming "LAN parties", using your computer (server) as the base server, trying to treat it as a PC will result in alot of wasted power and resources.

Not to mention paying $13,000 is unheard of for a PC. I'd buy a car. You can build a similar system for significantly less money if you substitute a few of the "top-notch" media items (like the guy on the first page said about his computer being 13x less than this monster).
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Good Day,

I agree that the resources are wasted.

The majority of the software today do NOT support such large amounts of memory, they may run and then crash, or not run at all, it is too fast.

It would be nothing but a big expensive disaster.

That is a waste of money, AND someone can build a computer with lower specifications than that and still beat it where performance is concerned, that is a fact.

I study these things.

That is not a smart choice.

Server, yes, this is for those whom have extremely high hit rates and are always in need of an extremely large amount of resources.

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Good Day,

I agree that the resources are wasted.

The majority of the software today do NOT support such large amounts of memory, they may run and then crash, or not run at all, it is too fast.

It would be nothing but a big expensive disaster.

That is a waste of money, AND someone can build a computer with lower specifications than that and still beat it where performance is concerned, that is a fact.

I study these things.

That is not a smart choice.

Server, yes, this is for those whom have extremely high hit rates and are always in need of an extremely large amount of resources.

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Of course it doesnt... duh... I never said it did. I just said it was the ultimate comp... thank you... not a waste of money because you could have the ultimate comp that wouold enable you to be technologically advanced for many years to come... 5-6 years I presume. There are some things that this comp does not increase performance at, but there are so many things that this computer does excel at. Serfer indeed. but it can be used, of course, to do normal things. The storage is immense, the speed is incredible, the multitasking is crazy... they do not crash. Too much ram will never make a program crash, at least to my knowledge. I doubt it. THe more the merrier, unless that's virsuses your talking about. You shouldn't assume it would be a disaster. It's not even close. It's an incredible pc. One that outperforms all, today, and even better tomorrow. Thank you. It is expensive... notice I never said anything about it being affordable...
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Good Day,

I do not have any idea of what you are talking about.

Do not speak to me like that.

It is a waste of money.

It would crash.

No, most programs do not support such abnormal resource levels, you need to study that.

If you studied what I did, you would no, but you obviously didn't.

Technologically advanced for years to come, No, it would become obsolete very soon.

I say wait and buy a normal machine.

That is a stupid thing to buy, as it would not be good.

The more the merrier?: Indeed.

Too Much: Not Merry.

It is too expensive and is a stupid choice, I would buy a mainframe over that, as it is more worth it.

That is far too much Random Access Memory, Yes, it will cause crashes as that is an abnormally high amount of resources.

I know exactly what I am talking about.

I did not assume that it would be a disaster, I know that it would be a disaster.

You did not study as deeply as I did.

I did not give you anything to Thank me for.

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Good Day,

I do not have any idea of what you are talking about.

Do not speak to me like that.

It is a waste of money.

It would crash.

No, most programs do not support such abnormal resource levels, you need to study that.

If you studied what I did, you would no, but you obviously didn't.

Technologically advanced for years to come, No, it would become obsolete very soon.

I say wait and buy a normal machine.

That is a stupid thing to buy, as it would not be good.

The more the merrier?: Indeed.

Too Much: Not Merry.

It is too expensive and is a stupid choice, I would buy a mainframe over that, as it is more worth it.

That is far too much Random Access Memory, Yes, it will cause crashes as that is an abnormally high amount of resources.

I know exactly what I am talking about.

I did not assume that it would be a disaster, I know that it would be a disaster.

You did not study as deeply as I did.

I did not give you anything to Thank me for.

Goodbye.

where's your proof of all of this? You need proof my friend. you can't just go off from a "gut" feeling. Of course you know what you're talking about. Actually... it's a waste of money. I know that. Please... understand me here. I don't think you are. I said it was the ultimate comp, and that I never said it was a waste of money or that it wasn't. Of course it's a waste. I wouldn't even think about even going past $3000 on a comp, ever. But I said it was the ultimate pc... I did. Thank you. Acutally, for ram, programs don't randomly crash because of excess memory. I've never seen that happen. Windows might not recognize that much memory, but it won't harm the comptuer. It'll just help it. Again, where's your proof? If you want mine, I'll give it to you. Anytime. Just ask for it. I'll pm you with the full proof. but where's yours? Where in the world does it say that too much memory will hurt your computer? Where? I've never seen that in my entire life. Again, how do you "know" it will be a disaster when it has already been built and has already been benchmarked and has already destroyed many other computers of today? Trust me... proof you'll get if you want it. I'll say it again... It's already been built and has destroyed competition like no other. Not in all aspects, as software just doesn't utilize dual cores like that today, but it does to a certain extent. HOw do you know it would become obselte very soon? can you see into the future? You can't know, and I know that. No one can see into the future. If you beleive in that sort of stuff... well, I'm sorry for you. I really am. not trying to be rude or anything, but I really had to say something to those comments. I know that most programs don't use that much memory. Again, go back to the first post of this thread... I said it was the ultimate comp. NOt the best comp for today... thank you. By the way... you should study your own grammar... "know" and "no" are totally different words... thank you. Again, not trying to be rude or anything, but I was a little shocked with your response and here's mine. Thank you.
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Old 09-23-2005, 10:01 PM   #59
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Good Day,

I responded in a displeased manner because I am not well today, and I had a terrible day on top of it.

My explanation is too complicated and cryptic.

Show me your proof.

I Apologize sincerely for my behaviour.

I did not use the terms "no" and "know" incorrectly according to what you said, please review the post again.

I do know my grammar, better than most, I did not read over my post, I just typed and hit enter.

oh no, FINE, I did use it incorrectly, how embarrassing, my apologies, I did not read over it. :S

I do not mean obsolete as in old like mine, I meant not new and not able to handle the latest things after several years.

I said that abnormal amounts of memory can cause unusual behavour in computers that are NOT built in such a way that it would allow you to exceed the supported amount of memory, as many of them just don't use any more than they support, for example: A 512MB mobo limit would mean that if I put in 1024MB it would just say 512MB and would not use the other 512MB.

While some don't, risking problems.

My Apologies once again.

i'm sorry (

hold it...

Where did you get the money to build this system, where did you build it if you built it, Who built it?

I don't think that even the queen would pay that much for a computer.

I have no idea what a "gut" feeling is.

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Good Day,

I responded in a displeased manner because I am not well today, and I had a terrible day on top of it.

My explanation is too complicated and cryptic.

Show me your proof.

I Apologize sincerely for my behaviour.

I did not use the terms "no" and "know" incorrectly according to what you said, please review the post again.

I do know my grammar, better than most, I did not read over my post, I just typed and hit enter.

oh no, FINE, I did use it incorrectly, how embarrassing, my apologies, I did not read over it. :S

I do not mean obsolete as in old like mine, I meant not new and not able to handle the latest things after several years.

I said that abnormal amounts of memory can cause unusual behavour in computers that are NOT built in such a way that it would allow you to exceed the supported amount of memory, as many of them just don't use any more than they support, for example: A 512MB mobo limit would mean that if I put in 1024MB it would just say 512MB and would not use the other 512MB.

While some don't, risking problems.

My Apologies once again.

i'm sorry (

hold it...

Where did you get the money to build this system, where did you build it if you built it, Who built it?

I don't think that even the queen would pay that much for a computer.

I have no idea what a "gut" feeling is.


The mobo supports 16g of ram... check it out here:
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Have fun. It was built by a team of computer specialists. I will pm you the proof.
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