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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

FINAL BUILD

1.00 INTEL CORE I7 2600K LGA1155 CPU.  3.40 GHZ, 8MB CACHE UNIT $400.00
1.00 MAXIMUS-IV-EXTREMEV3   UNIT $510.00
2.00 G.Skill DDR3-1600 8GB Dual Channel [Ripjaws] UNIT $132.00 $264.00 F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL
1.00 OCZ REVODRIVEx2 240G PCI-E SSD UNIT $819.00
1.00 DF-85 Antec Dark Fleet DF-85 - Gaming Case, Access doors with UNIT $220.00
1.00 LG BLURAY WRITER, 10XBD-WRITE, 16X DVD WRITE RETAIL UNIT $134.00
2.00 EVGA PCIe GTX580 1536MB SC 797MHz  UNIT $698.00 $1,396.00
•SuperClock Edition
•GPU Clk: 797MHz, Shader Clk: 1594MHz
•1536MB DDR5 384bit @ 4050MHz (194.4 GB/s)
•CUDA Cores: 512
1.00 Antec "Quattro 1000" - 1000W TruePower
1.00 BenQ 23.6" XL2410T 120Hz LED Monitor UNIT  $520.00
1.00 MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL 64BIT EDITION OEM UNIT $160.00

Total cost to build and install software = AUD $4721.00

9 comments:

  1. sounds like one powerful machine..

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  2. Sounds sick, I just bought a really good 150$ EVGA card.

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  3. Sweet looking rig dude, I'm so envious right now. There's nothing wrong with my current set up, but who doesn't want to upgrade right?

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  4. Maybe it's time I had a little revamp

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  5. Sounds nice, but for $4721 I think you could do better

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  6. yeah for the gamers out there, the sandy bridge seem to dominate the new cpu's. so the i7 2600k runs games better then any of the socket 1366 stuff.
    eg. Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 990X 3.46Ghz, 12MB, 6.4GT QPI, 6 Core has a price tag of $1,169.00 and wont runs games as smoothly!

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  7. I would love to just dump a shitload of cash into a new PC. Mine does okay though, for the moment. :)

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