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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 387577 4-Oct-2010 10:16
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The one thing I would also point out in terms of the 18 month warranty of the TM plan is that the individual parts themselves will have a longer warranty on them, in the case of HDDs, that's 3-5 years depending on the manufacturer.

I had to send back a faulty GPU when I built my system, all got handled fine.

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  Reply # 389409 8-Oct-2010 07:22
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Ive decided to get these bits from computerlounge and I will build it myself, good times!

1 x Intel Core i7 870 Lynnfield 2.93GHz 8MB LGA1156 @ $475.00 = $475.00
1 x ASUS P7P55D-E LX Intel P55 Core i7/i5/i3 PCI-E DDR3 LGA1156 SATA3+USB3 ATX @ $219.00 = $219.00
1 x OCZ Intel Extreme Series 2x2GB DDR3-1600 CL8 @ $199.00 = $199.00
1 x Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. B CPU Cooler LGA1366/LGA1156/LGA775 @ $117.55 = $117.55
1 x Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB 32MB 7200rpm SATAII @ $99.00 = $99.00
1 x EVGA nVidia GeForce GTS450 1GB GDDR5 PCI-E @ $229.00 = $229.00
1 x Silverstone Strider Essential ST50F-ES 500W PSU 80 PLUS @ $111.42 = $111.42
1 x AOC IF23 23 IPS 16:9 Full HD 6ms Tilt Blue LCD Monitor @ $305.65 = $305.65
1 x Microsoft Windows 7 OEM Home Premium 64Bit @ $179.00 = $179.00

Order Total: $1,934.62

Should do the job I think, then someone can teach me how to overclock it.



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  Reply # 389420 8-Oct-2010 08:33
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Nice machine! If you asked Revo to put the items together in the forum, he will be able to give specials for you. I think you will need good power supply and should be at least 650 watt to overclock. Good luck.

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  Reply # 389983 9-Oct-2010 21:15
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Can give you a i7 860, 4GB 1333mhz ram, 2TB HDD, 1GB DDR5 GPU, thermaltake case, blu-ray, less than $1700

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  Reply # 389996 9-Oct-2010 22:05
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quick build hope i haven't missed anything

 Easteck Case ET-3381BS 420W PSU USB&SAudio                                                                         $50.60

 Asus M2N68-AM PLUS MB, Socket AM2+, GF7025, HT2000, 2 x DDR2 106                                       $90.85

AMD ATHLON II X2 Dual Core 245 2.90 GHz 2 x 1MB L2 cache Socket                                             $96.60

 2GB DDR2-800 PC2 6400 Desktop Memory                                                                                 $67.85

 Palit GT220 PCI-E 1GB 128-bit DDR2, Turbo Cache, DVI, VGA, Fan 

Samsung 500GB Spinpoint F3 7200rpm HDD - SATA-II 3.0 Gbps, 16MB                                          $74.75

Lite-On iHAS324 Super AllWrite 24x DVD Writer                                                                            $35.65

 PS2 Keyboard                                                                                                                           $7.67

PS2 Optical Mouse 

 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Prem 32bit OEM                                                                             $182.77

 ViewSonic VX2233WM 21.5"W 1920x1080 5ms Speakers Analog/DVI 1600                                $300.00  

                                                                                                                   sub total      1027.24  

                          postage about $24     may need sata cables and a fan
                          as for building it Youtube             


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  Reply # 389997 9-Oct-2010 22:07
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sorry about the messy presentation didn't think it would go like that

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