PCA: So, what does $7k worth of custom-built Origin gaming PC get you?
No way would i pay $7000 for that. Core i7 980, GTX 580 SLi, 2 Corsair 60gb Raid O, Asus ROG Rampage II Mobo, Liquid cooled CPu, i stopped looking at specs right there cause that's not worth $7000 and you can do faster and cheaper Core i7 2700K, GTX 580 SLi, 1 Corsair 120gb SSD, Asus Revolution mobo, liquid cooling, blah blah blah.... i just saved you about $750 swapping out CPu and MObo and the 2700K is faster than a 980!
Shoot just did a disagree ATi was meant to be a. Agree.
Agreed, this computer is a rip-off. No-one needs 24GB of RAM either, not even if you're doing high-end renders. 12GB is more than enough. And it's a non Sandy-Bridge system, AT THAT PRICE! Please.
And its already out dated in 3,2,1 "Doh" lol. I've Been buying Mid high-end stuff lately. It doesn't hurt as much when a month or two later Something way faster comes out. Like Buying a i5 2500k vs i7 2600k. The money saved is worth it. It's better to invest in a good video card setup, and save a few bucks.
Yeah dude I heard good things about the 2700k.
Dude! Image #13 is the only reason why I'd spend that much on a PC!!!
Image #13 was a picture of a DVD/CD combo drive. I checked 3 times to make sure what image 13 was.....DVD/CD burners are $20 bucks! under the picture they say a Blu-ray Drive will set you back $180 which is total CRAP cause a quality Blu-ray burner is $99. So please clarify what image you were talking about that would cause you to spend $7000 on a PC. I'm just curious as to what feature you really like about that PC......if it is a Burner then you must rip/burn movies a lot i take it.
Sheesh! Do I really need to put "SARCASM" in flashing neon lights for that one?!?
You clearly care enough to comment.
all I wanted is trying to be funny, but seems like I failed miserably XD
Oh snap, my bad. I thought you were just trying to be a jerk face.
You can built one cheaper and still can play BF3 on some decent setting. If you got money to blow then by all means go ahead.
7k jaw on floor powersupply unknown with crappy origin over the top. Even the corsair water cool isnt the top. For that price could easyly buy full water system. Not even a gtx590 We. Still talking 7k here? WoW ive not read the specs just by going by the pictures i can see this is not worth 7k VGA being most expensive in that system add the rest a rough total in my head be what 3k max ?? Very max
for that price you could run dual GTX590's with water blocks on the CPU and both GPU's. plus get a 30" monitor. 7K for that is certified wallet rape.
I have a computer at the house that i'll sell for 250k!
People are forgetting that the black wooden box costs $2,000... So of course it is more than what it would cost you to simply buy the parts and spend 1 hour connecting them all.
My initial reaction to the title was "7K for a Sega Genesis not even with it's box? What is this guy on?"
Haha damn that's such a rip off, you could get a more powerful system for less if you built it yourself. Damn premiums.
I can build one like that and i will never exceed 3000 dollars.
Yeah pc guys are so cool $7000 lol
Oh shut up. By spending US $1600 you can build a PC, including 24 inch monitor and operating system, that will vomit on both leading consoles. Don't be ignorant child, you come across as utterly stupid. And, i own a PS3 and love it, for it's exclusives, i'm no PC elitist.
For that price it better vomit on all leading consoles. I can buy a 46 to 50 inch samsung 3d tv and any of the leading consoles at that price.
Your opinion is irrelevant
Origin PC? :D will this collect all your passwords and then sent them to Origin? :)
think i'll just stick wid my 300 quid ps3 :-P
Would never be worth $7,000 its a joke. For the spec I could build it for about $2,800 at a push If you went to someone else (not Origin/Alienware) your probably looking around $3,500 any more and they are money grabbing jokers. Plus there is no point going Intel Core i7 990x since LGA1336 is dead, LGA1155 and LGA2011 are the only ones future proof. Like ATi_Elite said just change the CPU and motherboard. You can save $580 on the CPU alone and its better at games.
I managed to get the Total to: $40,888.00 without shipping :O
Haha, awesome! A gaming PC, what a great tribute to the 80's /early 90's
It's almost like your'e trying to be funny, but without the funny part. Don't know how you do it.
And it's exactly like I am funny with the funny part. Don't know how I do it either.
Oh please :P Will you be saying "That's so funny I forgot to laugh next"? Just scroll past his comment instead of answering with lame clichés that makes his comment look clever by comparison. At least his comment was sort of absurd. That's something.