The Most Extreme

Discussion in 'hardware' started by DVD+R, Mar 10, 2011.

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  1. DVD+R

    DVD+R Registered Member

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    By now I think everyone knows that I'm into building the most extreme systems imaginable, but I think I've totally out done myself this time :D :cool:

    Your shopping cart contains... Estimated date for Delivery 3/24/2011

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    DesktopTech: Intel i7
    $2,413.00 $2,413.00

    Customizations:

    Premium Case Charge: Added


    CaseChassis: Corsair Obsidian 800D


    CaseExteriors: Case Exterior: Design True Fire


    CaseLighting: CaseLighting: Red


    CaseWindow: Case Window


    The ORIGIN Difference: Truly Custom PCs. Want a component that is not on our site? Call or email us and we will include it in your system.
    Included

    Case Fans: Noiseblocker Mutliframe High-Performance Ultra Silent Fans
    Included

    Motherboard: ASUS Rampage III Extreme (USB 3.0, SATA 6Gb/s, 3X SLI capable) - ORIGIN Recommended
    $202.00

    Processor: OverClocked Intel Core i7 990X 4.0-4.6GHz LGA 1366 Hex-Core Processor (12MB L3 Cache)
    $885.00

    System Cooling: ORIGIN High - Performance CPU + Motherboard Liquid Cooling Powered by EK Waterblocks
    $580.00

    Bay Devices: Aerocool Touch 2000 - Touch LCD, Temperature Display and Fan Controller
    $70.00

    Media Card Reader: 40-in-1 Media Card Reader
    $27.00

    Power Supply: 1.5 Kilowatt Silverstone Strider
    $290.00

    Graphics Card: Dual 2.5GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 5000 - Professional Workstation Graphics (Non-SLI)
    $4,072.00

    Memory: 24GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1333Mhz (6x 4GB) Tri Channel Memory
    $455.00

    RAID Controllers: LSI MegaRaid 9260-8i RAID Controller
    $545.00

    RAID Configuration: None
    Included

    Hard Drive One: 512GB Kingston V+ Series - Solid State Drive
    $1,340.00

    Hard Drive Two: 512GB Kingston V+ Series - Solid State Drive
    $1,375.00

    Hard Drive Three: 600GB Western Digital VelociRaptor - SATA-III, 6Gb/s, 10,000RPM, 32MB Cache HDD
    $305.00

    Hard Drive Four: 600GB Western Digital VelociRaptor - SATA-III, 6Gb/s, 10,000RPM, 32MB Cache HDD
    $305.00

    Optical Drive One: Pioneer 12X Blu-ray Disc (BD) Burner (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD/BD)
    $121.00

    Optical Drive Two: Pioneer 12X Blu-ray Disc (BD) Burner (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD/BD)
    $135.00

    Audio: ASUS XONAR XENSE - Sennheiser PC350 Headset Included!
    $304.00

    Networking: Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card
    $94.00

    Add-on Card: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed 2-Port PCI Express Card
    $59.00

    Operating System: Genuine MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit Edition
    $95.00

    ORIGIN Maximum Protection Shipping Process: ORIGIN Wooden Crate Armor
    Included

    Warranty: 1 Year Part Replacement and Free Shipping Warranty with DVD image and Lifetime Support
    Included


    Additional Charges:

    Free ORIGIN T-shirt: ORIGIN T-shirt XLarge


    Keyboards: Logitech G19 Keyboard for Gaming
    $199.00

    Mouse: Razer Mamba
    $129.00

    Primary Display: 3D Vision Surround: 3 X Viewsonic PJD6531W 1024 x 768 - 3D ready DLP Projector
    $1,650.00

    Secondary Display: Samsung PN50C7000 50" 1080P Ultra Slim - 3D Plasma HDTV
    $1,799.00

    Headsets: ORIGIN branded ASTRO A30 Wireless System - ORIGIN Recommended
    $199.00

    Speakers: Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1
    $399.00

    External Storage: Western Digital My Passport Elite 640GB USB 2.0 Charcoal Portable Hard Drive
    $135.00

    Games: StarCraft II - 3D Capable
    $60.00

    Games: Battlefield Bad Company 2 - 3D Vision Ready
    $50.00

    Games: Call of Duty: Black Ops - 3D Capable
    $50.00

    Games: World of Warcraft Cataclysm Collector's Edition - 3D Capable
    $80.00

    Productivity Software: Microsoft Office Professional 2010
    $450.00


    Product Subtotal: $18,872.00

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  2. J_L

    J_L Registered Member

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    Wow, you bested your original thread.

    Followed my suggestion and added RAID SSD this time? They shouldn't be in the same RAID as the hard drives, which will slow them down.

    Also multiple video cards. Why not SLI?

    The price is just unbelievable :eek:
     
  3. Sully

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    You call that extreme? o_O Dude! You don't even have a mouse pad listed there.;) I cannot approve that as extreme without a really expensive mousepad. :D :argh:

    lol. If only I had 1/10th of that money, I could buy a darn good box.

    Nice list, but I think you will have to update it soon if the sandybridge stuff ever matures.

    Sul.
     
  4. Noob

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    I hope you're not really using so much money on a build :D
    Even if i had LOTS of money to burn, i prefer getting something high end and then changing to new hardware, this way you can keep your enthusiasm 100% for longer and you will be like a kid in christmas everytime you order a new piece of joy :D
     
  5. DVD+R

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    Well i have a hyper equipped Mousepad that I didnt add, as it may cause distress to some people, as its powered by Real! Mice :D :p
     
  6. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Is there any real point to this threado_O

    Pete
     
  7. Searching_ _ _

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    I bought a Pentium 4 for $20.

    24GB for $455 (6x4GB) I think that's a bargain, you may have to ask them to charge you more. :D
     
  8. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    How about you buy one of them bladecenters that come with dual-socket thingie and 144gb ram and 15k sas drives, add some fusion-io in there and the latest fiber-optic usb thingies, aha!
    Mrk
     
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2011
  9. DVD+R

    DVD+R Registered Member

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    whats up with you?
     
  10. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Nothing, just asked a serious question. Consider what would happen if every member started a thread about the computer he was buying. Then the TV's, cars etc.
     
  11. DVD+R

    DVD+R Registered Member

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    Considering this is the hardware section, It gives people a chance to offer their oppinion on things like that, In fact one member actually gave some feedback on a certain component that I took into consideration. As for TV's well I'd like to hear from others If they had had any experiences with a certain model, (If I was going to buy one) whether it was good or bad.
     
  12. Noob

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    Nothing wrong with this thread, although that build is too expensive :D
     
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