Saturday, March 10, 2012

My friends 4.5ghz Tri-SLI gaming computer



This room heater also functions as a high power gaming computer and features 3 Nvidia GTX 480 graphics cards 16GB of DDR3 ram, a 1350W german made Enermax powersupply, and an Intel core i7 2600k at 4500mhz.

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  1. i have to say, that is one badass rig you got there bro. I just stick with simple and working. As long as it plays the games I'm happy with it. Judging by the specs, isn't that a bit overkill?

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  2. Oh man, that looks really sweet! Can't wait to get my own rig.

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  3. Oh, I won't be showing my son that. I just bought him some kind of alienware thing that cost the same as a slightly used car. That thing right there looks like the cost of small house.

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    1. It's always nice to do your own research first, or ask someone how knows their computers. I kinda feel sorry for you getting an overpriced computer.

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    2. You made a mistake with Alienware.

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  4. personally i don't know wtf you're talking about. you don't have to like checkered pants.

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  5. I envy your friend with such a beast rig! I only have an E8400 and GTS 250.

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  6. that's one sweet rig
    even though I have the money I don't think I'd shell out for two cards and an i7 processor

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  7. Sigh, I wish I had money to rebuild my computer.

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  8. Let me guess, he's playing Minecraft all the time?

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  9. And I'm again reminded that my computer is in need of an upgrade. :(

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  10. Oh wow, I can't see this one being too cheap. I wish I had that money.

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  11. Me is almost tech illiterate and me don't understand. In short, I'm an eejit Baur!

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  12. *technology idiot* I like it because it's so colorful :D

    btw have you already taken any pics using your new camera?

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  13. he does realize that although crossfire does use a physical bridge for most of the work the mobo still needs to support it right? mobos that support both techs are rare indeed

    and if he wants to cut heat and OC higher he could switch to liquid cooling...

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  14. That makes me feel the same way I feel when I see a porn star's dick. :(

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  15. i wish I knew enough to build one of these

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  16. That sure looks like it can kick some real behind, puts any normal computer to shame.

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  17. That corsair closed loop liquid cooling is what I run on my quad phenom II. Sick rig, are the disks raid 0 for better performance?

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  18. My current computer is pretty high-end and can play most games on the PC but that computer is what I call God-tier. I bet it can play two heavy games at maximum settings at once without even lagging a bit.

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  19. What OS have you installed on this? For me, install Windows on this hardware is a waste of hardware - if not for the games, this crappy OS would have no right to exist on such computers.

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