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I'll start. For example: Using a 64GB SSD for Intel RST caching on a 60GB HDD.

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EVGA SR-X mobo - $ 650

 

2 X Intel Xeon E5-2690 - $ 4100

 

EVGA supernova 1500W PSU - $ 450

 

Case Tj11 - $ 660

 

4 x evga 680 classified 4GB card - $ 2640

 

6 x (2 x 4GB) trident x 2800mhz ram - $ 3600

 

6 x samsung 830 512GB SSD all in raid 0 (2 of them on sata 3 and 4 of them on sata 2) - $ 3240

 

Omega halo XT sound card - $ 250

 

Complete phase change cooler - $3000

 

Water cooling loop- $ 1000

 

TEC GPU blocks and controller boards - $ 2000

 

3 sony 4K monitors - $ 30,000

 

Thermaltake level 10 mouse - $100

 

Gigabyte Osmium Keyboard - $ 130

 

Windows 7 home premium - $ 100 (because every penny counts)

 

NZXT hue - $ 30

 

Bitfenix sleeved extensions, $200

 

Total: $52,000 (after shipping)

 

 

Purpose: To play solitare :teehee:

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Intel Atom board with a 7990, 512 MB of RAM, a crappy 80 GB HDD, and Windows 7 starter. :lol:

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my favorite was that guys $14,000 rig that didn't turn on because it drew to much power. only if i could find the thead.

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EVGA SR-X mobo - $ 650

 

2 X Intel Xeon E5-2690 - $ 4100

 

EVGA supernova 1500W PSU - $ 450

 

Case Tj11 - $ 660

 

4 x evga 680 classified 4GB card - $ 2640

 

6 x (2 x 4GB) trident x 2800mhz ram - $ 3600

 

6 x samsung 830 512GB SSD all in raid 0 (2 of them on sata 3 and 4 of them on sata 2) - $ 3240

 

Omega halo XT sound card - $ 250

 

Complete phase change cooler - $3000

 

Water cooling loop- $ 1000

 

TEC GPU blocks and controller boards - $ 2000

 

3 sony 4K monitors - $ 30,000

 

Thermaltake level 10 mouse - $100

 

Gigabyte Osmium Keyboard - $ 130

 

Windows 7 home premium - $ 100 (because every penny counts)

 

NZXT hue - $ 30

 

Bitfenix sleeved extensions, $200

 

Total: $52,000 (after shipping)

 

 

Purpose: To play solitare :teehee:

 

You hating on Solitaire?

In all seriousness I am sure this sort of thing happens. Maybe not to the $52000 extreme but you could spend $16,000 on a mac pro prety easy if you just hit buttons. I am sure somewhere there is someone clicking away at a solitaire game blissfully unaware of how much money Apple made off of what could be accomplished with a deck of playing cards.

 

tumblr_m2aw6afWDL1r7zhkro1_250.gif Apple should sell playing cards...

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