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hello my name is Rashik and i play for the HR (#1 CS 1,1 1,6 in Ukraine as for 2002,2003)

 

our clan has won $25,000 in the beginning of june so i decided why not just go for it and assemble the most powerful non-overclocked (yet!) computer i could put together. at the end all the parts took almost one month to ship and finally my last part, 7800gtx came on july4:). as soon as the drivers were installed i ran 3dmark 03, minutes later very satisfied with the score of 24133. the configuration is in the signature

 

half-life 2 runs at an average of 125 fps with everything maximized, doom 3 even prettier: i can finally put it on ultra high detail since i have over 500mb of video memory that is required for it: 160fps average

 

im not bragging or anything i just think this information would be useful or just interesting to the forum members. this is not an ad or anything i will be just a regular forum member thx for taking time

 

HR-Rash1k

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nice, but you got an intel!?

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SLI 7800gtx must me nice.

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All that... in a Tt case :( !!! alot of the parts could have been better.. what PSU are you running?

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its an exteme edition it has 2MB of cache and everything else:)

 

7800gtx SLI is nice and $1100 is not that much you wont have to upgrade your computer for 5 years

 

PSU? oh the power supply its sweex gold 600W for PCI express

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its an exteme edition it has 2MB of cache and everything else:)

 

7800gtx SLI is nice and $1100 is not that much you wont have to upgrade your computer for 5 years

 

PSU? oh the power supply its sweex gold 600W for PCI express

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Sweet rig, but for 7k I woulda changed a couple things - DFI NF4 SLI-DR mobo, fx-57 proc, gskill 4800, and PCP&C 510 SLI psu(like all pcp&c its conservatively rated - would equal 650watts to most manufacturers)

 

Good job tho - hang around and oc every part of that beast :)

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i especially did not choose athlon because of their warranty issues plus for me as not very experienced user i had all the chances to break fx-57 crystal. so it will be intel for me

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You got a 3dmark05 score yet? I'm sure those 2x7800gtx's own :drool:

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You got a 3dmark05 score yet? I'm sure those 2x7800gtx's own :drool:

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3d mark 05 score is 10064

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Wow, $7,000 for that system. No offense, I could build a better system than that and then some for less. I would use the extra cash left over to by myself a nice 24" LCD Monitor.

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with that money.. i would have bought a dule g5 power mac, with 4gb of ram, and then i would have used the rest and built a pc, and used the mac as a powerful web/game server..

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Wow, $7,000 for that system. No offense, I could build a better system than that and then some for less. I would use the extra cash left over to by myself a nice 24" LCD Monitor.

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well i posted the information you would be interested in. i also own a terratec dmx 6fire 24/96 sound card, 19"Samsung syncmaster 193P plus, AKG m 240 m headphones, DVD+/-RW NEC ND-3520A, plus koolance water cooling for $215 (part hand-built)

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well i posted the information you would be interested in.  i also own a terratec dmx 6fire 24/96 sound card, 19"Samsung syncmaster 193P plus, AKG m 240 m headphones, DVD+/-RW NEC ND-3520A, plus koolance water cooling for $215 (part hand-built)

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hmmm, never heard of that soundcard before. I would've gotten the soundblaster audigy 4 instead paired with a nice 7.1 surround sound system. Those additional items do cost some money, but I still think I could manage to build a system for less than $7,000.

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