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    That's what SSD's are for. Boot times are FAST!

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    I did my build for fun and as a learning experience; I don't actively keep it current but I keep up with the industry and it's cool stuff. I also play CS:S, Battlefield BC2, used to play Left 4 Dead, and of course hardcore word processing.
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    ^ That's great! I built my new rig to handle all next gen tech coming soon.

    Let me know if you need help with a new build or any type of extreme set ups I can always send some help your way. I do this for fun

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    that RAT mouse is so cool! is it cheaper to build or just buy pre configured from companies?

    Always wanted to build something small and cool similar to a mac mini
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrackerXL View Post
    that RAT mouse is so cool! is it cheaper to build or just buy pre configured from companies?

    Always wanted to build something small and cool similar to a mac mini
    It's cheaper to build. You get exactly what you want, minus all the BS fluff that computer companies throw in. Straight to the point when you have your own built.

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    If you have money to blow and just want a cool setup with no worries, particularly with complex water cooling, a prebuilt system from a reputable source is a great option. People who build them and continuously modify them hold it as a hobby; it's all about tinkering and taking in the cool sight of a custom rig. And if you shop deals, you can build a monster on the cheap.
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    Also, machines that you build yourself tend to have higher quality components. For example, a Seasonic psu instead of a generic "XXX Watt PSU" unit listed in a product description.
    If you're interested in doing it someday, here's a guide that I wrote about a year ago: http://www.overclock.net/a/what-goes-inside-a-computer
    It just explains some of the basics about what's inside a PC.
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    This is all Alien talk to me.

    I just buy Macbook Pro's and add stuff to them at the store when I order them.
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    My current specs from PerformanceTest 8

    CPU Type: Intel Core i7-3930K @ 3.20GHz
    Motherboard: RAMPAGE IV EXTREME
    Memory: 64GB Corsair DDR3 SDRAM
    Videocard: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670
    Hard Drive: ATA Samsung SSD 840 SCSI Disk Device (512GB)
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    My PC Specs:

    8 GB G-SKILL Heatsink RAM
    Intel i7 3.7 GHz Processor
    1 TB WD HDD
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 670ti Graphics Card
    Cooler Master Elite 430 CPU Case

    Bought last year for gaming, don't know if still good enough for gaming purposes, have little time to play these days anyway.

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