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Old 23-11-10, 05:05 PM
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Yep you can even get a 4 year warranty for free and a 10% discount haha. A well cooled superfast system all on a 4 year warranty... it looks like what I'd see from a self build but when something goes wrong there is one warranty on the whole thing. Sub zero , buying this takes the fun out of the achievement a little.

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Old 23-11-10, 08:16 PM
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tri sli on the 580's someones not told them 3 cards suck poo
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Old 23-11-10, 09:17 PM
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folding tho mmmmmmmmm
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Old 23-11-10, 11:47 PM
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Tri-SLI with 580's makes for one maaaaaaaaaasive epeen as well. I'm talking balls in a wheelbarrow epeen.



The system looks very nicely put together. I'd rather do it myself, but there are people out there who just want the best and don't know how or don't want to put the effort in. I'd love to see one of these systems in person.
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Old 24-11-10, 12:05 AM
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Agree with you hmmblah I'd love to see one and then do something similar myself, more satisfying... Well you can do quad SLI GTX 580's actually it seems haha so methinks gonna need a wheelbarrow for each epeen ball with that! Game, Folding and reading you a story with power left over to organise your life..
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Old 18-12-10, 11:15 PM
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thats nothing i can run my 920 at 4.6 on air

just cant open any program with fear of distorying half the isle of wight when it blows up
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..... distorying half the isle of wight when it blows up
No one would notice
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just cant open any program with fear of distorying half the isle of wight when it blows up
it would only be around £50 worth of damage anyways
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Old 18-12-10, 11:27 PM
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No one would notice
you will when i tell you TTL is included in that half

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it would only be around £50 worth of damage anyways
no thats if i blow up the whole isle of wight
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