Loc: United States
Cases really aren't that pricey - a decent one can be had for under $100, but it's nothing to look at.<br><br>When I built mine from scratch about 5 years ago, the total was a little over $1500 for everything, and it was mostly top of the line stuff at the time.<br><br>Of course, these days I can barely play BF2 on it. <br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:purple]Work With ____! </font color=purple>
Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Don't need a guestimation, $1965.<br><br>E8400, 4GB RAM, 8800 GTS, 850W power supply, 500GB drive, 24" LCD<br><br>though that's with a 24 inch montior, I might drop to a 22" and save $150 or so. Might also go with a quad core instead of dual core, which would add $100.<br><br>Of course all depends on discounts I get as I accumulate stuff. Already got the $199 case for $120, and there's about $200 of other rebates on various parts in effect now so if I figure those in, say $1700.<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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Don't need a guestimation, $1965.<br><br>-*-*-*-*-<br><br>Dang me! If it only had Macintosh on a partition or did like the Mac does with boot camp and run Macintosh too!<br><br>Sounds wonderful sgt. <br><br><br><br><br>
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