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Old 06-22-2010, 06:32 PM   #1
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Cost over $3,500 to build and paint. This machine is insane!
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Core temp never goes above 30 degree's on all 4 threads. Comes with 4 thermal take blue l.e.d 120mm fan's. $2,200 + Shipping is $200.00 ($2,400)











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Old 06-23-2010, 01:13 AM   #2
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This is the (First) custom PC liquid cooled that has the (same paint code as a STI). I'm sure you will see others after you see this forum listing, Just know that I have built this by hand and every piece is professionally installed. I'm Microsoft certified. No comment's? I'm surprised.. If you cannot afford it so what! Spill your guts and speak your mind about what you like about my build (Pictures included) and how badly you want it! Let the comments begin. I've been waiting way to long for someone to post a reply..

Price may be negotiable for system. Shipping is perfectly calculated.
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Old 06-23-2010, 05:58 AM   #3
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you want a comment, how the **** can you charge 200 bucks to ship this thing.
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Old 06-23-2010, 09:54 AM   #4
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Not into PC's but it looks cool!
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Old 06-23-2010, 01:56 PM   #5
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you want a comment, how the **** can you charge 200 bucks to ship this thing.
Because it weighs about 60 pounds. Go on any shipping web site look at the picture of my pc and calculate the dimensions and add the weight!! $200 Dollars beavis
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Old 06-23-2010, 01:57 PM   #6
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Old 06-23-2010, 05:30 PM   #7
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i just shipped a fmic from ca to ct ... $100 for 120 lbs, and materials/packing supplies another $25 ....... (just to give you an idea)




oh and nice pc, lmk if u wanna do a "part out"
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Old 06-23-2010, 05:58 PM   #8
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what the hell is that case made out of that it weighs 60 lbs? titanium? nice system though
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:42 PM   #9
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This system doors are made out of aluminum the case is made out of metal. To ship ups store or any other shipper would have to build a custom box and then all the wrapping supply's will cost you $100 and shipping is $100 to any where in the USA plus insurance. This system is hdmi and dvi only.

Ya your a real funny guy thinking I would part this system out. If I did part it out to you I'm pretty sure you wouldn't even know how to put the system components back together
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:45 PM   #10
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what the hell is that case made out of that it weighs 60 lbs? titanium? nice system though
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Old 06-23-2010, 10:47 PM   #11
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I could put it back together w/ my eyes closed if you parted it out, OC it, and swap that tiny cooling system for a nice swiftech setup.

decent system btw. but I fail to see exactly how it cost $3500 to build. Unless it was built a while ago? I've been building systems since the dotcom crash

On the shipping, I've shipped 4 wheels w/ tires cross country for about 200. Seems high for a gaming system.

Good luck either way

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Old 06-24-2010, 02:13 AM   #12
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I could put it back together w/ my eyes closed if you parted it out, OC it, and swap that tiny cooling system for a nice swiftech setup.

decent system btw. but I fail to see exactly how it cost $3500 to build. Unless it was built a while ago? I've been building systems since the dotcom crash

On the shipping, I've shipped 4 wheels w/ tires cross country for about 200. Seems high for a gaming system.

Good luck either way
This tiny cooling system is one of the best. It might not be the prettiest or have the clear tubes with the liquid cooling solution being visible to the naked eye. This H50 cooler rocks, It keeps temps below 30 on all four threads under load! If you haven't used one as you stated have been making and building computers since the dotcom days then you have no idea how great this liquid cooler really is.
Preparation of plastic is different then the metal on your car, You have to prep it perfectly, I also forgot to mention the boarders that go around both sides of this case are plastic. You have to shoot a base coat on all the materials Aluminum, Plastic, Metal in order to shoot the final tri coat paint, After painting and letting the paint dry you have to wet sand and buff any dirt or surface debris that has collected onto the paint, After that is done you have to clear coat the paint job, Then AFTER that you have to wet sand and buff it for a final stage! There is so much time and effort into this paint job and the build was nothing more then a success! We could go on for days talking about how I could wire tuck the power supply wire access or how I could have mounted the hard drives differently. In the end of all this discussion my computer was made for hardcore gaming and the outside is a real piece of art, Just look at the pictures. I mean come on you guys when have you ever seen a computer case that is painted the same paint code as a real STI? There is not one flaw on this professional paint job nor would I let there be in my build. This system can do anything when it comes to super high performance, The best of the best. That's why I built it not to AGAIN mention it looks BAD @$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You can spend $5,000 dollars on a system easily. This setup was very expensive (Well worth the money) It is a piece of art and will smoke any game out there. You can put any game at 1920x1080 res with vertical sync on and it wont even touch this system. Not to forget the two front 120mm fans are blowing air directly onto the 3 hard drives right behind them. the 120mm fan in the middle bottom of this case is blowing straight up and the liquid cooler 120mm fan is blowing towards the front of the case, The top of the case have 2 120mm fans that are (empty) therefore giving access to all or any heat from the motherboard or graphics card right out the top of the case! HEAT GET OUT OF MY CASE NOW!

Shipping: A couple of you seem to sound as if I'm trying to rip the buyer off? I took the dimensions up to UPS and calculated everything. A custom box has to be built in order to ship, packing and materials not included.. You do have to pay for them... I'm not going to repeat myself again. If this system doesn't sell then I'll just keep it no Biggy.
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I could put it back together w/ my eyes closed if you parted it out, OC it, and swap that tiny cooling system for a nice swiftech setup.

decent system btw. but I fail to see exactly how it cost $3500 to build. Unless it was built a while ago? I've been building systems since the dotcom crash

On the shipping, I've shipped 4 wheels w/ tires cross country for about 200. Seems high for a gaming system.

Good luck either way
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glws, now if you'll excuse me im gonna go surf teh web w/ my e machines i bought from walmart
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Old 06-24-2010, 10:30 AM   #14
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GG comp, just built my computer with almost the same parts. Where did you buy your parts? I didnt pay nearly that amout >.>
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:17 AM   #15
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Wait.....it's an SLi capable mobo, but you have an ATi card in there? Why not get a board that's Crossfire ready? ASUS ftw.

I'm using an older Cosmos case and I love it. I will vouche for this thing weighing an effing ton....when my friends first see the case, they can't believe how big it is (that's what she said). I tell them to lift it and they totally don't expect it to be the porker it is.

Good build overall. Didn't know Corsair had a liquid cooling system out. I might have to start piecing together another build soon....
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Old 06-24-2010, 04:18 PM   #16
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This is a beast of a machine. You are better of just keeping this thing because the cost to build is nowhere near what you will get for it. That being said the price is this computer seems high though.( i will price check it all and get back to this thread)

I dont know why you would toss a crossfire card in a sli board. Solid machine but for 2k it better be already crossfired and its not. Solid computer here, good luck with getting a decent value for it.
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Old 06-24-2010, 04:24 PM   #17
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Wait.....it's an SLi capable mobo, but you have an ATi card in there? Why not get a board that's Crossfire ready? ASUS ftw.

I'm using an older Cosmos case and I love it. I will vouche for this thing weighing an effing ton....when my friends first see the case, they can't believe how big it is (that's what she said). I tell them to lift it and they totally don't expect it to be the porker it is.

Good build overall. Didn't know Corsair had a liquid cooling system out. I might have to start piecing together another build soon....
I have the ATI setup because the new 480's did not hit the shelf's at the time I was doing my build. The 5850 is a really good card I've had no tearing or slow down with it. I know ATI has to keep building good cards because Nvidia is the best (imo) and easiest desktop programing to edit and use your settings for games. ATI is more difficult to use. Of course that's what she said because this is the biggest case I've built besides one I did a while back and sold that, It was the Cooler master HAF case. Thanks for putting your input in about the weight. This case looks small and lightweight but dude you can pop a sack ball picking this beast up!
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Old 06-24-2010, 04:29 PM   #18
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This is a beast of a machine. You are better of just keeping this thing because the cost to build is nowhere near what you will get for it. That being said the price is this computer seems high though.( i will price check it all and get back to this thread)

I dont know why you would toss a crossfire card in a sli board. Solid machine but for 2k it better be already crossfire and its not. Solid computer here, good luck with getting a decent value for it.
I was thinking if I don't sell it then I will replace the motherboard with the EVGA P55 Classified 200 MB. Just going all out. Cost a couple more hundred it would be well worth it. Like I was saying I wanted a 480 and they were not out yet so I bought the 5850 just to toy with for now and its a freaking awesome card!
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Its a nice machine though, just ran a quick price check and the price is fair.
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Its a nice machine though, just ran a quick price check and the price is fair.
Thanks, Its like everyone doesn't believe me when it comes to pricing. (They see $2,400) probably thinking hey I could build my own set up for less or even the same exact amount. (True) But you are not going to have a case this custom. The ideal behind selling it is to sell it to someone who necessarily doesn't know how to build a system or even get one running for that matter. The case is a extra bonus valve in my eyes. If I seen this computer and i had $2,400 bucks dude no questions asked I would buy it. This is a fair deal all the way and everything is new. Like R3ckless stated (Its a nice machine)

All comments are welcome. Unless your here to smack talk my build then you can go somewhere else with your non sense cause we don't want to hear it.
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Thanks, Its like everyone doesn't believe me when it comes to pricing. (They see $2,400) probably thinking hey I could build my own set up for less or even the same exact amount. (True) But you are not going to have a case this custom. The ideal behind selling it is to sell it to someone who necessarily doesn't know how to build a system or even get one running for that matter. The case is a extra bonus valve in my eyes. If I seen this computer and i had $2,400 bucks dude no questions asked I would buy it. This is a fair deal all the way and everything is new. Like R3ckless stated (Its a nice machine)

All comments are welcome. Unless your here to smack talk my build then you can go somewhere else with your non sense cause we don't want to hear it.
If I can't smack talk your computer, then i'm going to have to attack your use of the parenthesis. You use em' out of context :P. Just kidding, sick comp.
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Old 06-27-2010, 07:56 PM   #22
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Nice comp. Similar to mine, but i really think you got ripped bud. Spent 1400 on mine and its got more, except the liquid cooling. My case stays very cool though with a bunch of fans. Almost the same fan set up but i have two more big boy fans.
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Liquid cooling ends up taking you for a ride on the failboat sooner or later. not worth the hassle unless you live in a house that stays 110F all day. and WOW on the price...no extreme core proc, 36gb raptors? my non-gamer has 2x74gbs... 6gb ram is less than those video cards you are running, but the case is very nice...I honestly could build this for 1400 or so, maybe less. Plastic on this case is harder to paint than the metal on my car? Hmm... there is plenty of plastic on cars dude. You spent to much, and it was a 75% depreciation. GLWS.
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^^In his defense, his processor is awesome. He doesn't need the extreme edition. Its overkill. And if he wanted to, he could safely overclock the balls out of it. But once again, overkill.
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If I can't smack talk your computer, then i'm going to have to attack your use of the parenthesis. You use em' out of context :P. Just kidding, sick comp.
Haha now that's the attitude I'm talking about! Thanks man
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