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Holy PC prices Batman!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Computing' started by Opus2000, Apr 20, 2002.

  1. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Check this out guys....
    AsusP4B266, P4 1.6a, 512MB PC2100 Kingston, Matrox G550 Dual AGP, Promise ATA100 Raid,
    Plextor IDE 12x10x32, (1)Maxtor 20GB ATA133 7200 for OS and Apps, (4) Maxtor 40GB ATA133 7200 for RAID, MWAVE RMC4S 4U (BLACK) CHASSIS W/300W POWER SUPPLY 3x5.25" 1x3.5" OR 4x3.5"(hidden) http://direct.mwave.com/mwave/doc/a02564.html

    and a floppy drive too....

    all for $1,309.25....this is without tax of course and the 5 dollar will call fee(at least for me since they are 30 minutes away from me!!!)

    WOW!!!! At that price you can accomplish anything with that PC!!!! What a bargain!!!!!
    Let me know what you guys think!
    Opus
     
  2. Tommy P.

    Tommy P. Well-Known Member

    Thats about the best anyone could do from a reputable supplier. A PC Power and Cooling P/S would sweeeten it a bit. ;) Its amazing though, that what was considered a budget price point for a bare bone Celeron system, not too long ago, is now buying a five hard drive, RAID smokin, P4 workaholic workstation. :cool:
     
  3. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Pretty much...I was thinking of swithcing out the PSU for an Enermax but to be honest the PSU that comes with those cases are pretty damn quiet as is and are nice as well...forget the model of the PSU..Jetoney can testify that the PSU that comes with that case is indeed quieter than the Enermax believe it or not!!
    If all goes well I think I might be getting this system within a month...the new and improved Anus I'll be calling it!!! :D
     
  4. Nick Driver

    Nick Driver Guest

    Isn't 300W a bit wimpy for a power supply considering all those drives that'll be feeding off it, plus we've kinda got a sneakin' suspicion that you might be thinking about attempting to overclock it too?

    I'd want at least around 400W if I was gonna hang 5 hard drives plus a CD burner off of it.

    Antec has a new line of PS's out called the "True" series, looks like they intend to compete with Enermax. The specs of the True430 look pretty good, and it has two fans in it. The Antec PLUS1080 full tower case comes with one included... a very nice looking case.
     
  5. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Ya know Nick...damn good point! Sometimes I get the itchy trigger finger! lol
    I'm sure that an extra 60 some odd smackaroos wont be such a bad thing considering the overall price of the system as is!!!
    400-450Watt PSU coming up!! :D
    Opus
     
  6. Tommy P.

    Tommy P. Well-Known Member

    Here's neweggs recent prices excluding shipping and tax:

    Asus P4B266 $145
    P4 1.6a $130
    (1)512 Mushkin $149
    (1)Maxtor 40GB 7200 "L" $82
    (4)Maxtor 60GB 7200 "L" 4@100= $400
    Matrox G550 $91
    floppy $9
    Plextor 24x10x40 $113
    Promise TX2000 ATA133 RAID $90
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    $1209
    Not including case and supply.
    Without RAID card and three extra drives = $819.

    From Tiger Direct:
    I just bought two of these 17" Trinitrons in black(they only have white left) IBM P77 recertified
    Heres 19" IBM P96 Trinitron

    I recently carried my ANUS to a jam session with one 17" monitor. Time to get a laptop ANUS! ;)
     
  7. Nick Driver

    Nick Driver Guest

    Naw... you just need to build one of these units. And get an LCD monitor.
     

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