Gaming (shooters), Photoshop, Web Design, Home Theatrics, Video Editing, and basically anything I can find use of it for!
4. How much money did you spend on the rig as it is right now?
Probably a little over $2,800.00 if you add it all up (Yikes,?I know).
5. How often do you update/buy a new rig?
I tend to update about every 6-months (this has become quite the addiction!).
6. What components are used?
Intel Core2 Quad Q9650 over clocked to 4.2GHz
BFG Geforce GTX 295 over clocked to 684/1380/2238MHz
eVGA 790i FTW Motherboard
Patriot Viper 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 @ 2000MHz
(1) 300GB VelociRaptor HDD
(1) Samsung 500GB SATA HDD
LG 6x Super Multi-BluRay/DVD Drive
Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty Pro Sound Card
Tagan 1100w PSU
Klipsch 500w ProMedia Ultra 5.1, as well as Klipsch 200w ProMedia 2.1 Speakers
Sunbeam 9 Acrylic Case
25 HANNspree 2ms-1080p LCD Monitor connected via HDMI.
7. Why ATI or NVIDIA, why Intel/AMD?
NVIDIA has always been my first choice, because of the graphics quality and performance that their products offer. I chose Intel, because of the immense cache and over clocking abilities their processors offer, not to mention with great temperatures even at speeds over 4.0GHz.
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