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scottish    0

dude fuck alien gear , its over rated , go and either buy shit piece by piece and for half the price you could get a better pc trust me , whats your budget ? pm me and I will help ya look for parts or even at that tell me the budget and I bet I can find a beast of a pc that is under the price but better than what your gona get

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Uriki    0

x51 its very bad for the price. DO NOT BUY IT!!!!!!!! dont buy aline ware if you really want the looks by a old alineare case of ebay.

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Toorrik    4

Alienware is like apple, you are paying for the logo. Get the same money, go to your highstreet computer store and ask them to build something.

or similar.

Go to http://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc

Follow the FAQs ect, Ask for help. Get a PC that is really worth your money.

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Guest Nath   
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As everyone else has said, build your own, if you don't know how to build your own, I think there is a good company called chill blast or something like that :)

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Toorrik    4

Also, Ammend to my last post. I know building Custom can seen like a daunting task. That's how I feel anyway. If your not comfortable with buying all the parts and then putting them together. I suggest going to a highstreet computer dealer and Give him a budget and tell him what you want, he will put it together for you for a little cost.

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Guest Tranqlotus   
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can someone answer the question please ... :)

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J0kk3    0

Well, yes! If my 3-year old laptop can record with decent fps on fraps, so can the Alienware. Doesn't mean you should buy it though.

Source: rest of thread.

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Mattbro    0

The problem with building your own is he might not know what is compatible with what, i remember my fiend bought all the good stuff then they werent compatible with his motherboard

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gr1ves    3

The problem with building your own is he might not know what is compatible with what, i remember my fiend bought all the good stuff then they werent compatible with his motherboard

Could still get a custom PC already built with much better specs and most likely cheaper than the X51.

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Guest Tranqlotus   
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krylax    0

Just build your own, simple as that. best websites: www.newegg.com

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Hofer    20

Just build your own, simple as that. best websites: www.newegg.com

What he said.

Home built computers is more bang for the buck. You get to choose each component carefully and you pay a much lower price compared to pre-built computers.

And who doesn't want a strongest possible computer for the money?

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Daryl Dixon    0

These are some really nice specs that I'm looking to get after I save up enough money:

i7 4770K Quadcore

Asus maximus VI formula C2 Motherboard

Kingston XMP Beast series 16GB (RAM)

Nvidia 660 gtx (select a model you find appropriate)

And as for hard drives I would pick up A SSD for your OS and games (around 250 GB) and a HDD for recording and storage (1TB).

To save the most money you probably should buy the parts seprately and then build it yourself.

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Juiceboxx    0

That PC is most definitely not worth the money.

Use Newegg to chose some entry level components, and send me what you picked for under your budget and I can help you further :P

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Guest rexy123   
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This is what i've came up with, its $971 dollars (Including windows 7 ultimate 64bit) and about $800 without windows 7 ultimate.

You can find it here:

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28WQe

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mantispro13    0

Best thing to do in my opinion is to build your own.

I am building myself one in January and own builds are a lot cheaper then branded PCs, and you gte to easily upgrade them.

Hope this helps :)

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Guest Astycc   
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This is what i've came up with, its $971 dollars (Including windows 7 ultimate 64bit) and about $800 without windows 7 ultimate.

You can find it here:

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28WQe

That case doesn't have too good of an air-flow, and the GPU is not too great.

I would always go intel anyway!

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Guest rexy123   
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This is what i've came up with, its $971 dollars (Including windows 7 ultimate 64bit) and about $800 without windows 7 ultimate.

You can find it here:

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28WQe

That case doesn't have too good of an air-flow, and the GPU is not too great.

I would always go intel anyway!

Intel is way over priced, and that GPU is alot better than others of its price.

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Guest Astycc   
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This is what i've came up with, its $971 dollars (Including windows 7 ultimate 64bit) and about $800 without windows 7 ultimate.

You can find it here:

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28WQe

That case doesn't have too good of an air-flow, and the GPU is not too great.

I would always go intel anyway!

Intel is way over priced, and that GPU is alot better than others of its price.

This is overpriced? pff..

The one I posted is my PC, and it could easily outpower any AMD of its price.

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Guest rexy123   
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That case doesn't have too good of an air-flow, and the GPU is not too great.

I would always go intel anyway!

Intel is way over priced, and that GPU is alot better than others of its price.

This is overpriced? pff..

The one I posted is my PC, and it could easily outpower any AMD of its price.

He said $700 to $1000 (dollars if you can't read) not pounds, your build is in pounds........


That case doesn't have too good of an air-flow, and the GPU is not too great.

I would always go intel anyway!

Intel is way over priced, and that GPU is alot better than others of its price.

This is overpriced? pff..

The one I posted is my PC, and it could easily outpower any AMD of its price.

And you don't even realize this:

Patriot Viper II ‘Sector 7’ Edition 12GB (3 x 4GB) DDR3-2000 Memory operating voltage of 1.65V exceeds the Intel Haswell CPU recommended maximum of 1.5V+5% (1.575V). This memory module may run at a reduced clock rate to meet the 1.5V voltage recommendation, or may require running at a voltage greater than the Intel recommended maximum.

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