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    Someone rate my shit build.
    Monitor: 24" Acer (Because my desk isn't big enough for anything else)
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    I think mine is one of the best one here.
    But definitely not the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post


    My bad I've forgotten to add the RAM to cart so add $90. And no Alienware keyboards on newegg so I left that out. Add them all to your cart.

    CPU=$125
    MOBO=$115
    RAM=$90
    GPU1=$75
    GPU2=$75
    HDD=$150
    SSD=$140
    Mouse=$85
    Headset=$128
    Monitor=$180

    Total=$1163

    All from newegg. You can get most parts far cheaper from other places.

    You also never included your case or psu.
    CPU- 125.00
    Mobo-115.00
    Ram-90.00
    Graphics Cards: Couldn't find any new ones in stock, they are selling used ones from 110-150 on Amazon. But lets say I got them dirt cheap, $200.
    HDD-$150.00
    Mouse- 60.00
    Keyboard-90.00
    Case- 90.00
    PSU- 170.00 (On sale)
    Headset-128.00 (On Sale)
    Monitor- 150.00 (On sale 42% off!!)

    Total== $1360

    So including some crazy sales, and assuming I could get my Graphics cards for 100 a piece instead of 110-190. And NOT including the RAT or SSD (the newer pieces). The final price no tax, shipping or OS, and cyber monday/week sales included is: 1368. So 3 years later the price of the build is around 1.4k almost 50% over budget....

    And if you are trying to say you could scavenge around for pieces, well, 1. I don't buy off non-reputable looking sites or eBay. and 2. I have included the crazy sales for this week with some products almost 50% off average price... so any money you would have saved by looking around is balanced, and to be honest you are saving a lot more money with the holiday/cyber week deals then you would by looking around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobowardere View Post


    CPU- 125.00
    Mobo-115.00
    Ram-90.00
    Graphics Cards: Couldn't find any new ones in stock, they are selling used ones from 110-150 on Amazon. But lets say I got them dirt cheap, $200.
    HDD-$150.00
    Mouse- 60.00
    Keyboard-90.00
    Case- 90.00
    PSU- 170.00 (On sale)
    Headset-128.00 (On Sale)
    Monitor- 150.00 (On sale 42% off!!)

    Total== $1360

    So including some crazy sales, and assuming I could get my Graphics cards for 100 a piece instead of 110-190. And NOT including the RAT or SSD (the newer pieces). The final price no tax, shipping or OS, and cyber monday/week sales included is: 1368. So 3 years later the price of the build is around 1.4k almost 50% over budget....

    And if you are trying to say you could scavenge around for pieces, well, 1. I don't buy off non-reputable looking sites or eBay. and 2. I have included the crazy sales for this week with some products almost 50% off average price... so any money you would have saved by looking around is balanced, and to be honest you are saving a lot more money with the holiday/cyber week deals then you would by looking around.
    That's assuming that there are no sales anywhere else other then Newegg, TigerDirect and so on. And what kind of PSU cost you $170? Also graphic cards are $75 a pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post


    That's assuming that there are no sales anywhere else other then Newegg, TigerDirect and so on. And what kind of PSU cost you $170? Also graphic cards are $75 a pop.
    PSU: Cooler Master Silent Pro M1000, 1000 watt

    I also couldn't find any new 4870 xxx on any site, they are all out of stock, Amazon is selling used for 110.00 though

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    Processor 16-core 64-bit AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors; up to 192 per cabinet
    64k L1 instruction cache, 64k L1 data cache, 512 KB L2 cache per processor core, 12 MB shared L3 cache
    Memory 32 GB or 64 GB registered ECC DDR3 SDRAM per compute node
    Memory Bandwidth: 85.3 GB/s per compute node
    Compute Cabinet Cores: 1,536 or 2,304 processor cores per system cabinet
    Peak Performance: 12.2 to 20.2 teraflops per system cabinet
    Interconnect 1 Gemini routing and communications ASIC per two compute nodes
    48 switch ports per Gemini chip (160 GB/s switching capacity per chip)
    3-D (XE6) or 2-D (XE6m) torus interconnect
    System Administration Cray System Management workstation
    Graphical and command line system administration
    Single-system view for system administration
    System software rollback capability
    Reliability Features (Hardware) Cray Hardware Supervisory System (HSS) with independent 100 Mb/s management fabric between all system blades and cabinet-level controllers
    Full ECC protection of all packet traffic in the Gemini network
    Redundant power supplies; redundant voltage regulator modules
    Redundant paths to all system RAID
    Variable-speed axial turbofan with integrated pressure and temperature sensors (XT6)
    Warm-swap compute blades (XT6m)
    Reliability Features (Software) HSS system monitors operation of all operating system kernels
    Lustre file system object storage target failover; Lustre metadata server failover
    Software failover for critical system services including system database, system logger, and batch subsystems
    NodeKARE (Node Knowledge and Reconfiguration)
    Operating System Cray Linux Environment (components include SUSE Linux SLES11, HSS and SMW software)
    Extreme Scalability Mode (ESM) and Cluster Compatibility Mode (CCM)
    Compilers, Libraries & Tools PGI compilers, Cray Compiler Environment, PathScale
    Support for Fortran 77, 90, 95; C/C++, UPC, Co-Array Fortran
    MPI 2.0, Cray SHMEM, other standard MPI libraries using CCM
    Cray Apprentice, Cray PAT and Cray Compiler included with systems
    Job Management PBS Professional job management system
    Moab Adaptive Computing Suite job management system
    Platform LSF job management system
    External I/O Interface InfiniBand, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel (FC) and Ethernet
    Disk Storage Full line of FC-attached disk arrays with support for FC and SATA disk drives
    Parallel File System Lustre, Data Virtualization Service allows support for NFS, external Lustre and other file systems
    Power 45-54.1 kW (45.9 - 55.2 kVA) per cabinet, depending on configuration
    Circuit requirements: three-phase wye, 100 AMP at 480/277 and 125 AMP at 400/230 (three-phase, neutral and ground)
    Cooling Air-cooled, air flow: 3,000 cfm (1.41 m3/s); intake: bottom; exhaust: top
    Optional ECOphlex liquid cooling
    Dimensions (Cabinet) H 93 in. (2,362 mm) x W 22.50 in. (572 mm) x D 56.75 in. (1,441 mm)
    Weight (Maximum) 1,600 lbs. per cabinet (725 kg) air cooled; 2,000 lbs. per cabinet (907 kg) liquid cooled
    Regulatory Compliance UL 60950-1, CAN/CSA - C 22.2 No. 60950-1, CE-mark, RoHS, WEEE
    Safety FCC Class A, VCCI Class A, ICES-003, EN 50022:2006 Class A, AS/NZS CISPR 22:2006, EN 55024: 1998 +A1:2001 +A2:2003

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