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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Sam, Your room is so friggin' neat! You make me sick!
    Do you mean neat as in cool, or neat as in organized? If it's the later, you wouldn't think it was neat if I opened the roll top desk or closet door. I just hide my mess well.

    I like your set up Neal. Lots of goodies on the shelf and it looks as though you have four systems running in there. How many systems do you have total and what are their specs?

    I have three total. Two in my office and and the third in my bedroom. Specs are listed under my avatar and in my sig.
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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    It's a little messing in here. My desk is old and i need some speaker stands or a longer desk.

    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Do you mean neat as in cool, or neat as in organized? If it's the later, you wouldn't think it was neat if I opened the roll top desk or closet door. I just hide my mess well.

    I like your set up Neal. Lots of goodies on the shelf and it looks as though you have four systems running in there. How many systems do you have total and what are their specs?

    I have three total. Two in my office and and the third in my bedroom. Specs are listed under my avatar and in my sig.
    Organized.

    I just got a second 2600K from Stan, so I'll have two of them now in ASRock Motherboards. I also got an FX-8350 last week for my AMD system, (Stan again) so I'll have three gamers, an old HP laptop, and my wife's Office PC.

    He also sent two SSDs and a GTX-680 too. Problem is that I have personal crap happening and can't install any of it yet.

    So the 680 in one 2600K system, two GTX-570s in the other 2600K system, and a pair of Radeon R7700s in the AMD box.
    All with 16GB of RAM in them.

    When the sons or grand kids come over, I'm ready now.

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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Cool systems Neil. I think I'm going to get a 3570k pretty soon.
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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    I'm poor too guys.
    Spend less on weed, and more on hardware

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Spend less on weed, and more on hardware
    Those days are long over.

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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Organized.

    I just got a second 2600K from Stan, so I'll have two of them now in ASRock Motherboards. I also got an FX-8350 last week for my AMD system, (Stan again) so I'll have three gamers, an old HP laptop, and my wife's Office PC.

    He also sent two SSDs and a GTX-680 too. Problem is that I have personal crap happening and can't install any of it yet.

    So the 680 in one 2600K system, two GTX-570s in the other 2600K system, and a pair of Radeon R7700s in the AMD box.
    All with 16GB of RAM in them.

    When the sons or grand kids come over, I'm ready now.
    Nice!! Those will be blazing fast systems...

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Cool systems Neil. I think I'm going to get a 3570k pretty soon.
    Nice!!! When you do.. welcome to the dark side... or as some may put it.. welcome to the light at the end of the tunnel.. lolz..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Nice!!! When you do.. welcome to the dark side... or as some may put it.. welcome to the light at the end of the tunnel.. lolz..
    A friend of mine has a brand new 3570K in an unopened box that he will sell me for $175. Do you think that's a fair price? If I get it, then I'll have to pick a motherboard and learn how to overclock the damn thing.
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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    A friend of mine has a brand new 3570K in an unopened box that he will sell me for $175. Do you think that's a fair price? If I get it, then I'll have to pick a motherboard and learn how to overclock the damn thing.
    It's $219.00 at the egg right now, so it's $44.00 below retail price and there's no shipping either.
    You'll like that CPU. I thought about getting one of them, but found awesome deals on what I ended up with, so I'm good.

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    Default Re: Lets see what you've got!

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    It's $219.00 at the egg right now, so it's $44.00 below retail price and there's no shipping either.
    You'll like that CPU. I thought about getting one of them, but found awesome deals on what I ended up with, so I'm good.
    Good thing is it's not going anywhere because he's holding it for me. I'll need to save up for a good Z77 board that matches my red and black theme. Kinda leaning toward the MSI Dragon board if it reviews well and isn't too expensive.
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