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overclock the i7 3820 from 4.1 to 4.2GHz (the 4.1 OC is included in original price). I didn't know changing one setting in the BIOS was $150 worth of labor, haha! And to go from a 3820 to a 3930k at the same clock speed is $650! What the hell!!! The price difference between these two chips on newegg is only $270!

Really? A socket 2011 chip with a video card that is probably worth under $100 (I had never even heard of a GTX 555)? Why wouldn't they choose a core i5 and a better video card like the Radeon 7870 Omega Seamaster 120 Calypso

manufacturers always pair an overpowered cpu with such horribly underpowered GPU's? For example I was just checking out alienware's site and the default configuration for a $1500 Omega Constellation Silver PC has an i7 3820 and a GTX 555 1GB.

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And the "upgrade" prices are even more laughable. In order to add a second GTX 555 in SLI its +$250 extra. It costs $150 for them to overclock the i7 3820 from 4.1 to 4.2GHz (the 4.1 OC is included in original price). I didn't know changing one setting in the BIOS was $150 worth of labor, haha! And to go from a 3820 to a 3930k at the same clock speed is $650! What the hell!!! The price difference between these two chips on newegg is only $270!

that would play games much much better for the same price?

Really? A socket 2011 chip with a video card that is probably worth under $100 (I had never even heard of a GTX 555)? Why wouldn't they choose a core i5 and a better video card like the Radeon 7870 that would play games much much better for the same price?

well Apple is pretty successful. magic mouse? ahahahahahahahaha It's like I'm watching some kind of parody. it's like idiocracy!

How can they expect anyone to be dumb enough to pay these prices?

With alienware, you pay for the fancy case and brand name. They are pretty much the macs of the windows world. Have to admit, alienfx look awesome even if their cases have no airflow. The hexacore processor because I guess most (not tech savvy) people think the processor is the most important thing for gaming. Also they don't include an option for a gtx 670 and make you pay the full retail price of a 680 to upgrade from a 555. In the end, you are paying for super elite sniper gamer type advertising, not the actual computer.

plants need electrolytes, they don't need water! water's from the toilet right? that, electrolytes are best for everyone!Obviously alienware computers are overpriced and inferior to a custom built pc, but why do they like so many other prebuilt "gaming" manufacturers always pair an overpowered cpu with such horribly underpowered GPU's? For example I was just checking out alienware's site and the default configuration for a $1500 PC has an i7 3820 and a GTX 555 1GB.

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Obviously alienware computers are overpriced and inferior to a custom built pc, but why do they like so many other prebuilt "gaming" Omega Speedmaster On Leather Nato

And the "upgrade" prices are even more laughable. In order to add a second GTX 555 in SLI its +$250 extra. It costs $150 for them to Omega Speedmaster Michael Schumacher Limited Edition 2002

How can they expect anyone to be dumb enough to pay these prices?

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