Windows 10: [Competition] Most expensive PC

  1.    28 Jun 2016 #1

    [Competition] Most expensive PC


    This one is just for fun XD

    Try to build the most expensive PC using PCPartPicker

    Rules: None
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  3.    02 Jul 2016 #3

    And what exactly is the challenge here? Just take the most expensive parts, add them to your selection and there you are. Does not make any sense to me. And if someone beats you just strike back by adding another SSD...
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  4.    05 Jul 2016 #4

    Meh, once you jump to Xeons you kinda take all the fun out of the competition. I would've only gone up to a i7k system with two SLI 1080s and a M.2 PCI SSD.
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  5.    06 Jul 2016 #5

    Should I make a rule where you cannot use Xeons? Or no?
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       14 Aug 2016 #6

    Adding 3 6TB HDD is enough to get the price up to $44537.41, no reliable upgrades possible because the PSU wouldn't be able to support it.
    Xeon E5-2699 V3 2.3GHz 18-Core OEM/Tray, Quadro M6000 12GB (3-Way SLI), TJ07B-W-USB3.0 (Black) ATX Full Tower - System Build - PCPartPicker

    The problem with this 'competition' is that you immediately almost go to the limit of most expensive build by having no rules.

    What you want could be an idea, only you need to add proper rules that make this fun.
    If no rules are added, components could be 'modded to push the limits to a higher limit' or other things could be done to break the record. Example, I 'mod 2 PSUs to get more possibilities', this way I can add a lot more hard drives to break the record of most expensive. As there is no rules I could easily say this, even when it may not be possible.

    If you want a competition 'most expensive pc', you need to make proper rules.
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