The flagship system carries over $5,000 worth of hardware, including an Intel Core i7-975 Extreme Edition, 12GB of DDR3 1333MHz RAM, dual AMD Radeon HD 5870 GPUs, a second-gen 80GB Intel X25-M, a 1.5TB WD Green, DVD and Blu-ray burners, 7.1 channel HD audio, a 910W PC Power and Cooling PSU and more.
Five grand is a bit steep for a gaming rig, but there are some cheaper -- albeit still pricey -- options. The F1X 500 and F1X 200 are $3,100 and $2,250, respectively. Although each machine is appropriately scaled down from the F1X 750, you're still going to pay more than if you just selected the hardware and assembled it yourself -- which doesn't include MainGear's "Angelic Service", of course.
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