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Custom Gaming System - XClio Case/Intel QX9650/9800 GTX

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    Posted: 16 May 2008 at 1:37pm

Custom Gaming System - XClio Case/Intel QX9650/9800 GTX

Some customers have a vision into what the most beautiful should look like.  They select the options on our website and we start to build it.  We then realize just how awesome a computer some of these systems really are.  This system was chosen and configured by an actual customer and we are displaying it here for your viewing pleasure.

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This customer either really likes to keep his system cool or he wants to add some wings to his case so it can fly.  Either way, this is one of more interesting cases that has passed through our doors.  The XCLIO case features two huge 250mm fans for extreme airflow.  It also features fan controls right on the case so that you can control the speed and noise levels of the fans at any time.  The customer also opted to install a normal sized 120mm fan at the back of the case for optimal airflow.  Enough about the case, it is the insides that count.

 

The first thing you will notice is the very large ASUS CPU cooler.  That massive chunk of metal is covering something very fast and exciting which is the Intel QX9650 running at 3.0 GHz.  That chip is easily able to reach some some massive overclocks.  With the addition of very fast DDR3 1600 MHz ram capable of 2000 MHz OC, this system will literally fly when everything is overclocked correctly.  Two hard drives as usual for a system like this, a fast WD Raptor for quick OS and program access and huge 1 TB drive for data, songs, and videos.  A very large PSU finishes the system and I am thinking that the customer may add another 9800 in SLI to take full advantage of the board and PSU.

 

Here are the complete specs for all of you look over.

 

System Performance:

13913 3DMarks

Case:

XCLIO, XClio A380 Black Full Tower Case

Processor:

INTEL, Core™ 2 Extreme QX9650 Quad-Core, 3.00GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 12MB L2 Cache

Motherboard:

XFX, MB-N790-IUL9, LGA775, nForce 790i Ultra SLI, 1600MHz FSB, DDR3-2000

Video Card:

XFX, GeForce® 9800 GTX 675MHz, 512MB GDDR3 2200MHz

Memory:

CORSAIR, 4GB (2 x 2GB) XMS3 DHX PC3-10666 DDR3 1333MHz CL9 (9-9-9-24)

Hard Drive:

WESTERN DIGITAL, 150GB WD Raptor®, SATA 150MB/s, 10000 RPM, 16MB cache

HITACHI, 1TB DeskStar® 7K1000, SATA II 3Gb/s, 7200 RPM, 32MB cache

Optical Drive:

LITE-ON, DH-16D2S-04 Black 16x48x DVD-ROM Drive

LITE-ON, LH-20A1L Black/Beige 20x DVD±RW Dual-Layer Burner w/ LightScribe

Cooling:

ASUS, Triton 79 Amazing CPU Cooler

CoolerMaster 120mm Clear Case Fan, Blue LED

Power Supply:

OCZ, GameXStream 1010W Power Supply

Operating System:

MICROSOFT, Windows Vista Home Premium Edition 64-bit

Other Options:

 

 

Want to config a system just like this?  Click the link below to go to our system page that was used for this build and select the options to match this system.
GAMING PC, Skulltrail Extreme Dual Quad-Core SLI / Crossfire Gaming System:  http://www.avadirect.com/product_details_configurator.asp?PRID=10405


Edited by MattSlagle - 13 Jun 2008 at 1:45pm
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