[citation][nom]soo-nah-mee[/nom]"As much as we love our PC gaming rigs, we know that to get the most variety of good gaming these days, you're going to need a console."Shameful to utter such words.[/citation]
Shameful, but it's true. The PC has gotten the shaft for years. Starcraft 2 sold really well, so I'm hoping more developers will make good PC games.
Actually, a pair of the CPUs will set you back 3500+, the motherboard 600, the memory another 1500 depending on what they use, the hard drives another 1000* depending on what they use, the waterblocks another 500 or so, the grahpics cards another 2500+, plus the case and customizing. So I think cost-wise for just the parts will be around 10,000k+ if you were building yourself. They do that plus overclock it for you. Sure, for the person who knows how to do this they can save maybe 5k but all in all it is not what a lot of these comments make it out to be (for those that are saying it's about 3k in components!)
Anyone else think this might be a waste of resources?
Lets see if it has a xbox 360 built in then odds are it will be hooked up to a HDTV which means a 1080p top resolution. You certainly dont need quad or dual 480's to play at 1080p resolution by any means. In fact you could get away with somthing like a 460 or 5830.
Just making the point of why put a xbox 360 in a rig so powerful?