Skylake-Based System Builder Sweepstakes

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AzatiPrime

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It would be nice if the PSU model was included on these builds. Also CyberPower lists a RM1000i while a CS850M is pictured.
 

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I find it puzzling that in a fancy showcase such as this that several boutiques chose to show systems with DDR4-2133 memory when the modest difference in price for a DDR4-3000+ is obviously not a major concern for the build ($3k-7.5k). To me that's like showcasing a Lamborghini Aventador with Chinese Geostar tires rated "N" for up to 87 MPH. You can't even time travel with those tires!
 

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I really love the falcon northwest system design, second would be the ava direct for the awesome glowy hard piped water cooling and third would be the origin PC, great shape.
 
Obviously these build are overkill, but there are things about them all that I liked. Hard to pick just three, but I chose AVADirect for it's clean look(wish the Ram was faster though), Digital Storm for it's all around look, hardware, and overclock, and finally the Xotic PC entry for aesthetics(wish the SSD was larger).
 

iam2thecrowe

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All of the systems are just way too overpriced/spec'd if you ask me. Yes it would be fun to own these systems, but who has this kind of $ for these builds, the 1%'ers???
According to your statistics 1 in 100 people have the $ for these builds, thats still quite a lot of people.
 

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I like 6 - 7 and 12 the most.. the other case and set ups are great looking too..
I don't overclock much.. when I do I like to stay stable when overclocked.. and
they look awesome...
 

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I like the Digital Storm system...Just because I like the look. Any of them would smoke my current PC.
 
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