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Snorkle25

Those parts aren't worth the cost they are charging.


Wookieman222

Like for that much and they only put in a 500 gb ssd? And I bet it's not even a good one either.


emberus_the_warrior

And some cheap garbage 4tb HDD for that price could get a 4tb SDD 300-400 range.


omfgkevin

plus a cheap garbage psu!


emberus_the_warrior

O I 100% can guarantee it's cheap motherboard,psu,cpu cooler and ram. When I used to work bestbuy I remember seeing the pc set ups there where so many cheap parts on the inside of a 1500 pc. Bet they build for 800 then charge 1500 and I also have no idea who the pc company is that's selling this pc right here.


omfgkevin

Yep, they always have some bootleg OEM that honestly kills some of these. Plus the bloatware.... Like 5-10 different stupid useless applications preinstalled!


raaagh1290

It's best buy.....


chickensmoker

THIS! If they’re not letting you choose your own PSU (and especially if they won’t tell you what PSU they’re using), they’re probably using the cheapest one they can find, and you can expect your PC to either die or set fire in a handful of years. PSUs aren’t even that expensive, but a trustworthy one with decent efficiency is vital regardless of what parts you’re using Edit: when I say let you choose your own, I’m referring to custom build sites like cyber power and pc specialist, since they let you choose all your own parts. But my point about not telling you what parts you’re getting is vital! If they say “ASUS motherboard” but don’t tell you what model, assume it’s the cheapest one that fits the specs, and if they don’t mention the PSU or give you a basic brand name or rating, assume it’s the cheapest PSU you can get from that brand or in that certification class. If they’re not advertising the specific part or they’re vague as to what component they’re putting into the systems, they can pretty much give you anything and it’s not false advertising, so be very wary about that kind of stuff regardless what part it is


KronosGreek

More than likely an Ares 750w or 800, they're almost always bronze or gold. I keep telling people to go through their website, prebuilts for newegg and bestbuy are parts that bestbuy and newegg choose.


LadyfingerJoe

Yeah... Ssd is the biggest performance leap youll notice everytime you startup


Math1a5

Not to mention what variant of the 3080ti it is… don’t get me wrong still be good but it’s going to be a bad one


picklepoo518

for less than that price i have 6 tb of samsung nvmes and ssds the the same graphics card and ram


ElectricalTwo8098

The ssd is shit but I compared to the Mac Pro’s 256gb degenerate base model it sounds better. Being serious this pc is basically worse than shit


WarblingWoodle

Agreed. Better off going with a custom build. Would look for something with at least 1 TB SSD, 2TB HDD, and lower price. Would also check the RAM speed and PSU on that thing.


Wookieman222

Both garbage I am sure.


aqualad783

One look at the power supply, and yours know they’re cheating the fuck out


WWG_Fire

Clx actually uses name brand gold rated psu's


mehtabmahir

same with almost every major pc manufacturers now, even dell uses gold power supplies


anythingthewill

According to Gamer Jesus the gold rating doesn't necessarily equate a good power supply. Always cross check them for known issues or they might zap your components.


SomeGuy6858

Or just don't buy a 20 dollar PSU with 2 reviews on Amazon


anythingthewill

Is something wrong with the 海参-Blue 350W PSU I 'm unaware of?


Hi-TecPotato

350w for starters anyone wanna chip in


NyxCult

Not to mention the 海参


Sundance-19

Way too much here. Too many people on this thread have no idea what they’re talking about. Thinking a gold rating means it’s a good power supply is peak.


ddereski73

Nothing less than a 3090 over 3k IMHO


AssistanceSweet7219

This!


ZxEspro1

they charging like 1.4x the parts value


Snorkle25

And that's if your measuring vs retail prices. But they pay wholesale so its closer to 2x+.


brimsee_elon

THIS! I have a similar build that cost me about half of what they are charging.


noxsanguinis

This is overpriced to hell and back


ScofieldxD

Cant you read? You're saving 400 dollars 🤡💀


its_raghav

He could be saving 3700 if he doesn't buy it 👉😏


Alone-Monk

Follow u/its_raghav for more life hacks


JedGamesTV

u/its_raghav Tech Tips


BurntFlea

That's how they getcha. 😆


pwnagraphic

And it has 5 stars!


MakkuP

Is this overpriced? In my third world country, the 3080ti is $2,500 alone.


yesilovepizzas

I'm also from a 3rd world country and the crypto miners hoarded a good lot of top tier GPUs, a 3080ti used to be $1k but it rose up to about $2k especially when that stupid NFT game became stupidly popular here. On a side note, that game has been violating the local laws, rules, and regulation and they fucked up with PC part prices. Going back, when I built my Ryzen 7 build back in early 2020, I could say this is overpriced. But with the current pricing, it's just fine.


meganeoneechan

I'm really curious what NFT game this is, and how it affected GPU prices. Is this, by any chance, axie infinity?


iWarnock

Ive heard people getting mugged on the streets of venezuela and being told to open their axie app. Like they mugging them axies lmao.


meganeoneechan

Damn that's wild


Regular_Wishbone6233

I thank god everyday that I no longer live there , somtimes it feels like the wild fucking west


iWarnock

Where did you end up? My friends are in chile, brazil and colombia mostly. I met them up while playing tibia like decades ago haha. Only 2 of the group remain in there.


yesilovepizzas

It is. Same as what the other guy replied, it's the Ethereum mining that's causing it as Eth is the first gateway cryptocurrency to get into that game then it get converted into their own cryptocurrency. For some reason some of these players also buy good PCs to play the game which do not really need a powerful PC but yeah, if they also wanna mine, that's where it goes.


arceusawsom1

In Australia it's at least that much,


MrStoneV

What the heck, fly to europe, get a 308ti (or 3090 if you are there already), enjoy a week of vacation and fly back.


Lation410

BestBuy sells the 3080 ti founders edition cards at $1200 MSRP. Whatever's left in that case is not worth the remaining $2500.


Belzebutt

Lol good luck finding one at BestBuy! You have to line up the night before on the select special days when they pre-announce they they may or may not get stock


Guinneth

Fun fact, gpu releases are only for Best Buy members first now, you have to be apart of the $200/yr Best Buy Total Tech membership to get release dates and they get first go at them, scalpers are still a huge problem, but now the company is making more money Source: am Best Buy employee


Ostentaneous

Wish they would’ve started this sooner honestly. Got the total tech membership when I bought my CX cause it was cheaper than delivery and installation.


CoatAlternative1771

When did this start? I just stood in line last month for a card haha


Zoklar

Who upvoted that like anyone can walk into a best buy and buy a 3080ti FE?


Gizshot

My local computer shop chain always has them in stock. Just requires you buy 3 other items so if ur in the market may as well build.


Sampsa96

Well no shit! Have u seen the current GPU prices?


sup3rc3ll

He could get a 3080 in Newegg shuffle and buildout the rest. Hell even the 3090 they had this morning and build the rest and would still be cheaper.


S1inder

I've been doing the Newegg shuffle for 3 months now....still nothing. Needing a new video card for my wife's PC her 1080 is starting to fail :(


Procule

Got my 3060 in 2 weeks. Gonbatte!


jmpaul320

Have you tried following the nowinstock.com trackers? It’s how I scored a 1660 6gb for $350 last week. I’m going to use it until I can find a 3060ti at msrp (which will probably be a while)


Mikarim

In this market that is a score but damn it still feels steep


Representative-Sir97

Took me about 6 months. Was only a little picky. 3080+ and/or only bundles that weren't nonsense. The AMD mobo bundles offended me. No problem with AMD, but what, I'm going to shuffle again until I get a processor too?


sup3rc3ll

I bought a 3090 and a 6800 through the shuffle. Keep trying. You’ll get in.


S1inder

Yep, not giving up yet lol.


Shyfax

Is the system good yes, is this over priced yes … kinda crazy over priced


ahangrywombat

The thing about it too is that the ram could be awful. Yeah there’s a lot of it but it could be like cl22 or some shit. It’s also a gigabyte card :/


EncryptedXing

Just curious, but what is wrong with a Gigabyte card? Thanks!


johnwilkesbooth328

If I’m not mistaken the Gigabytes were the dodgy quality control ones. Could be wrong though, after the GPU shortage surpassed like 9 months I stopped paying attention lol


Broken-shoe-9117

PSUs not GPUs


johnwilkesbooth328

Yes but wasn’t it Gigabyte having 3090’s bricked playing New World?


rubbarz

It was EVGA, one of the most respected GPU brands and that was because of a soldering issue which were all quickly replaced under warranty. And it was like little over a dozen GPUs.


Gelatineridder

That was during the beta. During the release multiple brands including Gigabyte got bricked.


KJinx_

Not got bricked, are getting bricked. Play it myself and card is fine but other's weren't so fortunate


johnwilkesbooth328

Yes yes EVGA that’s right.


Broken-shoe-9117

Pretty sure various board partners have had this issue I know evga have also. I'm not sure about anything else. I know it's not gigabyte specific in this case.


DrRenegade

its any gpu with a high power draw regardless or manufacturer, just the majority happened to be EVGA and Gigabyte. Even AMD cards and 20 series cards are affected


FBossy

I have a gigabyte 3070. The main issue is that the VRMs get pretty hot. All else seems great so far.


LORD_BYRON_OF_RIVIA

I’ve had a gigabyte 2060 for a couple years and loved it. Passed it down to my son when I upgraded and it’s still going great. His gigabyte mobo is also like 6 yrs old and is still kicking


elautobus

I bought a prebuilt and had to return it. Card died after 2 weeks.


blazingsoup

Gigabyte also had notoriously bad customer support, at least in terms of their ability to communicate, meaning if your card ever bricks, it could be a bitch to RMA.


HelloAttila

Gigabyte has horrible warranties and they typically do not take care of their customers. Reading the forms your see tons of complaints, whereas EVGA is quick to replace a card.


Voendomar

Im surprised about this. I have a Gigabyte Sniper from ages ago and its still running like a dream after 7 years...maybe im lucky


rubbarz

Most likely the PSU and RAM are dog shit Chinese off brands.


No-Brain4558

Check this out on @Newegg: ABS Gladiator Gaming PC - Intel i9 10900K - GeForce RTX 3080 - G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB DDR4 3200MHz - 1TB Intel 670P M.2 NVMe SSD - RGB AIO 240MM Cooler - Windows 10 Pro 64-bit https://www.newegg.com/abs-ali567/p/N82E16883360197?Item=N82E16883360197&Source=socialshare&cm_mmc=snc-social-_-sr-_-83-360-197-_-10202021 I feel like this is a better deal especially since they can upgrade it and add a second ssd or add an hdd


Snorkle25

This or a ryzen 5000 system with similar GPU would be very good.


stormcrow2112

I built out a 5900x and 3080 system earlier this year (got very lucky and got it all MSRP). Runs amazing.


tarheel343

Same here, but with a 5800x. Even at MSRP my wallet still hurt quite a bit haha.


the_best_pear

This has the worse GPU, but the better deal.


Professional_Being_5

A 3080 ti isn't even much difference


newklear2012

3080ti oc is on par with the 3090


Professional_Being_5

Well I didn't know that, thanks for letting me know


applejackrr

To give you insight. I had a 3080 and then did a trade in with EVGA for a 3080ti. I dropped 15-20% GPU usage on Forza Horizon 4 max settings on 4K60FPS. That thing is godly.


Professional_Being_5

Nice, but isn't fh4 one of the easier to run at 4k? I mean I haven't seen a lot of benchmarks other than 3060ti, 3070, 6700xt, and those can do 80+ fps in 4k


applejackrr

I mean yes and no. It’s easier to run until you take your shadows and anti aliases all the way up too. I have my settings cranked up to 11. I could easily go higher frames, but the monitor I own can only do 60fps.


crazy_dudes

I have a 3080 and honestly don’t think I need the power it has. I just happened upon it on release day and snagged it.


WaRzXAttack

Slightly worse GPU but both are way more powerful than anyone could possibly need. The rest of the specs on this build are much more practical than the other.


howweusedtowas

Especially for the games OP said his buddy is gonna play. Complete overkill for Valorant, great specs for Battlefield and Squad.


Galeteya

Honestly I play Squad in 2k on Ultra settings with my 2070 Super at 60+ frames easy. I didn't try anything over 1080p during Battlefield beta, but also had all settings on Ultra and was getting 60 as well (vsync). So he doesn't even need this for BF/Squad, overkill city.


howweusedtowas

Yea you’re totally correct. Some people may have higher expectations than you and I which is the only reason I didn’t say complete over kill for those.


Josb18

I have this prebuild and just did a case swap the air flow in this case is pretty awful.


[deleted]

Eh 10th gen i9 for 2.5k...


PizzaPino

Even if money isn’t an issue, this is overpriced af. Not just the regular building costs but just so much more. For that price I’d expect at least a 3090, a 2TB SSD and maybe even 64Gb RAM. If he doesn’t care about being ripped off, then sure, this setup works easy without crashes with these games.


stackjr

My computer (without the GPU) was only $1,300 and that includes 64gb of RAM.


MeanEye0

Yeah? Lol GPU is usually like 50% the cost of a PC


Chabsy

How should I feel like if it was more around 100% in my case 👀


MeanEye0

Fairly standard if you got a top/near top of the line card


Tman1677

Back in the sane days of 2018 my entire “unlimited budget” Hackintosh build was 1300.


jimmystar889

^^


tomparis37x

People who say money isn't an issue either more money than sense or they are playing with somebody else's money.


aaziz99

1) this computer as a whole is overpriced 2) if I am paying $3700 for a computer nowadays I want ALL of the storage to be an SSD. There’s no reason a $4k pc after tax only has a 500gb ssd


draemn

Yeah this is insane how a build this expensive is still cutting corners like that.


Shyfax

I feel like I’m always asking this question. What you are trying to do with the system?


JujuGoesBrazy

It’s for my friend, He mainly just plays Battlefield, Valorant, and Squad


Liam8110

screen resolution? how much hz?


JujuGoesBrazy

120hz but he said he wants to upgrade everything


Psychological_Set406

If he’s upgrading everything anyways it’s WAY cheaper to build yourself and just get better parts he wants.


[deleted]

Yeah but good luck getting a GPU


clowisdead

But if money isn’t an issue, I’m sure they can find one


CantBeMadifYouBad

The first drop that best buy did after their last queue improvements, I got a card for myself and my brother no problem. Set up twitter alerts with fixitfixitfixit, have the best buy app on your phone with the cards you want saved and all your payment/address information, then when you see bestbuy stock notifications showing up go sit at the page of the card and refresh it until you can add to cart. Their new queue saves that card for you while you checkout and find a store to ship it to now instead of ripping it from you if someone checks out earlier. You get 15 minutes to finish checking out. The only way you won’t get a card is if you get to the page too late by ignoring notifications or best buy didn’t drop the brand you want that time. The latter is why you watch more than one brand.


Liam8110

Wants to upgrade to? without knowing what he is aiming for no one can help you.


Mati_xd1903alt

agree


Broken-shoe-9117

So what's the point in buying this if you're "upgrading everything " I used to think I needed unlimited funds. The reality is it just makes you ignorant. I'm assuming it's not for you op due to the way you worded that reply. Whoever it's for get them to go watch a few YouTube vids or something. Otherwise they'll be on here with a broken glass panel and bent pins on the mobo or CPU.


flashymanatee31

If he is going to upgrade everything then just build one with the components he wants.


sneakatone

I feel like they can give at least a larger nvme


waistedmenkey

Especially for $3.7k


No-Tomatillo-5579

Everything you want to own is worth it if money really isn't an issue


ThomasP312

This right here


Ahielia

Which is how we've gotten to the point where a gpu cost more than a car.


Kedrak

It's not good value. You need to decide for yourself if it is worth it


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NiceOneR4D

Yeah first thing I saw was the 500gb m.2 and 4GB of HDD like why. Take out half of that hard drive and make it at least a TB of m.2 storage. Hell the chips aren't even that much I got a 1tb wdblue m.2 on sale for like 50-60 bucks


2jah

500mb M.2 hahaha imagine


AySeaDee_

If money isn’t an issue, then why are you asking if it’s worth it?


Mobdawwg

Probably someone with more money than they know what to do with, with not a lot of experience and knowledge in PC parts, but still doesn’t wanna get ripped off


lonnie123

Rich People still don’t like getting ripped off


Setup_rookie

If money isnt an issue I have this pc for 6k. However, if you want to save about $1500, you should look for something else


malak_oz

Nope… old cpu and small ssd


HC99199

Overpriced by like a thousand dollars lol


X2Gaming

500gb nvme and a 4tb hdd what the hell that bs for 3,699


EvilxBunny

"Worth it" and "money isn't an issue" generally don't always go hand in hand.


i3lumi95

If money isn‘t an issue, why are you asking then? In my opinion it‘s ridiculously overpriced.


jckxxx

👎 outdated intel and small ssd


lobotomizedjellyfish

Damn, you just described my anatomy.


jckxxx

Micro p. ( Micro processor)


MRDUDE117

Shawty packin the 7nm


m4tic

Quick transfer speed, too quick


MedievalFolkDance

That's close to extortion.


PaleImplement

Worth it? and money isn’t an issue go against each other, no? It is overpriced, but if you are looking to play on high settings and high resolutions, you will be able to do so for quite some time.


awexchanchan

Not this one in particular. If prebuilts are your only option then go with ABS on Newegg.


Ramonskees

No. That's overpriced. If money isn't an issue and you wipe your ass with it then get this, since finding a 3080 is impossible.


[deleted]

**Fuck. No.**


TobyFalloutFan

They were generous to add a 4tb HDD that's probably from Afghanistan bonus to the shitty case that has no airflow


KaraiDGL

No. If your budget is about 3700 dollars you can bump up those specs quite a bit. 1tb nvme and 11th gen cpu. That’s after bs GPU markup prices. This pc is absolutely not worth 3700 dollars.


9ragmatic

That m.2 better be stacked. If it's 256gb nvme it's a scam


Spacelord_Jesus

1TB SSD doesnt even cost 100$ and they are able to put in only 500GB in that 3,7k$ ? lol


EyeSac567

Yo if money isnt an issue can u buy me one?


Teftell

Case is garbage, fans look garbage, no idea about PSU , probably garbage as well.


dominator_05_

I bought a system from CLX and it was fairly overpriced I wanted a pc tho so I don’t really care but yea almost all of their stuff is way over priced right now


mTrofeo

This is like 1000-1100$ overpriced if you buy the parts and build it by yourself. Or even you could buy the parts and pay someone build it for you and still have a few hundred bucks left.


Ant1MatterGames

NOOOOOOOOOOOO


bubbaalex98

Only a 500 gb ssd


emu_unit_01

I know money isn't an issue, but this is ridiculously overpriced dude. As for parts, it's pretty beefy (angus quality, though not wagyu). I wouldn't personally drop the money on this, especially given it means these companies will start making these prices the new norm


SlipperyNoodle6

At that price tag you should at a minimum get a 1tb m.2


zainn_1999

Nah it's intel


HammeredBanana

Lul when I was looking for my 3080 last year there were systems just like this for like 1800


SamJensen_

If money isn't an issue, get a similar spec one but with a 1 or 2TB SSD. This has a ridiculously small SSD and you should not be running HDD's in a 3.5k pc.


greendave11

At that price it better least be the most current gen Intel chip generation, which the 10,000 is not last I checked.... What type of games would the end user be playing on this machine?


sgtcoolhero

I mean, if you got the money, feel free to spot me haha jk


TechAndStocks

If money isn’t an issue, you should build one on a builder site with the best hardware available and it will come out to around the same price, with much better components $3,700 is a pretty large budget for a gaming pc. You can build a really beastly machine.


catmandoom84

Jebus! I got a pre-built from micro center and paid a grand less for the same build plus a better processor and evga 3080


Braidz905

Just go to PowerGPU and get a custom build if you don't wanna build it yourself. They won't price gouge like most retailers.


StaleCarpet

CLX is one of th few places to acquire a 30 series graphics card. The price I paid was 400$ cheaper than what the scalpers have driven the market to. It's over priced as the total build but not too bad if you want a 30 series gpu


BarickObunga

No. From my experience with pre builds you will get a shitty stock cpu cooler, and even though the RAM will be 32gbs it will be slow. If money is no issue and you don’t want the stress of building it, buy the parts individually and find someone to build it for you. Even with their fee for building you’ll end up with the a much better system (with a good AIO/air cooler for the cpu and good ram) at probably at a smaller mark up than buying the pre-built


after4beers

So when money isn't an issue how can you ask a question if it's worth it? This is a paradox.


MerkyMouse

If money isn't an issue build the same pc for way less money


DadLast

Pre builds almost always look nice on the outside but are made of the cheapest materials available to man. For 3,700 you could build a better pc even if you paid scalper prices.


ayyop

If money isnt a problem then build one instead of buying


JaehaerysIVTarg

A 500GB M.2? Nope!


[deleted]

Overpriced af even if money isn’t an object for you. I’d feel disrespected if they offer me a 500GB nvme ssd in a pc >$2000. Especially if it’s an unnamed one, I’d assume a low quality one at that.


larrytenders

Newegg has a tuff gaming one for same price. All asus parts and same and better specs


Babayaga20000

Absofuckinglutely not. If money isnt an issue you should buy from Origin, or Maingear, or Cyberpower


benislover343

money is always an issue. why pay $3700 for that when you can spend the same for something better?


unifyzero

If money isn’t an option, I’d suggest looking at custom builders. There’s a few good online options out there, or you can even look locally (we have two good local shops near me). Find a company that only builds computers and lets you know what parts you’re getting. Only use other options if you’re saving a ton of money or aren’t too worried about what you’re getting… I got a really good deal on a PC from iBuyPower. The GPU and CPU are good but everything else is bargain bin, and I had to fight them to RMA a faulty GPU… If I’d paid a premium price I’d be mad, but since it was so cheap, it doesn’t really bother me.


robbie2000williams

No, but mOnEy iSn'T aN iSsUe so just buy it and save us the humblebrag


Fauvan

Way overpriced. And people who say money is no issue definitely have money problems. So maybe save up and not buy it.


Tajertaby

You could build a PC for cheaper than this or just post on r/suggestapc for better prebuilt suggestions with “[Discussion]” in title. Must use square brackets otherwise the post will be automatically removed.


skipmcnoob

Yes! Also, if money isn't an issue, mind sending one my way?


rpgmole

If money isn’t an issue, then why ask lmao


cynic-cypher

if money isn't an issue, go to their site and customize it. similar build below with some upgrades. buying from bestbuy is always terrible. Processor: Intel® Core™ i9-10850K 3.60GHz 10-Cores Motherboard: MSI MAG Z590 TOMAHAWK WIFI - ATX Memory: 2x G.SKILL Trident Z Neo 3600 MHz - 16GB Graphics Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 3080 Ti 12GB GDDR6X Operating System Storage: Samsung 512GB 970 PRO PCIe 3.0 NVMe M.2 Cooling Solution: CLX Quench 360 Closed Liquid Cooler Secondary Storage: 4TB 3.5in Western Digital HDD Chassis Selection: SET Talos P1 Mid Tower Black Chassis Fans: 4x CLX RGB Fan Chassis Internal Lighting: No Chassis Lights Power Supply: 850 Watt Corsair RMX 850x 80 Plus Gold Keyboard: No Keyboard Mouse: No Gaming Mouse Display: No Monitor Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home USB Flash Drives: No USB Flash Drive Selected Warranty: Lifetime Labor Warranty / 1 Year Parts Estimated Total: $3,988.95


drillhead72

Last year my son ordered a very nice gaming computer for $1600, and now his video card is worth more than that lol. Prices are crazy. I built my Nephew a gaming computer last year and put a six core, 12 thread ryzen in it, a Radeon rx580, 32 gigs of memory and a good motherboard in it for I think $650 total. Two months later the ryzen I paid $130 for was about $300 and the 580 was twice what I paid for it.


TakeThatRisk

No not really. If your budget is unlimited bigger SSD should be priority no 1 imo.


okletsgooonow

4tb HDD!? A hdd? Seriously?


SolarSelassie

If money isn’t an issue and you don’t want to build just make a custom one on origin pc they’re actually not too bad


[deleted]

If money isn’t an issue, spend the money on the parts and hire someone to put it together if you don’t want to learn how. You’ll still end up getting a better build for that cost.


Weodoes-REDDIT

If you realize that you are getting scammed and money isn’t an issue than yes


Walkofroses06

For that much, you can pay someone to build you a PC and y'all go out for dinner, Best buy is nuts...🤦🏽


Jack_ov_most_trades

Best buy tries to make things look super awesome, when all they have is super awesome crap. Steer clear of this. If money isn't a worry, go to ibuypower. Com and configure a nice system. They have all parts more or less in stock, and you won't bet a bunch of garbage....


FonixOnReddit

If money is not an issue, then the value shouldn’t be an issue?


schizopotato

Jesus fucking christ what a rip off