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Thursday, 06 March 2008 11:38

Skulltrail with two 9800GX2 costs ?30K

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 08: He who dares wins

 

CeBIT is a place where you might get some freebies, but also a place where you might see things you’ll never be able to afford. Two Geforce 9800GX2 cards in SLI mode on Skultraill board with two overclocked Core 2 Extreme QX9775 processors, packed into a powerful Thermaltake case, would set you back about €30.000.

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Add a professional Eizo FlexScan SX3031W monitor, a bunch of Raptor disks and other pricey peripherals and what you get is nothing less than a “Rig From Hell” (Höllenmaschine 3).

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PC Welt is the sponsor of this beast, and it will be given to a lucky gamer who wins a game organized by PC Welt. If you’d like to try your luck, you can do so here (in German).

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The paint job on the case is excellent and it seems as if there’s a fire raging within. We’re not going to laugh because two 9800GX2 cards really do spew fire, so this hole is actually a convenient ventilation shaft.

 

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