Dream Machine 2007

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CrushInfamy

Great article, MAXPC!

This is a true "Dream Machine". To every hardcore, computer-enthusiast on the planet it represents a bold, drool-inducing, breathtaking Centerfold!

Aside from the silver Case (Black is more "Stealthy & Cool"), each and every component kicks mad ass. James Bond would be quite proud indeed.

Should you decide to step up to a 64 Bit OS, I hope you'll max-out the RAM to 8 Gigs or whatever that delicious Mothership can absorb. I'd hate to see any flickers or jumps in the Blu Ray / HD playback of the Godfather (Widescreen Special Edition of course). God forbid!

By the way, I do happen to operate an official "Dream Machine" storage/testing facility. Please let me know if you need the delivery details.

BRAVO. BRAVO. BRAVO.

Keep up the great work!

Steve

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perfectdarkk005

First off, This is an awesome machine and very clean... a nice build. I was curious though if you took temperature readings and if you would be able to post them. Such a powerful machine would have to be pretty hot, right? Thanks, guys.

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Bruzer

Nice machine! However just a clarification on the selected keyboard. The Keytronic Classic-U2 is what is stated in the article, but the one pictured is the Keytronic Designer-P2. The reason I know is because I'm planning to purchase the Designer-P2 to replace my failing 10 year old Dell keyboard!

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TheMurph

Man, look at that awesome water cooling job! One of the best I've seen... ;)

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jhmoonbay

When you're done touring the country with the DM '07, Can I have it? I'll be your new Best Friend!

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beteks

Man i wish i had that machine. Are you guys planning to sell it on Ebay? lol

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cirrusfun

What a beauty!

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daveyd

I'm curious as to what comes out. =)

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hbekkaya

Very nice rig.
I got the same case and have bought a swiftech kit also. yet to build the rig. My question is where did they mount the radiator?!?!?!

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chaos.13037

Wow, just wow. Dream machine indeed. Great article guys, breaking down every component with beautiful pictures to match. Awesome job.

Just out of curiosity, what happens to the DM now? Is it scavenged for parts? Or does some lucky SOB get to bring it home?

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SenTora

Nope the system ends up getting broken down, hard drives wiped and sent back to the manufacturers. It would be nice if they ran yearly contests for the DM.

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