Polywell X5800A-Extreme

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Pball1224

I've got nearly the same build, including the SAS drive.

At first I was worried that I went with SAS since it appears to be such an odd-ball in the consumer market, but the the performance is unmatched without going to solid state.

When I was planning my build I had no idea what SAS was until I saw the Asus P6T board had it available. Then I compared the Fuji SAS drives and the VelociRaptor and for price and performance the SAS drive was better at both. (I just reccomend a case fan be pointed directly at it)

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comptech08

Its better then the budget builds of 09. Or should i say Dream Machines of 09.

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nekollx

 thats the really sad part. It not even a month later and the Dream Macines are already beoing outclassed by Botique machines...

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sbradford26

On the dream machines I was hoping for tri sli gtx 285s. Then a load of ssd's in raid zero. All of it liquid cooled or like phase change on the cpu. But all I got was disappointment .

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nekollx

Then you would like this.

 http://www.maximumpc.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=96293

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dag1992

Actually this was reviewed in the magazine a few months back, either way, I'm still disappointed that this year's dream machine wasn't over the top as usual.

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