I just dont see the logic in spending over half of what my first car cost on something that will be worth %50 of what you paid for it 6 months from now and will be outperformed by systems that cost less. To me that is someone who has more money than they know what to do with. Sure if you're doing serious graphics work a 10k workstation wouldn't be to unreasonable, but just going by the specs alone this thing looks like a benchmark killer. Dont get me wrong that system looks amazing, and if Stanford ever gets around to adding multiple GPU support to the GPU2 client that thing would be a serious folding rig. I dont want to think of the amount of heat that things gonna generate either, i hope you have a good air conditioning system for whatever room that beast is going to be occupying
A. I DO serious graphics work
B. One word, gaming.
D. I am female, and I WANT. At least its not shoes.
Considering allowing Max PC to test this machine against their monthly benchmark machine just for yuks.