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Budget Triple-Screen Gaming 133

An anonymous reader writes "A system-builder, Dario D., built a triple screen gaming PC in early 2010 that can still run all of the top games. For under $1,000. See link, and he points out you can do even better with a 2011 build."
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Budget Triple-Screen Gaming

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  • Re:Not only that (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Gaygirlie ( 1657131 ) < minus distro> on Saturday March 05, 2011 @06:28AM (#35387908) Homepage

    As for the speakers, don't even get me started. I cannot believe the junk most people use. They'll spend $1500 on monitors (3 Dell U2410s are popular for triple gaming setups) and another $600 on video cards all in the name of a "more immersive" gaming experience and then buy $30 crap speakers to play on. I don't know what it is. Same thing as people who drop $3000 on a premium high end bigscreen LED/LCD-TV, $400 on a high class Blu-ray player, $100 on useless Monster HDMI cables, then listen on the cheap included speakers.

    Some people simply cannot hear the difference or they can only hear some of it and as such it doesn't sound to them different enough to warrant better speakers. Then there are also those who simply are more visual and don't care that much about audio clues.

    I personally would seriously hate such little crapboxes, but it's not my place to start complaining about other people's preferences in such things. I'll keep on enjoying my eight 4-way 200W RMS speakers+sub-woofer setup with surround system in the meantime ;) My neighbours don't really love me, but oh well.

  • Hilarious (Score:1, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Saturday March 05, 2011 @08:23AM (#35388246)

    a gamer saying someone else shouldn't "play make believe"

"I shall expect a chemical cure for psychopathic behavior by 10 A.M. tomorrow, or I'll have your guts for spaghetti." -- a comic panel by Cotham