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#1 urbanninja

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 05:28 PM

I was watching AOTS on G4TV a few days ago and they reviewed the reactor gaming pc. The basic computer is $3,700 but fully loaded, it is $10k. It is supposed to be the fastest and most powerful computer commercially available and it cools using liquid submersion. I will definately use up its terabytes of storage because I will start college soon and I am going to be an architect, but I also like to design video games, web pages, and photoshop alot. but, It is something that if it gets destroyed by malware, then it would be hard for me to replace, other than with the warranty. Still, my question what do you think of buying this expensive pc? do you think it is an absolute waste of money, especially with all the malware and spyware floating around.

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 07:27 PM

If you take the necessary precautions, then you shouldn't have to worry about malware. Any computer can be restored to its original state if it gets too bad, but with the precautions, you can minimize the chance of this.

Otherwise, I would not suggest getting a brand new computer that just came out because it's always way overpriced when it first comes out.

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 07:33 PM

Most, more like 99 percent, personal computer users don't need anything as extreme as the Reactor gaming PC. I think it is a total waste of money that could be better spent elsewhere. Just buy, or build, the latest i7 or Skulltrail computer if you want the best. Submersion cooling, if it is anything like standard liquid cooling, can break disastrously spreading liquid over everything, destroying many components.

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