Quote: Originally Posted by Infinite
Sorry for bumping this thread again. I kinda meant like a home built one :P
How about this?
Gigabyte Ga-x79-ud5 Ga-x79-ud5
i7 3960x Core Processsor OC'ed at 5Ghz
Coolermaster Cosmos II XL-ATX Ultra Tower Case
13 Crucial M4 512GB SSD
32GB DDR3 - Overclocked at 2400Mhz (don't know how, or if that's possible).
3xATI Radeon HD 7970
3xMonitors - LCD8205, 82 Professional-Grade Large-Screen Display - Highlights & Specifications | NEC Display Solutions
Keyboard - Cyborg V 7 Gaming Keyboard
Mouse - Cyborg R.A.T 9 Gaming Mouse
Headphones - Monster Beats Pro.
Because I don't know much about this kind of stuff, I am probably wrong and most of this probably wouldn't be compatible.
Everything is perception. For example, you choose a fine enough case above...but personally I don't like it at all, and would never use it. Lots of people think the best computer case is really big with tons of room, I tend to find the best computer case is smaller and takes less space. I like my computers to be very quiet, so having 10 case fans is not something that I would want to do. Some people love wireless keyboards and mice, and I despise them. I tend to prefer mechanical keyboards, but they are loud and clicky and provide tactile feedback which some people don't like.
And as far as headphones go, Monster Beats headphones are expensive headphones that simply don't perform as well as other headphones from companies like Grado, Sennheiser, Byer Dynamic, Denon, Audio Technica, etc.
So, on an internet forum with such wide ranging opinions, nobody is going to universally agree on what makes the best computer.