System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Built OS Win 7 Pro CPU Intel i7 2600K Motherboard Asus P8Z68-V LX Memory 16 GB 1333 Crucial Hyper-X Blu I think Graphics Card Integrated Sound Card Integrated Monitor(s) Displays Dual LCD IPS panels Screen Resolution 1980x1200, 1980x1080
Keyboard Dell Logitech wireless Mouse Logitech Wireless 510 PSU OCZ modular 500W Case Antec 300 Cooling Case: 2 Stock fans, CPU: CoolerMaster Evo 212; PSU: fan Hard Drives 3 SATA: 250, 160, 2000 GB, External USB 3TB Internet Speed 1.0 Mbps down, 448 Kbps up Other Info Case is too small.
That software should only be available from Dell. I don't think it's even legal for a 3rd party seller to sell Windows 7 factory OEM.
Unless you need specific added features in Pro, you can get Home Premium OEM for $99 right now at NewEgg and Amazon, and Family 3-pack Upgrade for not much more which is 3 licenses for life for less than the price of one.
Trinity software (nor any other retailer) sell branded media from another OEM - branded royalty OEM media is for purchase only with a new PC (and is either provided or sold as recovery or reinstallation media). What you see there, my friend, is illegal (see Microsoft v Comet for a recent example). You can purchase non-royalty Windows OEM copies from any valid retailer out there (non-branded) which are shrink-wrapped and hologrammed, and come with a CoA sticker, which are perfectly legal.
System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Z400 workstation OS Windows Server 2008 R2 CPU Intel Xeon 3550 @3.06GHz Motherboard HP Memory 16GB DDR3 Graphics Card Nvidia Quadro 600 Sound Card Realtek ALC262 Monitor(s) Displays 2x Hanns-G HG281 Screen Resolution 1920x1200
Keyboard Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 7000 Mouse Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 PSU HP Case HP Hard Drives 1x Samsung 160GB SSD
2x WD 1TB (RAID1)
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