Lamborghini of PCs' yours for just NZ$30k

I’m sure 11.3 would rock along on this puppy…

Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890)
openSUSE 11.3 (x86_64) Kernel
up 19:42, 2 users, load average: 0.04, 0.05, 0.01
GPU GeForce 8600 GTS Silent - Driver Version: 256.53

Specs seemed OK until I reached this part: Microsoft Windows:-)

I always ignore that bit and just look at the hardware… I’m hoping to get one of the SDD’s for the netbook though, have been investigating for awhile now. Will just run SLED/openSUSE on it :wink:

Perhaps Windows needs that amount of hardware to run properly ?

You know that OS sooo well :wink:

Hang on, may be OS is too generous - I mean it has to ‘Operate’ doesn’t it.

Well, I’ve been thinking of upgrading.

Let’s wait and see what the sys requirements are for Windows 8.

Doesn’t really qualify as a green pc. Its like the hummer of pc’s.
Specs are impressive, but who will buy such a computer?

if I was rich I would… :slight_smile:

You can say that again! 2.1 kWatt of a power supply… it’s probably not very quiet either!! But it has to be the most powerful PC I’ve seen ever!

I like the way they say “can handle almost anything you can throw at it.”… what CAN’T it handle!

Edit: OMG, it has a X-Box 360 build in! That is just wrong! LOL

Wouldn’t mind one - would run openSUSE EXTREMELY well.

If I had ~$20000US to dispose of, I’m sure I’d give it a serious look.

These are the requirements for Windows 8. Just preparing the market :wink:

chief sealth wrote:

> If I had ~$20000US to dispose of, I’m sure I’d give it a serious look.

Doubt I would get far - too many other enticing things to do with that for
spare change…

Will Honea

Wonder why they stopped at 12 GB and didnt go up to 16 GB :\