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    How much have you spent on your PC?

    People are always talking about "your average desktop PC", and about how much they tend to spend on components, so I'm interested to know what the figures are like for an enthusiast community like Hexus - what I want to know is this:

    How much have you spent on your current, main PC?

    If you're not quite sure what I mean, here's my breakdown - would be interested to see other people's as well! If you've sold off components in the past, ignore them - it's what's in there at the moment that I'm interested in.

    Obviously it's a bit easier if you've got a laptop/prebuilt PC

    Case - P180 - OcUK, early 2007 - £82
    PSU - HX620 - Scan, early 2009 - £110
    Motherboard - P35-DQ6 - Scan, late 2007 - £115 (current motherboard is a warranty replacement for when that board blew and Scan broke their only spare trying to send it to me )
    CPU - Q9550 - Scan, early 2009 - £230
    RAM - Corsair 4GB - Scan, early 2009 - £70
    RAM - Geil 4GB - Hexus, early 2010 - £40
    GPU - ATI 5870 - Hexus, mid 2010 - £225
    HDD - F1 320GB - Scan, mid 2009 - £32
    DVD - AD-7200S - Scan, early 2009 - £16

    Total: £920

    It's a bit shocking to see it written there as one lump sum number, but not too bad when you see what I would get on Dell for the same money - ignoring the fact I've had 3.5 years' use out of some of this stuff! And I definitely wasn't economical with my upgrades either... if I had've been, I probably could've had very similar performance for a good chunk less money.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Most my stuff is second hand but let's see what the "base" cost is (I spent quite a bit on fans, cable sleeving and LEDs )

    Case - NZXT M59 - Scan early 2010 - ~£40
    PSU - Corsair HX620 - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£60
    Motherboard - EVGA X58 Micro SLI - Ebay a week ago - ~£110
    CPU - i7 920 - Ebay early 2010 - ~£145
    RAM - Crucial Ballistix Tracer Red 6GB - Ebay early 2010 - ~£120
    GPU - XFX ATI 5850 - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£145
    HDD - WD Caviar Black 640GB - Ebuyer, mid 2009 - ~£50
    SSD - Intel X25-M 80GB - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£105

    Totals: £775, not bad I'd say!

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    It really is quite scary when you add it all up!

    Components
    Case, 2004 ~£125
    Mobo, 2010 ~£90
    RAM, 2010 ~£180
    CPU, 2010 ~£150
    Gfx, (2nd hand) ~£50
    PSU, 2010 ~£90
    HDD, various ~£100
    SSD, (2nd hand) ~£180
    OS, 2009 ~£60
    ~£1025

    Water cooling 2010
    CPU Block ~£50
    Rads (2nd hand) ~£60
    Pump ~£75
    Res ~£25
    Misc sundries and general cock ups ~£100
    ~£310

    grand total; £too much

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    Coolermaster Stacker, MSI 890GXM-G65, Win 10 Pro, AMD X6 1055T, Corsair HX 650, Sapphire HD7950 OC, Crucial 128GB C300 SSD, HD501LJ Spinpoint T166, 4x2GB Corsair XMS3, custom watercooled (single loop, 2 rads)
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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    E8400 Dual Core @ 3.6Ghz - 2008 - £135
    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro CPU Cooler (Socket LGA775)- 2008 - £17.00
    Asus P5Q Pro - 2008 - £111.61
    GeIL 4Gb PC2-8500 1066Mhz - 2008 - £68.13
    2Tb in Raid 0 (4 Drives), A further 3.5Tb across a further 4 drives - 2004 onwards - £471.03
    HIS HD4870 512Mb and Sapphire 3450 256Mb - 2008 - £199.74 and £24.66
    Corsair TX 650W - 2008 - £70.50
    Antec 900 Gaming Case -2008- £66.96
    Auzentech X-Plosion 7.1 Cinema PCI Sound Card 2007 - £64.61
    DVDRW - £16.00

    Total - £1245.24

    Maybe I should put off the next upgrade this Christmas looking at that.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    £1300 or so.

    Seems like a lot but it wasn't too bad. The PC I had before it, I had used for about 7 years and was a cheap PC to begin with. So I went all that time with a crappy gaming PC, that got crappier and crappier year after year, to the point where it wouldn't even run about half the games on the market. It also was on the blink and it had a horrible old 17" CRT which was starting to crackle and smelled like burning.

    So £1300 might seem like a lot, but that got me an entirely new PC, everything. It had a top of the line flat screen monitor 8bit, great refresh rate, looks gorgeous. And then a whole new PC, new case, new PSU, new mobo, new CPU, everything. It also had an 8800GTX which was the best graphics card you could buy at the time. So basically I decided to treat myself for a change, and it was a whole new PC, so £1300 wasn't a big deal.

    It's also given me 3 years of great gaming so far too, so the amount of stuff I've done with it, and spread over 3 years, it's not even worth thinking about the price. It's less than 400 quid a year, and it's my hobby. Some people spend more than that on a golf course membership or something, and then only go once a week or less. I play on my PC way more than once a week, and do loads more on it too.
    Last edited by acrobat; 16-09-2010 at 09:39 AM.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Mine:

    Case: Thermaltake Level 10 £540 (great case but I have to admit it really isn't worth the extra cost)
    PSU: Zalman heatpipe 850: £140
    CPU: i7 920: £240
    Memory: Corsair XMS3: £120
    Gfx: Asus 4870 x2: £350
    Sound: Creative Xfi Titanium: £100
    2x Samsung 500gb F1 HDD's: about £100 when bought
    60GB OCZ Apex SSD: £150
    Samsung F1 1 TB: £100
    LG Blu-ray/HD-DVD: £75
    Corsair H50: £60
    Aerocool Coolpanel 3: £30 (rubbish, dont touch it)

    About £2000. Damn that seems like alot for that build!

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Lets see,

    Q9400, a week ago, ebay, £80
    Asus P5K-VM, late 2007, £60
    Corsair XMS2 2x1 GB, late 2007, £60
    Corair XMS2 2x1 GB, late 2009, £35
    Samsung F3 500GB hdd, late 2009, £35
    Samsung dvd drive, late 2007, £15
    Cheap casecom case, late 2007, £20
    Xigmatek HDT-SD964, late 2009, £17
    Corsair vx550, late 2009, £55
    Asus GTX 275, late 2009, £150
    Windows 7 HP, mid-2009 (pre-order), £49.

    Total: £581. Bargain!

    Although I'd forgotten how substantial the upgrade I did autumn last year was, in my head its still a Xmas 2007 pc!

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    I began to add everything up and then I stopped.
    It scared me.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    I said £250-£400 thinking it was around £350-ish, just counted up & including monitor/keyboard/speakers etc but NOT the OS it comes to about £450, not bad!

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    My i7 930, SSD, HD5870 build came to around £1200 including all software and new keyboard.

    However I'm going to have to get a new case as my current is annoying the hell out of me, due to the poor HDD bay layout. And down the line I am likely to put in a 3x4GB ram set and add another 5870 for CF.

    Desktop - i7 930, XMS3 6x2GB DDR3, X58A-UD3R (rev2), 2xHD5870 1GB (CrossFireX), Crucial C300 64GB , 2x2TB WD Caviar Green, Corsair 650TX
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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    i5 + ram + mobo + heat sink = £430
    4870 = £200
    HDDs = £100
    misc (keyboard etc) =£70
    case = £30
    PSU = £45 .....im about to put in the one atec gave me for free but its not in yet
    monitor £150
    win 7 £35

    total £1060 :O

    i think thats it, check specs <-- for detailed description, all prices are at time of purchase
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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Just the components currently inside the main case?

    Case: Corsair 800D £207
    PSU: Corsair TX 750W £82
    GPU: XFX 5970 BE £557
    MB: Asus P6X58D-E £170
    CPU: Intel i7 920 £173
    RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tracer 6Gig £146
    HDD1: Intel G2 80Gig SSD £171
    HDD2: Samsung 1TB F1 £82
    HDD3: WD 500Meg RE £61
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    Fans (additional to case): Enermax Magma 120 (x5) £40
    Fan Controllers: Zalman (x2) £45
    Watercooling (estimated £470): CPU Block (£51) + GPU Block (£99) + Reservoir (£45) + Fittings (£35) + Tubing (£10) + Radiators (£68+£21+£21) + Pumps (£60x2)

    Total (original) purchase price: £2284

    Doesn’t include monitor (£850+), external drives (£100+), input devices (£100 odd), NAS (£1400 odd) and OS.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Quote Originally Posted by pollaxe View Post
    I began to add everything up and then I stopped.
    It scared me.
    This ^

    I spent about £800 back in 2007 and I've changed (and added lots) things since.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    I did a complete ground-up upgrade in 2007 and costed it out at about £1200. I hung back on some of the non-essentials (Zalman Reserator XT) and ended up spending about a grand.

    Since then the current cost has actually gone down with later upgrades costing less than what was being replaced even though performance has improved!

    • 8800GTS 320MB: £160 -> HD4850 512MB: £80
    • Vista Ultimate OEM: £120 -> Win 7 Home Prem: £45
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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Quote Originally Posted by acrobat View Post
    £1300 or so.

    It's also given me 3 years of great gaming so far too, so the amount of stuff I've done with it, and spread over 3 years, it's not even worth thinking about the price. It's less than 400 quid a year, and it's my hobby. Some people spend more than that on a golf course membership or something, and then only go once a week or less. I play on my PC way more than once a week, and do loads more on it too.
    I think this is a really good way to look at it.

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    Re: How much have you spent on your PC?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulti View Post
    Most my stuff is second hand but let's see what the "base" cost is (I spent quite a bit on fans, cable sleeving and LEDs )

    Case - NZXT M59 - Scan early 2010 - ~£40
    PSU - Corsair HX620 - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£60
    Motherboard - EVGA X58 Micro SLI - Ebay a week ago - ~£110
    CPU - i7 920 - Ebay early 2010 - ~£145
    RAM - Crucial Ballistix Tracer Red 6GB - Ebay early 2010 - ~£120
    GPU - XFX ATI 5850 - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£145
    HDD - WD Caviar Black 640GB - Ebuyer, mid 2009 - ~£50
    SSD - Intel X25-M 80GB - Ebay mid 2010 - ~£105

    Totals: £775, not bad I'd say!
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