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8Pack Launches The ORION X2 - A Dual System Featuring Three RTX TITANS for a Measly £32,999.99

Mar 21, 2009
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System Name Ultraman
Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
Motherboard MSI B450M Mortar Max
Cooling Be Quiet! Shadow Rock Slim/2x140mmCorsair SP140 /2x120mmSilverstone RGB /1x120mm Antec RGB
Memory G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB 3000MHZ
Video Card(s) Nvidia Palit GamingPro RTX 3080
Storage SSD - OCZ ARC 100 256GB HDD + Sandisk Ultra 3D 500GB - Western Digital Green 1TB
Display(s) Iiyama Red Eagle GB3461WQSU
Case Fractal Design Define R4 Titanium - Grey Window Version
Audio Device(s) onboard/Speakers: Logitech G560
Power Supply Seasonic Focus Gold+ 850W Modular
Mouse Microsoft Pro Intellimouse - White
Keyboard Ducky One2 SF White MX cherry Red
Software Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
Their staff are trash and they're consistently more expensive than any other retailer in the UK for individual components as well as full PC builds. Christ, even PC World is cheaper than them sometimes and PC World are scum of the earth.
Sometimes when they have their discounts they are generally cheaper than other places I would normally shop for parts, they also stock different brands which sets them slightly apart from other e-retailers as-well.

As for that PC..yes its pretty cool but that price tag, i'd rather buy a BMW M2 for the money or used Audi R8 or GTR.


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£32,000 and not even Enterprise or even Pro for Workstations. Absolute CON.
There is no way that entire system costs that much, even counting labour cost.
I agree - you can build a 9980XE / 9900K dual with 3 Titans, the rest the same spec (but more RGB) for half that price. And that's over-over-overkill. And I can customise it how I like - custom coolant colours, more radiators, RGB memory, RGB fans. Moreover, you don't get any peripherals included. YOU ARE SIMPLY PAYING FOR THE NAME (8-PACK)!
Overclockers UK said:
Intel Core i9-7980XE Pre-Binned to 4.6GHz
Do you know what these people do??? They take shiny new CPUs, remove the metal lid (heat-spreader), put thermal paste inside, replace it, and then they test the CPU by overclocking it. So effectively, you're buying a used CPU, probably with dust/impurities inside, with a shortened lifespan because they abusively overclock them.

My Tip: Even if you want to spend £30k, build your own. Use Amazon, or official sites.