- Dec 31, 2008
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|System Name||Lumpys rig|
|Processor||e8400 @ 3.8mhz|
|Motherboard||evga 680i a2 b-33|
|Memory||4 gigs corsair 1066|
|Video Card(s)||evga 470gtx s/clocked and 9800gt physX|
|Storage||velosiraptor 250 gig +500 gig WD|
|Display(s)||50" samsung 3d plasma tv|
|Audio Device(s)||PCI Express X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro Series|
|Power Supply||thermaltake 700w|
|Software||Win 7 64 bit|
This is perfect for boats.The marine air and salt will get inside a normal case,I promise You.
And Yes there are many marine monitors out(water proof) ,Marine pc makes a bunch .
I work where the boats from deadliest catch have maint. on boats: pacific fisherman,seattle
These guys all have a bunch of pcs in the bridge.And they dont last long.
I could sell these all day long.
But in truth,this is nothing new, marine pcs have been out for years.$$$$$