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December 2008 ShoppingList is up! - PCstats.com December 2008 ShoppingList is up!
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The December PCSTATS ShoppingList is up! Here's a quick glance at the hardware we're recommending for those of you with $2000 burning a hole in your pocket

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$2000 High-End Performance Parts List

December 2008
Avg. Price* Description / Model No. Review
$378 Intel Core i7 920 Quad-Core Socket LGA1366, 2.66Ghz Processor Get $ Price
$373 Asus P6T Deluxe Socket 1366 Intel X58 Motherboard Get $ Price -
$156

OCZ (OCZ3G1333LV3GK) DDR3 PC3-10666 1333 MHz 3GB Kit

Get $ Price -
$320 EVGA GeForce Superclocked GTX 260 896MB Videocard Get $ Price -

$203

G.SKILL FM-25S2S-64GB 64GB 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Get $ Price -

$71

Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB SATA Hard Drive

Get $ Price -
$35 Pioneer DVR-216D(Black) SATA 20x DVD-Writer Get $ Price
$91

Enermax Uber Chakra ECA5000B Black Case

Get $ Price -
$90 Xigmatek NRP-MC651 650W Power Supply Get $ Price

$299

Acer X243WBD Black 24IN Widescreen Get $ Price -
($199) Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Operating System OEM
- Also Consider: Operating System, Keyboard, Mouse, 3.5" Floppy Drive, 56K Modem, Speakers.
$2016 Estimated Overall Price
* All prices are approximations and are listed in $USD for simplicity.
Notes: What would a high-end rig be without Intel's Core i7 processor? This months high-end PC has switched to socket LGA1366, so it's now got 3GB of triple channel DDR3 memory as well. Users of 64-bit operating systems might want to spring for a 6GB kit, which is roughly double the price. Price cuts to nvidia GTX 260 videocards and increased availability of solid-state drives in retail stores has also made for some additions that will give this system some real staying power.

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