A Gaming PC for $2000
Gizmania: Velocity Micro Gamers' Edge DualX T1300: "Velocity Micro Gamers' Edge DualX T1300
Would any self-respecting gamer buy off the shelf from a big-box retailer? The Gamer's Edge DualX T1300 represents Velocity Micro's entry into the electronics retail channel. Available in Best Buy retail outlets and online through BestBuy.com, the $1,991 T1300 is a serious gaming machine with an Nvidia GeForce 7800 GT video card and an AMD Athlon 64 3800+ CPU. It's one of three configurations offered by the retail giant (but the only one you'll see in stores), bringing boutique craftsmanship to off-the-shelf shoppers. Available only online are the more expensive T1400 model, with a dual-core Athlon 64 X2 4400+ processor, and the cheaper T1200, with an Athlon 64 3700+ CPU. The T1300 may appear pricey next to the mainstream systems sitting next to it on the shelf, but for a gaming PC, it's a smart configuration that gives you good bang for your gaming buck."
Maybe you've been a very good girl or boy this year. Look here to see what Santa could land on you.
My question is, if you already have a good machine, how do you tear yourself away from gaming long enough to pay for this toy?
And if you do, THEN how do you accomplish anything else but gaming? I couldn't even quit playing Tetris on a GameBoy until the battery ran out!