How to Max Out a Dell XPS 600 and Your Credit Card
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So what does it take to put together a screaming system that'll be the envy of all your gaming friends? A good bit of money; patience and technical know-how helps too. Keep reading to see us put together a true dream machine.
Ever wish you could just go to the store and buy the best of everything? This week, we did just that. We went shopping on Dell's website and bought the best system we could build, a top of the line XPS 600. Why did we do such a thing? Well, we've seen tons of articles and write-ups that cater towards the lower to mid-ranged consumers, but not any catering to the high end. In this article, we will take a close look at the system we purchased, along with how it is packaged and how easy it is to set up and configure.
For starters, we went to Dell's website and clicked on their gaming systems, and followed the link there for the XPS gaming systems. We clicked on the biggest and baddest one we saw, the XPS 600 Extreme Gaming system. With a little work in the customizer, we came up with one bad to the bone machine. Let's take a look at our specs, shall we?
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