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    As title says, what would you do with a spare £5k?
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    Put it towards my wedding and honeymoon
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    Pay off my debts and buy a new PC
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    i7 6820k OC
    4 Titan Z
    64 gb RAM
    1000GB SSD
    6TB HDD
    Nice case and fan
    3 38" 4k monitors

    Anyone else agree? :P
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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Put it towards my wedding and honeymoon
    So you're engaged?
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    (Original post by KingFTw)
    i7 6820k OC
    4 Titan Z
    64 gb RAM
    1000GB SSD
    6TB HDD
    Nice case and fan
    3 38" 4k monitors

    Anyone else agree? :P
    most of these I don't even know what they are lol xx
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    (Original post by scnotcrazy)
    most of these I don't even know what they are lol xx
    Just PC Components.
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    Put £3500 in my savings- and spend the rest
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    (Original post by IAmNero)
    Pay off my debts and buy a new PC
    How much debt are you in?
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    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    Just PC Components.
    aw cool awesome
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    Gamble it all away and hopefully make more.
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    I'm kidding. Put it into savings and invest it toward my future.
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    (Original post by KingFTw)
    i7 6820k OC
    4 Titan Z
    64 gb RAM
    1000GB SSD
    6TB HDD
    Nice case and fan
    3 38" 4k monitors

    Anyone else agree? :P
    And here we have someone that doesn't know much about computers...

    i7 6820k= around £400
    4x Titan Z = £10,076
    64 GB Ram= £222
    1TB SSD = £202
    6TB HDD= £182
    Cases and Fans: £500
    Monitors= At least £2,400
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    (Original post by scnotcrazy)
    aw cool awesome
    The main benefit being that you'd be able to run any game at a decent FPS, at "Ultra" graphics settings.
    Or do high quality image/video editing too.

    Personally I could never put that much money into a PC.
    I'd feel as if I'd have to justify spending so much money on said PC by turning into a "shut-in"
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    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    How much debt are you in?
    £600, not much tbh
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    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    The main benefit being that you'd be able to run any game at a decent FPS, at "Ultra" graphics settings.
    Or do high quality image/video editing too.

    Personally I could never put that much money into a PC.
    I'd feel as if I'd have to justify spending so much money on said PC by turning into a "shut-in"
    what else would you spend the money on then? xx
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    Put it towards house deposit or wedding.
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    (Original post by IAmNero)
    And here we have someone that doesn't know much about computers...

    i7 6820k= around £400
    4x Titan Z = £10,076
    64 GB Ram= £222
    1TB SSD = £202
    6TB HDD= £182
    Cases and Fans: £500
    Monitors= At least £2,400
    Maybe he meant he'll put the £5k towards this setup. Not necessarily hope the £5k alone would cover it all.
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    Probably invest in precious metals like gold, silver or even platinum. I don't like holding onto fiat currency
 
 
 
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