AnandTech has updated its dream system configuration, and the article got me thinking. I don't agree with a lot of AnandTech's dream specs, but an ultimate dream PC is something that can be very personal depending on what you use your computer for. Rigs geared towards gaming will have a very different spec than those intended for DV editing or CAD; compromises somewhere along the line are inevitable.
What I'm curious about is what you would put inside your dream system. If money were no object and you had to put together a system today, what would your dream system be?
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