Paperless Invoices & Work Orders with your Ipad or Tablet

Posted in Logistics News on October 15th, 2012 by Logistics

The Gutter Guy stopped in with his new Ipad 3, and demanded the following:  MAKE THIS FORM PAPERLESS ON MY IPAD.  I WANNA EMAIL IT, PRINT IT, AND SEARCH FOR IT LATER.

Okay, no problem.  A few hours later and his business can fully function directly from his Ipad.

There are many options out there in terms of applications on the Ipad & Android App Stores.  Some cost $, others are free.

With a little research we determined which application would be a good match for Chris the Gutter Guy.  There are many to choose from.

Some work better than others for the particular business.

With some tweaks and some setup, we took his carbon copy invoice sheets and transformed his Ipad into a mobile machine that can pump out invoices as fast as he can install gutters.

He now has the ability to fill out his invoice via talking (thx siri!), add notes via stylus, printing, emailing, searching and saving, all right from his Ipad.

Thanks Chris!

Contact us today analyze your business and set you up with a paperless solution for your business.

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Toshiba Black Screen Motherboard Repair

Posted in Logistics News on September 21st, 2012 by Logistics

TEST SUBJECT:

Toshiba Satellite P505 with a black screen and won’t boot, no beeps and no hex code key blinks.

Trying the obvious ram, screen checks and etc.

HYPOTHESIS:


 

 

 

REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS: Sometimes reflowing the solder, we can reconnect the worn out or corroded/broken solder points on the board.  

Things Required: Heat Gun, Screw drivers, Thermal Paste and knowing how to press a button

DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS >> HERE <<


WITH YOUR NEWLY LEARNED ADVANCED TACTICAL REFLOW TECHNIQUES


WHAT YOUR TOSHIBA LOOKS LIKE NOW:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YOUR INCREDIBLE SKILLS WILL RESULT IN:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAN WE FIX YOURS?  YUP.  DO WE WANT TO?  MAYBE.  CONTACT US OR LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW.

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Fixing a faulty laptop Motherboard or CPU

Posted in Logistics News on August 28th, 2012 by Logistics

The most frustrating laptop issue is no doubt the “no boot / black screen but powers on” can be caused by for a few different reasons.  But without an error code, it’s sometimes hard to tell what the issue can be.  It’s not difficult to check the basic things; swapping memory with known working models, cleaning memory ports, Ac Adapter, verifying the LCD is ok, (the list goes on and on) etc.

If it works AWESOME, YOURE A CERTIFIED COMPUTER TECH!  If not, read on.

In some instances, especially with todays $300 disposable laptops and their “get what you pay for” quality, a faulty motherboard / solder connections to video and/or CPU could most likely be the issue.

Michele, a local Willimantic customer in Connecticut sought us out for her Inspiron M5030 throwing 7 beeps upon bootup, indicating it was a faulty CPU or CPU connection.

It’s very important to narrow down the issue before jumping to the next step, luckily in this case, Dell was kind enough to list the error codes in their service manual.

Without the error codes, its possible to narrow down the problem, but it just takes longer.

After disassembling the unit,  disconnecting and reattaching the CPU, it still wouldn’t boot with the same error codes.

The next few steps is the fun part.  Proceed with caution, we’re not responsible if you blow up your laptop, your house, or anything else that you might try to sue me for.

If you don’t feel comfortable working on your laptop, we offer mail in service or if local to CT, PC or Laptop drop off service.  If we don’t fix it, you don’t get charged.  

Contact us for more information.

Most of these motherboard, CPU/GPU repair jobs are done for around $60.

Steps to take if you want to attempt to fix it yourself

Things you’ll need:  Screwdrivers and any other tools needed to work on your laptop, a Heat Gun (needs to be able to put out around 350-400 degrees F)

Step 1.  Get all the stuff I just described together ^

Step 2.  Disassemble the laptop to reveal the part you want to work on, in this case the CPU, some laptops may require you to take the motherboard out of the unit in order to get to the CPU, GPU and Chipset,

Step 3. *IMPORTANT* Take off heatsink, clean and remove any thermal paste, and any plastic or connections / boards surrounding the CPU, GPU or Chipset.

Step 4.  Most laptops have 3 chips dedicated on board close together, locate them.

In this case:

Step 5.  Apply Heat gun for 2-3 minutes on the area in question to reflow the solder connections.

Step 6.  Reapply thermal paste (we use Arctic Silver for the best results of thermal conductivity), reattach heatsink and anything else you disconnected & boot machine to test your work.

Step 7. If the same problems exist, you may not have left the heat gun on long enough, left it on for too long, orrrrr the board is dead.  Repeat the same steps again for round 2.

If you did it correctly the end result is the following:

Questions? Contact Us or leave a comment below.

 

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MechWarrior Online Custom Gaming PC’s

Posted in Logistics News on July 26th, 2012 by Logistics

Looking for a MechWarrior Online custom gaming PC?

So look no further, and let us build one for you!

Get Newegg Dealer Pricing on all parts.  Simply pay for labor and shipping to you.

All machines come software tuned for games, and absolutely ZERO “junk-ware” and “trial-ware” that slow down your machine.

 

See our portfolio of custom gaming PC’s or contact us.

We will make MechWarrior launch day:  BEST. DAY. EVER.

Contact us for details and have a brand new custom desktop ready for your Mech.

 

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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Custom Computer Build [COMPLETED]

Posted in Logistics News on July 26th, 2012 by Logistics

When Nick from California called us to build him a custom computer for his beta test account on  World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria we were eager to help.

Nick’s request was simple:  Build the best computer possible for under $1700.

Nick, an avid Apple Fan, has been gaming with his iMac for years, but wanted a change.   We setup a consultation and we made a checklist of parts needed for his build.    We came up with a beautiful Windows 7 and Intel i7 build that would last him for many more years of gaming.   We decided to try out the new XION cases. The new Xion Cases (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811208046) were extremely high quality and I would recommend as a great gaming computer case with all the necessary wiring organization, really nice fan control, as well as a nice USB 3.0 front panel and plenty of cooling.

Here are a few pictures and if you’re in the market for one, how you can get ahold of us, learn how the process works, and how you can have one of these masterpieces shipped to your door.

If you are further interested in having us build out a machine for you or your business check out Gallery of builds on our facebook page or contact us for a quote.

Check out how the whole Logistics Custom Computer Build process works, or feel free to send us an email with any questions.

What’s inside the World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Custom Computer

  • Intel i7 3770K (3rd Generation) 3.5ghz
  • Artic Freezer pro v2 cpu cooler (never saw the cpu go over 35C under load)
  • Asus Sabertooth Z77 board
  • EVGA GTX 570 HD 2.5GB
  • Corsair 16gb ddr3
  • Corsair 120gb
  • 600w Corsair Gaming PSU
  • LG DVD-RW
  • Xion Gaming Series 980 Case.

I asked my wife if I could have one of these but she said no, again.

The case looks great and is very well designed.

Check out how the whole Logistics Custom Computer Build process works, or feel free to send us an email with any questions.

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Diablo 3 Custom Gaming Dream Machine build completed!

Posted in Logistics News on May 9th, 2012 by Logistics

We had the chance to build several Custom Diablo 3 PC’s over the past few weeks, however this one stood out in both cost and performance.  The customer is an employee that works for Marvel on the Iron Man 3 project, and when he came to us – his vision was an over the top computer that would be completely compatible with World of Warcraft and Diablo 3 that specifically would run at the highest frame rates possible on his 30″ HD flatscreen.  We did just that for him.   Having to custom order several parts due to supply issues…..Most specifically the CPU and GTX 680 graphics cards; we we’re able to construct the best computer I have ever had the liberty of using.  It kind of deserved it’s own blog post so here are a few pictures and if you’re in the market for one, how you can get ahold of us, learn how the process works, and how you can have one of these masterpieces shipped to your door.

If you are further interested in having us build out a machine for you or your business check out Gallery of builds on our facebook page or contact us for a quote.

Check out how the whole Logistics Custom Computer Build process works, or feel free to send us an email with any questions.

What’s inside the Diablo 3 Dream Machine Custom Computer

  • Intel 6 core – i7 Extreme 3.3ghz
  • Thermaltake Frio LGA2011 cpu cooler (never saw the cpu go over 30C)
  • Asus Sabertooth X79 board
  • EVGA (2) GTX 680′s 2GB in SLI
  • Corsair 32gb ddr3
  • Corsair 120gb x 3 RAID 5 SSD
  • 1500w silverstone PSU
  • LG BD-RW
  • LG DVDRW
  • Rosewill Thor Case v2.

I asked my wife if I could have one but she said no.

Without any tweaking and latest drivers we were able to pull a 16400 score on 3dmark11 performance benchmarks………….

With tweaking and overclocking, i’m sure 20,000 would be an achievable goal.

Check out how the whole Logistics Custom Computer Build process works, or feel free to send us an email with any questions.

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In Need of Connecticut Auto Insurance Call Paradiso Insurance

Posted in Logistics News on April 27th, 2012 by Logistics

There is no doubt that finding the right Auto Insurance Company can be overwhelming.  Luckily in Connecticut, we have Paradiso Insurance.  Owned by Chris Paradiso, Paradiso Insurance offers Connecticut superior, personable and affordable Auto Insurance.  His team of insurance agents are experienced and offer quick turn around on free rate quotes for your commercial, home, auto, life, and investments.

Paradiso Insurance

Located at 8 East Main Street, Stafford Springs CT, Paradiso Insurance can be reached via telephone at 1-800-660-2991.

You can even get a free quote right online here: Paradiso Insurance.

“At Paradiso Insurance, we take pride in providing outstanding insurance products at affordable rates. Whether you’re looking for coverage for your vehicle, home, business, or other investments, we have you covered!

Because we live within your community, we understand the risks you face on a personal level – because we face them too. We are a trusted agent, a neighbor, and a friend. Not only will we provide you with great coverage at the rate you deserve, we also provide the kind of customer care you can only find with a local independent agent.

After discussing your unique needs and budget concerns together, we will shop the top carriers to find the coverage and rate that you’re looking for. We will tailor a policy to meet your requirements that will help you feel protected.

Remember, we’re here for you whenever you need us, especially in the event of a claim. For more information on our insurance products, contact us at any time with any questions you may have. Feel free to also visit our free quote page!”

CT Website Redesign – get everything you dreamed of.

Posted in Logistics News on April 25th, 2012 by Logistics

When Immaculata Retreat House approached us in February 2012 for a website redesign, they had only a few things in mind: A cleaner updated look and feel, painless and easily updatable pages that they could manage in-house, and better results in Google.

We were able to accomodate this request without a problem. Their old website was using 5-7 year old technology, that was pretty painful to update internally.

Logistics Web Design Process Overview

Free Consultation – We always start with a free consultation with you via email, telephone or in person if you are located in Connecticut.  We get to know you and get to understanding your business to create the vision for your website.   With the vision in mind, we evaluate the needs of hosting and website functionality requirements.  We provide a quote and contract that suits your business needs and budget.

Site Structure And Prototype – Once you approve the quote and sign the contract, we start working on the site structure and prototype. Once the design is approved, we will revise it according to your specifications.  We offer a wide array of payment options to suit your business needs and budget.

Building your Website – Next, we will develop your site according to the prototype design you have approved.  This is also the stage where we need the content for the web pages, graphics or videos for your website, and other material that will go into your website design. We would advise you to have all the material as electronic files because anything that needs to be typed or scanned will be charged extra.  We keep Google in mind as all of our sites come standardized with basic feeds to all the major search engines.

Website Launch – After we finish constructing your website, we ask you for the final approval so your site can go live. Before the launch, we would test the website design with different browsers to make sure it is compatible with all browsers that are used on the market.

Ongoing Website Maintenance – After the launch, we can maintain your website for a small fee. If you are interested in internet marketing, we would start our search engine optimization and search engine marketing efforts.

Here the final product for Immaculata Retreat House.  Contact us if you are seeking results on the web today!

Best Computer Builds for Diablo 3

Posted in Logistics News on April 4th, 2012 by Logistics

With Diablo 3 coming May 15th, 2012 – and its generally lenient system requirements - you might want to consider a custom built machine if you are looking forward to playing this game at maximum settings flawlessly.

We are Logistics – based out of North Windham, CT (Eastern CT)  My name is Ben and I generally do the builds for everyone that requests one.  I personally have been building machines since I was about 12 years old.  Have been through a lot of hardware in my 19 years of doing this and always found that high quality electronics build a flawless machine.  You get what you pay for. And luckily for you, if you build with us, youre really not spending much more than what the parts cost.  You tell us your budget – we order it – we build it – stress test it and ship it out to you.

Diablo 3 has been a long awaited title since before I can even remember.  Diablo 1 and 2 were some of the best games I’ve ever played and I will be getting a copy of Diablo 3 on release day and playing with my friends and family.

We recommend building a machine with us because it will last for years and years to come, and if something DOES break………..The Manufacturers back up the products we use for 3-5 YEARS.  For a mere $200 (our build fee)  and generally around 35-50$ we fedex the machine to your door in 1-2 days after it’s built.  (1 – 2 weeks depending on our workload).

Here’s a little secret – building a machine is probably one of my favorite things to do.  We spend a lot of time, routing wires so they are hidden for maximum cooling, and stress test all your parts so there are no issues once you get it.

*** CHECK OUR BUILDS HERE! INTERESTED IN HAVING US BUILD YOU A FLAWLESS DIABLO 3 GAMING RIG??? CLICK HERE *********

 

 

You get NEWEGG Dealer pricing on all parts if ordered with us – full quote on parts list + labor emailed for customer approval before any work is done!

With all the available hardware options for computers out there, there has to be a way for the average gamer to differentiate between what machine to build at a price that not only makes sense to your wallet, but also plays the games that are out now and for years to come.

In this article I will go over manufacturers to use when building a machine that will play the new Diablo 3 game by Blizzard.

Keep in mind that from month to month, manufacturers are constantly coming out with newer, faster and more expensive hardware so what is expensive and top of the line this month, might not be the case next month. It is important to keep on top of what is being released to gauge what will make sense in your build. For example a GTX560 video card might be 299$ this month but the new 600 models might come out in the next month dropping the price of the 560′s to $199. Same goes with CPU’s, Motherboards and etc.

First of all – let’s get this point very clear – you get what you pay for – spending money on some no name parts is going to get you an unstable system. This includes but is not limited to:  Locking up and Freezing, Random Rebooting, and all of the things that will piss you off.  So if you know your system builder, ask them what they are using for parts – if they don’t know or reply back with some junk brand name – don’t waste your time or money.

If you just spent $400 on “the best gaming computer” from a local shop I would be very skeptical and even more worried that it wouldn’t last much longer than 6 months.  Also, the Dell your parents bought you with with an added GFX Card from Best Buy also doesn’t qualify as a gaming machine.

Even gig companies like Alienware, or CYBERPOWER PC! YA SO COOL! CYBER POWER! use a few top shelf parts in their rigs but will skimp on things like motherboard and power supply in the end to make a few bucks. That’s not to say their 5 – 6000$ machines don’t though. But if you are spending 5-6000$ on a gaming PC you we’re ripped off.

When you are building a new gaming machine, really plan on spending anywhere from 1000$-1700$. Depending on parts used of course, this will give you a nice medium to high end build that should last between 4-6 years of play without having to upgrade much of anything. (This has been current trend the last 10 years – the hardware far outplays the software that comes out).

Let’s go over some manufacturers:

CPU: Intel

Motherboard: Asus – although AsRock has been making some real quality units lately, and their bios setup is really nice. Not to mention their price.

Memory: Corsair – Mushkin (best memory manufacturers on the market)

Video Card: EVGA, Asus are among the best brands youll want to go with.

Power Supply: Corsair, Enermax, Mushkin(discontinued) are among the best you can find. Remember, power is important, it is the blood stream of the system – And one of the most important selections you can make. 600W or less for single card GPU machines, and 750 and up for more than 1 Video Card.

Hard Drive: SSD – CORSAIR or INTEL (updated firmware versions only) – SATA – Western Digital – Fast, Reliable and if they do break down their Advanced RMA feature is very convenient. Not to mention 3-5yr year warranties.

Case: NZXT, Antec, Thermaltake are the better brands. Case selection is important because it gives the machine proper cable management as well as good ventilation for cooling.

Heatsink/CPU Fan: Thermaltake, Tuniq and too many more to list – Tons of options here, the stock fans that come with the i7 from intel are really pretty bad. They don’t always clip in right to the motherboard and can be a pain to seat in general. We do recommend upgrading it for 30-50$ depending on your budget.

This is a very basic list of the parts you’ll want to have your PC built with. If you take this advice, you not only will get a machine that will play the games at a desired speed, but you’ll also get a machine that you can enjoy for years to come as well as have piece of mind from recovering from a failure (most of these manufacturers offer 3-5yr or even LIFETIME warranties on their parts).

Logistics Custom Desktops are built using top shelf parts and we even give you dealer pricing on all the parts, generally all we charge you is a build fee somewhere between 200-300$ depending on configuration.

You get NEWEGG Dealer pricing on all parts if ordered with us – full quote on parts list + labor emailed for customer approval before any work is done!

Or order your parts and have us put it together, configure it and set up your software. We also back our machines with 1 year support on all software issues – viruses and any troubleshooting + labor is all included in the price. If you are interested in having us build you a machine contact us.

We’ll build you the best machine your money can buy – our price includes all parts & labor ($200 build fee) + shipping to your door.

Here are some of our customers machines that we have built w/ specs:

A computer fortress. Dan from VA is going to be very happy. 3 PC’s with the following Specs. i7 3.4ghz w/ arctic cooler pro v2, corsair 16GB ddr3 memory, Asus Z68-v, Corsair 600W, evga gtx560 2gb, 120gb corsair SSD, 1.5tb WD caviar black for storage, BD-RAM, DVD-RW, memory card reader, NZXT phantom black cases. Boots into windows 7 64-bit in 7 seconds. Fun and exciting project.[Total Build Cost $5700 (3 pc's)]
Customer built this beast for Star Wars The Old Republic MMO. This PC is packing an i7 3.4ghz on an asus z68-v pro board 16gb corsair ddr, GTX 580 3gb, 600w corsair, corsair case, 120gb intel ssd, and 500gb wd caviar black with an lg dvdrw. on windows 7 64-bit[Total Build Cost $1900]

Antec 300 Gaming Case / i7-2600K (3.4ghz) / 16GB DDR3 / Asus Z68 Pro Rev3 / GTX 560 ti 1GB / 600W Corsair PSU / LG Bluray Combo Drive / 120GB Corsair SSD / 500GB WD Caviar Blue / Windows 7 HP 64-bit[Total Build Cost $1700]
Thor gaming tower, Intel i7-950 3.06ghz, 6GB Corsair DDR3, X58 Sabertooth, GTX 465 1GB, WD 500GB Sata 3, DVDRW, Corsair 750W PS, Windows 7 HP 64bit[Total Build Cost $1500]
i7 860 2.8ghz quad core – 4gb mushkin ddr3 ram – 9800gt 1gb pci-e – asus p55 chipset p7p55d pro – lg 22x dvd-rw – 1tb wd caviar black – 23″ Hanns G LCD – windows 7 64-bit – nzxt hades case[Total Build Cost $1300]
HAF Case, i7-950 3.06Ghz, 6GB Mushkin 12800 DDR3, GTX 460, 640GB SATA 3 6.0GB/s, 1kw Mushkin Power Supply, Asus Sabertooth X58 Board, LG DVD-RW, custom lighting installed.[Total Build Cost: $1500]

NZXT Phantom Red Case / i7-950 3.06Ghz / Nvidia GTX 560 1GB / 12GB DDR3 Corsair 12800 / 500GB WD Caviar Black / Asus X58 Sabertooth / Corsair 600W PSU

[Total Build Cost $1700]

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Best Gaming Computer Builds for SWTOR & WOW

Posted in Logistics News on December 19th, 2011 by Logistics

*** CHECK OUR BUILDS HERE! INTERESTED IN HAVING US BUILD YOU A FLAWLESS SWTOR OR WOW GAMING RIG??? CLICK HERE *********

You get NEWEGG Dealer pricing on all parts if ordered with us – full quote on parts list + labor emailed for customer approval before any work is done!

With all the available hardware options for computers out there, there has to be a way for the average gamer to differentiate between what machine to build at a price that not only makes sense to your wallet, but also plays the games that are out now and for years to come.

In this article I will go over manufacturers to use when building a machine that will play the new SWTOR (Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO ) Game and (WOW) World Of Warcraft.

Keep in mind that from month to month, manufacturers are constantly coming out with newer, faster and more expensive hardware so what is expensive and top of the line this month, might not be the case next month. It is important to keep on top of what is being released to gauge what will make sense in your build. For example a GTX560 video card might be 299$ this month but the new 600 models might come out in the next month dropping the price of the 560′s to $199. Same goes with CPU’s, Motherboards and etc.

First of all – let’s get this point very clear – you get what you pay for – spending money on some no name parts is going to get you an unstable system. This includes but is not limited to:  Locking up and Freezing, Random Rebooting, and all of the things that will piss you off.  So if you know your system builder, ask them what they are using for parts – if they don’t know or reply back with some junk brand name – don’t waste your time or money.

If you just spent $400 on “the best gaming computer” from a local shop I would be very skeptical and even more worried that it wouldn’t last much longer than 6 months.  Also, the Dell your parents bought you with with an added GFX Card from Best Buy also doesn’t qualify as a gaming machine.

Even gig companies like Alienware, or CYBERPOWER PC! YA SO COOL! CYBER POWER! use a few top shelf parts in their rigs but will skimp on things like motherboard and power supply in the end to make a few bucks. That’s not to say their 5 – 6000$ machines don’t though. But if you are spending 5-6000$ on a gaming PC you we’re ripped off.

When you are building a new gaming machine, really plan on spending anywhere from 1000$-1700$. Depending on parts used of course, this will give you a nice medium to high end build that should last between 4-6 years of play without having to upgrade much of anything. (This has been current trend the last 10 years – the hardware far outplays the software that comes out).

Let’s go over some manufacturers:

CPU: Intel

Motherboard: Asus – although AsRock has been making some real quality units lately, and their bios setup is really nice. Not to mention their price.

Memory: Corsair – Mushkin (best memory manufacturers on the market)

Video Card: EVGA, Asus are among the best brands youll want to go with.

Power Supply: Corsair, Enermax, Mushkin(discontinued) are among the best you can find. Remember, power is important, it is the blood stream of the system – And one of the most important selections you can make. 600W or less for single card GPU machines, and 750 and up for more than 1 Video Card.

Hard Drive: SSD – CORSAIR or INTEL (updated firmware versions only) – SATA – Western Digital – Fast, Reliable and if they do break down their Advanced RMA feature is very convenient. Not to mention 3-5yr year warranties.

Case: NZXT, Antec, Thermaltake are the better brands. Case selection is important because it gives the machine proper cable management as well as good ventilation for cooling.

Heatsink/CPU Fan: Thermaltake, Tuniq and too many more to list – Tons of options here, the stock fans that come with the i7 from intel are really pretty bad. They don’t always clip in right to the motherboard and can be a pain to seat in general. We do recommend upgrading it for 30-50$ depending on your budget.

This is a very basic list of the parts you’ll want to have your PC built with. If you take this advice, you not only will get a machine that will play the games at a desired speed, but you’ll also get a machine that you can enjoy for years to come as well as have piece of mind from recovering from a failure (most of these manufacturers offer 3-5yr or even LIFETIME warranties on their parts).

Logistics Custom Desktops are built using top shelf parts and we even give you dealer pricing on all the parts, generally all we charge you is a build fee somewhere between 200-300$ depending on configuration.


You get NEWEGG Dealer pricing on all parts if ordered with us – full quote on parts list + labor emailed for customer approval before any work is done!

Or order your parts and have us put it together, configure it and set up your software. We also back our machines with 1 year support on all software issues – viruses and any troubleshooting + labor is all included in the price. If you are interested in having us build you a machine contact us.

We’ll build you the best machine your money can buy – our price includes all parts & labor ($200 build fee) + shipping to your door.

Here are some of our customers machines that we have built w/ specs:

A computer fortress. Dan from VA is going to be very happy. 3 PC’s with the following Specs. i7 3.4ghz w/ arctic cooler pro v2, corsair 16GB ddr3 memory, Asus Z68-v, Corsair 600W, evga gtx560 2gb, 120gb corsair SSD, 1.5tb WD caviar black for storage, BD-RAM, DVD-RW, memory card reader, NZXT phantom black cases. Boots into windows 7 64-bit in 7 seconds. Fun and exciting project.

[Total Build Cost $5700 (3 pc's)]

Customer built this beast for Star Wars The Old Republic MMO. This PC is packing an i7 3.4ghz on an asus z68-v pro board 16gb corsair ddr, GTX 580 3gb, 600w corsair, corsair case, 120gb intel ssd, and 500gb wd caviar black with an lg dvdrw. on windows 7 64-bit

[Total Build Cost $1900]


Antec 300 Gaming Case / i7-2600K (3.4ghz) / 16GB DDR3 / Asus Z68 Pro Rev3 / GTX 560 ti 1GB / 600W Corsair PSU / LG Bluray Combo Drive / 120GB Corsair SSD / 500GB WD Caviar Blue / Windows 7 HP 64-bit

[Total Build Cost $1700]

Thor gaming tower, Intel i7-950 3.06ghz, 6GB Corsair DDR3, X58 Sabertooth, GTX 465 1GB, WD 500GB Sata 3, DVDRW, Corsair 750W PS, Windows 7 HP 64bit

[Total Build Cost $1500]

i7 860 2.8ghz quad core – 4gb mushkin ddr3 ram – 9800gt 1gb pci-e – asus p55 chipset p7p55d pro – lg 22x dvd-rw – 1tb wd caviar black – 23″ Hanns G LCD – windows 7 64-bit – nzxt hades case

[Total Build Cost $1300]

HAF Case, i7-950 3.06Ghz, 6GB Mushkin 12800 DDR3, GTX 460, 640GB SATA 3 6.0GB/s, 1kw Mushkin Power Supply, Asus Sabertooth X58 Board, LG DVD-RW, custom lighting installed.

[Total Build Cost: $1500]


NZXT Phantom Red Case / i7-950 3.06Ghz / Nvidia GTX 560 1GB / 12GB DDR3 Corsair 12800 / 500GB WD Caviar Black / Asus X58 Sabertooth / Corsair 600W PSU


[Total Build Cost $1700]

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