In January the north east of Australia was devastated by floods destroying homes, businesses and even whole towns. The one thing the state needs to get back on track is money, and our humble overlord Cameron came up with a great idea to help get everyone around the world involved.
At the end of January TweakTown's Aussie Flood Appeal Dream System was born and for a small donation of just $10 USD you could get a chance to win a beast of a PC that comes in just shy of $5,000 USD.
It's all great and everything to have the parts listed, but don't you wonder just what kind of performance you can get from a machine that could set you back as little as $10 USD? - Well, we did and thought since all these great companies took the time to help bring the parts together, we would take the time to build it and show you just what you can expect.
There's no real formula for what we're doing today, so we'll just be covering the parts we've got in the system while at the same time giving a shout out to the companies that help provide them.
Once we've covered that stuff we'll get stuck into some gaming benchmarks that will help give you an idea on the kind of performance you can expect from this machine. Of course, we'll be overclocking this sucker as well, so before we get stuck into the testing side of things we'll cover what we overclocked and what we ended up with.
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