NVIDIA's Ultimate Dream PC

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A special NVIDIA GeForce FX 5950 Ultra graphics processing unit (GPU) running at overclocked frequencies.
A special, overclocked AMD Athlon 64 FX 51 processor.
A Samsung SyncMaster 211MP 21-inch, high-resolution LCD/TV monitor.
A Logitech Z-680 Dolby Digital 5.1 speaker system.
A Logitech Cordless MX Duo keyboard, mouse, and gaming controllers, including a 2.4GHz cordless joystick, Cordless RumblePad gamepad, and Momo Racing Force Feedback Wheel.
Four Hitachi 7K2 250GB hard drives for a total of one terabyte of storage capacity.
A 10-layer, custom-painted, aluminum case provided by Falcon Northwest.


"Our goal at NVIDIA is to build products and technologies that touch people’s lives,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, president and CEO of NVIDIA. “I would like to thank our friends who have helped create this very special opportunity. With their generous support, we hope we can make a small difference this holiday season."

But wait, there's much, much more...
The winning bidder will also receive a cornucopia of this year’s hottest PC games, including: Call of Duty, Command &Conquer: Generals, Halo PC, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, Madden NFL 2004, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, NBA Live 2004, NASCAR Thunder 2004, Star Wars: An Empire Divided, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004, Sim City 4 Deluxe Edition, Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness, Tron 2.0, Unreal Tournament 2003, and more.

In addition, the winning bidder will receive five hours of a personal "gaming tutorial" by a member of the NVIDIA-sponsored professional PC gaming team, Team 3D. Recently, Team 3D took second place in the World Cyber Games Championship (WCG) in Seoul, Korea.

The retail cost of the PC could be estimated at $16,000, if standard processors were used instead of the specially selected ultra-high performance parts provided by NVIDIA and AMD. It is hoped that the winning bid for the PC—which is signed by NVIDIA and AMD presidents Jen-Hsun Huang and Hector Ruiz respectively—will be enough to feed more than 32,000 people this holiday season.

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