Summary: Wow, this must be the first time I see something truly misleading on Amazon. A "bundle" in PC terms is normally a CPU, a board and memory. The funny thing is that the image clearly shows such hardware components and also claims to be a "bundle". Truth is, you get a CPU (which normally is about $220) a T-Shirt and a game coupon, incredibly, outrageously overpriced. It's beyond me why Amazon lists this, this is entirely misleading and the price is ridiculous.
Summary: This listing has been changed multiple times since I originally bought the product and I am now out a decent chunk of money do to false advertising and a bait and switch scheme by this company, I will never buy from them again and I recommend that no one else does either
Summary: Let me clear something up; this is not a bundle. It is advertised as one with a computer case, power supply, memory, motherboard and processor. I only received a processor. TigerDirect has been involved in sales fraud lawsuits in the past. Is this another case of bait and switch? This needs to be fixed. Honor customer's purchases and change this listing to reflect what you are sending out.
Summary: As of August 28 the first picture shows an ATX motherboard, processor, memory, power supply and a chassis. Yet the shipping weight is listed as 3 pounds. How could this be? I think this product might be what is shown in the other image, just the processor and some T-shirt give away. To call this a "bundle" with a free T shirt is bogus.