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Old 11-03-2006, 11:35 AM   #11
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Heh, what can I say?
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That ram is amazing but i'll pass 610 ain't worth it.
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Old 11-03-2006, 02:43 PM   #13
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150GB Raptors
4GB DDR2 RAM 800-1066MHz - Popular, well known make, maybe Corsair OCZ?
2X 7950GX2 - SLI
20.1 Widescreen monitor - 8ms response time (just a good gaming monitor really)
AMD AM2 Athlon 64 Dual Core FX62
Asus Crosshair AM2 nForce 590
1.)I would wait until the 8800XTX comes out in november and get it in SLI. It will leave the GX2 Chugging in the dust.

2.)go for a good 22". you can get them for the same price $300-400.

3.)Go for the intel core 2 duo E6600. it can be easily overclocked with a good mobo up to 4GHZ ON AIR. I would reccommend liquid cooling though. Remember, clock speed isnt the only thing that matters with processors.'

4.)and obviously, you will have to change your mobo

5.) if you have unlimited buget like you said, i suggest the following

Thermaltake armour w/ 25cm side fan
Gigabit/asus mobo (make sure it has DDR2800,10/100/1000mbps LAN, and socket LGA 775
Zalman CPU fan
Zalman Liquid cooling
ATI certified OCZ ram
8800XTX (already mentioned)
22"monitor (mentioned aswell)


and anything else i can think of i will put it down
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1.)I would wait until the 8800XTX comes out in november and get it in SLI. It will leave the GX2 Chugging in the dust.

He will probally have trouble putting the 8800XTX in SLI, he could put it in crossfire though
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He will probally have trouble putting the 8800XTX in SLI, he could put it in crossfire though
8800XTX=NVIDIA
NVIDIA=sli
ATI=crossfire

8800XTX=SLI
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uhhh duhhhh

8800XTX=NVIDIA
NVIDIA=sli
ATI=crossfire

8800XTX=SLI

uggg duuhhh ugg duhhhh

I think you mean an 8800GTX.

unless Nvidia started using XTX now......



(i know they use XT, but i didnt think they would go as far as to use XTX )
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uhhh duhhhh
uggg duuhhh ugg duhhhh
and as far as that goes, that is not needed on these forums
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Here you go man

use 2 of these in RAID 0, these are the best + fastest drives you can get.

2X of these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822111151

and 1 of these to control them (one of the best controllers)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16816103013


You will also need 68Pin Scsi Cables.




Get this system you wont regret it,
Highly dobut adaptec is the best, their like nothign compared to the bigger players.

Anyways, with PCI SCSI controllers, the bus speed (132MBPS PCI BUS) will bottleneck the HD's
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Highly dobut adaptec is the best, their like nothign compared to the bigger players.
Adaptec Makes exellent PCI SCSI controllers that work well, i have used them.
But yea there are other Exellent Compaines as well.

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Anyways, with PCI SCSI controllers, the bus speed (132MBPS PCI BUS) will bottleneck the HD's

Most definetly. Thats why i prefer onboard SCSI controllers. But he would have to Change his board then, and probally CPU, maybe memory.

I didnt have time to go looking for a board that has a built in SCSI controller, that supports his selected CPU/Mem is there one? link?
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1.)I would wait until the 8800XTX comes out in november and get it in SLI. It will leave the GX2 Chugging in the dust.

2.)go for a good 22". you can get them for the same price $300-400.

3.)Go for the intel core 2 duo E6600. it can be easily overclocked with a good mobo up to 4GHZ ON AIR. I would reccommend liquid cooling though. Remember, clock speed isnt the only thing that matters with processors.'

4.)and obviously, you will have to change your mobo

5.) if you have unlimited buget like you said, i suggest the following

Thermaltake armour w/ 25cm side fan
Gigabit/asus mobo (make sure it has DDR2800,10/100/1000mbps LAN, and socket LGA 775
Zalman CPU fan
Zalman Liquid cooling
ATI certified OCZ ram
8800XTX (already mentioned)
22"monitor (mentioned aswell)


and anything else i can think of i will put it down
Unless it comes out in the next few days, that ain't gonna happen..it has to be in for monday..

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