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Old 05-05-2007, 04:36 PM   #11
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erm you can host them at some where like image shack or photobucket then put
[IMG]Url of Image here [/IMG] around them and they will show up

btw nice build i never fancied water cooling my self partly cos i only have an athlon xp 2000+ and integrated vid at the mo lol and partly cos it is a bind like someone else said having to leak test and shizz like that
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Old 05-05-2007, 08:43 PM   #12
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First off, here are the only things that I would change:
the case, because you need to protect your investment dont skimp on the case, get a big one with plenty of room and cooling, the parts you're puting in wont be fun to install in a small case. i recommend a lian-li or a coolermaster. (these should give you a lot of room for water cooling as well)
Secondly id upgrade the hard drive and buy a western digital raptor, you will not be let down, the performance is great, and the sound isnt that bad trust me.

I definetly wouldnt go with two graphics cards, i mean the single 8800gtx is strong enough to put you into the "great" gaming zone, having one more is an overkill in 95% of the times. Plus i think you would need to upgrade your cpu to stop it from bottlenecking the gpu (if it isnt already going to with a single gtx installed).

apart from that i like the build.

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oh you already bought the parts, oh well.
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Old 05-05-2007, 08:45 PM   #13
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stay with the 8800
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Assuming he bought that E6600, it won't bottle neck one 8800 GTX. Maybe 2, but with only one in the system it will be good.
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