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So you have 2 x 4TB + 2TB + 3TB. Thought about 6 or 8TB drives or is that too much money? Have you thought about a NAS? Put it in a corner so you don't have to look at it and you can connect it to all the systems in the house. I've got a 20TB FreeNAS server that I can access through all my systems. Living room PC is a tiny dual core pocket PC that just gets used for accessing the server and playing video files.
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Can you give it a go on the good old Cinebench 11.5?
It's 1156, not 1366.To OP: Silicon lottery. Try 4 GHz see if it accepts it at default voltage. I've had a 550 running at 4.6 GHz with 1.4V using a 92mm OEM AIO.
You can always get an external bluray drive. Here's my Lian-li setup: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-eJ1WR7phKgLWVpeTJCdXVRQWM
 
Bad advice, SLI-ing older GPUs.To OP, 390X or 390 would be about 30-40% faster than a 770. Consider an R9 fury if you have the budget for it.
The best advice I can give you is to NOT "upgrade" to windows 10.
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