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Originally Posted by Caleal View Post
Yeah those are fast, but you can't boot PCI.

I would get a normal SSD to boot from, and that PCI for storage. Or a raided SSD array for storage.

If he wants things as fast as possible, he won't like the wait for the Raid array to load while booting the system.

Also, no a 360 won't handle all 3 gpus and 990x. You're going to need more rad than that.

I am also on the same boat as don't go 3x580s, simply because there is more room for issue. He is expecting absolutely no hiccups for that price. No need to mess with SLI drivers .
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post #22 of 39
2600k
Get him ONE 580.
24GB of RAM
Tons of SSDs and you are good to go
Watercool it in a 800D: 360 or 480 rad will do.

Just my thoughts.
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post #23 of 39
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Alright, thanks for the input you guys. So, I'm updating here:
Changing to Corsair 800D Case
Changing to 1x GTX590
Dropping in SSDs...
+2x 3TB drives in RAID 0.
May or may not switch to Sandy Bridge. I really like the sound of 6 cores. Need some swaying in either direction.
This might change to an SSD discussion. What SSDs would you guys recommend? I originally had the Gigabyte G1 Sniper+the 990x in that HAF X case, if you need that kind of information.
I would prefer to keep it as an actual drive as opposed to a PCI card...simplifies installation. And I would like to have the drives as high capacity as possible. So, more input requested.
Again, like I said...stick from using Raid (at least Intel Matrix raid) because it will slow boot time a considerable amount.
I have no experience with Hardware Raid cards, but they may eliminate this boot time. However, again, I don't think you can boot from them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227665

A single one of those should suffice as his boot drive fine.
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post #24 of 39
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I thought you weren't supposed to RAID SSD?
Wrong:

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post #25 of 39
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Yeah those are fast, but you can't boot PCI.
With a compatible motherboard, Revodrives are bootable.
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post #26 of 39
I wouldn't RAID 0 2 or more 3TB hard drives. I would actually put them in RAID 1 or any other RAID with redundancy. Filling up 6TB or more across two or more drives will just be bad. One bad drive and the whole array is gone.

Edit: Seems like there are more North Texans on OCN now.
    
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post #27 of 39
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Originally Posted by fl0w3n View Post
Yeah those are fast, but you can't boot PCI.

I would get a normal SSD to boot from, and that PCI for storage. Or a raided SSD array for storage.

If he wants things as fast as possible, he won't like the wait for the Raid array to load while booting the system.

Also, no a 360 won't handle all 3 gpus and 990x. You're going to need more rad than that.

I am also on the same boat as don't go 3x580s, simply because there is more room for issue. He is expecting absolutely no hiccups for that price. No need to mess with SLI drivers .
How did you come with 1 CPU and 3 GPUs won't work on a single RX360 rad?
     
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post #28 of 39
TSK TSK TSK. Everyone on here talking about raid-0. I personally would go with the added security of raid-5 (lose a small amount of performance, but if a drive dies, then your data is still there, as opposed to with raid-0, if 1 drive dies, the *whole* array of data is lost. I would set up two to four 2TB hdds in raid-5 for media and such. And two ssd's in raid-0 for the operating system, page file, etc.
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post #29 of 39
As far as waiting for raid to load when booting. That isn't so much of an issue in my eyes due to the fact that most pc's (this one included) will stay on 24/7. An extra 10-30 seconds (not sure on exact times) added to the boot time, is well worth the benefits of a raid array in the end, in my opinion.
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post #30 of 39
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Originally Posted by Caleal View Post
With a compatible motherboard, Revodrives are bootable.
Sweet, haven't been paying attention too much to PCI SSD's and last I had heard it wasn't possible. What boards can boot this?
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Originally Posted by ezveedub View Post
How did you come with 1 CPU and 3 GPUs won't work on a single RX360 rad?
Magic.
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