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Not only is it a good job but he's getting to put together a killer rig with GTX 580's in SLI.

My CM HAF 912 is a great mid-tower (see public pic) w/customized side panel, only I don't have much room from the PSU to the mobo. Nicely spacious full size tower.

Are those GTX 580's ASUS reference?
     
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I love my job, too even though the pay sucks!

Today I got 10 systems rdy to build out of the 23 I have to build.

I'm building 23 Core i3 machines w/ recycled cases for my College which I work for as a student. Each system costing around $350 instead of the pricy $800 dell asks for their half performance system compared to the ones I'm building.

Anyways I think I'm off topic , but it must be nice to have so many 580s in your hands.
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Not only is it a good job but he's getting to put together a killer rig with GTX 580's in SLI.

My CM HAF 912 is a great mid-tower (see public pic) w/customized side panel, only I don't have much room from the PSU to the mobo. Nicely spacious full size tower.

Are those GTX 580's ASUS reference?
Palit 3Gb cards, bridge is from the maximus IV board.
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I love my job, too even though the pay sucks!

Today I got 10 systems rdy to build out of the 23 I have to build.

I'm building 23 Core i3 machines w/ recycled cases for my College which I work for as a student. Each system costing around $350 instead of the pricy $800 dell asks for their half performance system compared to the ones I'm building.

Anyways I think I'm off topic , but it must be nice to have so many 580s in your hands.
Yeah I was going to see if I could get a photo of me with them for my avitar

It will have to be xfire 6990's from the next build..

Just an unusual day having 3 SLI 580 builds in one day. 2 EVGA SC's, 2 asus Black opps edition cards and 2 Asus DCII's (three slots thick).
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Palit 3Gb cards, bridge is from the maximus IV board.
Nice - though you don't need to, IF you can afford it, I'd change your ATI 5770 to those GTX 580's w/a new PSU. You'll absolutely love it, I'm positive.

I can't wait to SLI mine for extreme 3D gaming and 3D movies soon.
     
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Nice - though you don't need to, IF you can afford it, I'd change your ATI 5770 to those GTX 580's w/a new PSU. You'll absolutely love it, I'm positive.

I can't wait to SLI mine for extreme 3D gaming and 3D movies soon.
I was thinking of selling my 5770's for a 560TI and going SLI with bulldozer
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I was thinking of selling my 5770's for a 560TI and going SLI with bulldozer
That would be sweet. The GTX 560's as you probably already know are over clock beasts.
     
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wow can you teach me how to do cablings? my case look like a mess with all the cables
or maybe it's just cause i have a cheap case with no holes for cables to go to back.
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Thats an utterly stupid statement. U reckon the client doesn't go through the parts list an approve them first??
I own a PC repair shop or at least I use too. I can vouch for that, customers are completely stupid when purchasing custom rigs. If they knew what they where talking about they would not have come to me.
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