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It's power overwhelming!!!

The rig is about 3-4 years old, I got it all prior to working in the tech industry from my friend at NVIDIA.
Ohh I see!

Now ask MSI to sponsor your "real" POWER OVERWHELMING build
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post #32 of 35
It's better than a 2600K. it's a little slower because of 5ghz>4GHZ, but TRI-SLI won't bottleneck on it.

6 Cores is good for encoding <3
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But ya, you guys might be right. Because I have friends on steam telling me to keep the 980 for when BC3 comes out because it's going to be cpu independent but I think 2600 will be good enough and I could sell cpu and use it for SSD and give rest to friend.
SB-E > 980x - just sayin'.

The cash you make now, can be used towards SB-E.

Edited by 2010rig - 5/24/11 at 7:14pm
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post #34 of 35
Sell it and then buy either bulldozer or ivy bridge when they come out that's what i would do anyway.
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I am looking for a new cpu cause on my Athlon encoding large files is just pushing me to my limits of trowing it out of the window.
I will give you $250, if that is too low i will rise the price up, I will pay shipping and insurance.
Do you live in Texas or Michigan?


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