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post #11 of 20
I would personally go with a Corsair HX/AX750 for future CF 6950's just to be safe. A 650W is fine but there really is no downside to more wattage other than a few bucks.

I just picked up the Corsair 600T SE case the other day and man is it sweet! I highly recommend either of the graphite series cases though they are a bit pricey....
post #12 of 20
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im just going to get the seasonic 750 because its in my bugdet, and my current psu is **** and is the reason I cant upgrade and my computer broke.
post #13 of 20
hello friend (never mind but ur wrong)
u should buy these part may increase u PC performance

Intel i7 2600K $315
ASUS P8P67-PRO or P8P67-Deluxe $180 or $235
ASUS 560GTX ti $250
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel E5400(3.7ghz) ASUS P5QPL-AM sapphire hd 5750 Kingston 2gb ddr2 800mhz 
OSMonitor
Win 7 ACER 20" V203H 
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Intel E5400(3.7ghz) ASUS P5QPL-AM sapphire hd 5750 Kingston 2gb ddr2 800mhz 
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Win 7 ACER 20" V203H 
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post #14 of 20
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mmmm...... is the seasonic worth $60 more then the corsair equivalent psu?
post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by ranveer View Post
hello friend (never mind but ur wrong)
u should buy these part may increase u PC performance

Intel i7 2600K $315
ASUS P8P67-PRO or P8P67-Deluxe $180 or $235
ASUS 560GTX ti $250
funny you suggest this cause I was about to ask, should i go with i5 and the board with nf200 and 2 full 16 bandwidth pci-e lanes or the i7 and the cheaper mobo. which would provide best performance for games in crossfire?
post #16 of 20
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I did reed a review that ram below 1600mhz (1333) has a minor performance impact. but just in case i think I can get the g skills evo 2x2 1600mhz cl7 at 1.35 volts, does that have any overclocking room?
Also the 6950 is not reference design, would i still be able to water cool it in the future?
HIS also offers a reference design 6950 btw.
post #17 of 20
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HIS also offers a reference design 6950 btw.
not instock at newegg at the moment, but when I buy it I will check, but if it is not avalible are there generic gpu blocks?
post #18 of 20
it is available at amazon though 269 -MIR if i remember correctly...
post #19 of 20
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just checked they seem to be out of stock too.

on a side note, what do you think is the better choice: the i5 and the SW revolution or the i7 and the p67 pro?
post #20 of 20
in my current build im going for the i7 p67 combo but thats just me =/
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