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Most likely the Kingwin platinium or the gold one not sure yet.

For the SSD i was going to install the OS only games on the HD..
1080 p sounds good unless i can go higher..
post #12 of 13

You can't go higher than 1080p, That's it.. for now!

for the SSD as DjGlenn said, 64GB+.

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post #13 of 13
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What about dual card set ups? like double 460's or other configurations ? arent they better than gtx 560ti or 570 or 580 ?
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