Originally Posted by sockpirate
link should work now.
On this rig probably not, but my current rig i will more than likely. Depending on which is the better OCer. I know high frequency ram can get in the way of those tests though.
Was maybe thinking about going with these too. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...te%20Vengeance
there pretty decent, but you might wana take a look at this thread first, could help you pick one that wil suit your needs best
There are a few that I have recommended, so take a look.
Overclocking & Choosing RAM for Sandybridge H67/P67/Z68.
Originally Posted by Robilar
you could save $150 on the motherboard and get essentially the same overclocking results with the Asus P8P67 Pro.
SLI runs just fine on 8x8x so no absolute need for an NF200 chip either.
Also the Asus Matrix cards are a waste of money. Go with the DirectCU-II versions (I've tested both). They overclock the same, have an equally powerfully aftermarket cooling and are a fair bit cheaper.
Everything else looks fine, perhaps a 2500k if you don't absolutely require HT.
Also have to agree with Robilar on this one, the Asus P8P67 PRO is a monster!!! alternative go for the WS revo, it has the nf200 for tri sli.
Why not the 2500k? it's enough for gaming unlkess ofcourse you require HT.