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post #91 of 166
Easily an 2600k would crush an i7 970 in most benchmarks while costing like $300-500 less.

If you needed the X-Fi, then on newegg you can get it for ~$120, and you would still have saved money if you went with the 2600k, but people these days stick with the problematic (notso)realtek audio.
post #92 of 166
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Umm, Mechanical Keyboards ... ? It feels like my Nostromo is built like a Mechanical Keyboard actually and the response it perfect, im pretty good with it .

Here is a list, but that is really small amount... what are the benefits to owning these when I have two ther keyboards that still work? In the same breath I will say my "stay at home keyboard" the G15 is old and gross right now lol. I may consider it, hmmm. I also have a pretty good mouse that came with my ASUS and it supposed to be a RAzer Mouse or something , I hardly use it so I really would have to find a way to justify me having a Xai , even though I would buy a Xai . Thats like 3 Keyboards ( 2 the other one is crap) and Three very good mice ( not blind)
    
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7/10 not a total beast but enough to take out half a city
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post #94 of 166
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Originally Posted by neelwebs View Post
Easily an 2600k would crush an i7 970 in most benchmarks while costing like $300-500 less.

If you needed the X-Fi, then on newegg you can get it for ~$120, and you would still have saved money if you went with the 2600k, but people these days stick with the problematic (notso)realtek audio.
Hmm?

My board comes with a Real Creative Audio Soundblaster X-Fi Card, if it had not been for that I and the killer NIC... which really the Killer NIC doesn't matter all that much then I would have purchased the Fatality Sound Card with the Front plate without hesitation . I do not like this... "Reeeeaaal Tek" lol, I am stuck with having to use it on my ASUS G73 24/7 and the sound quality is ok but I have not yet felt what my Sennheiser Pro 360 can really do under a better soundcard ... sadly.

I keep telling yo guys that I did buy a 2600k at first but took it back because I wanted a Sniper Mobo without the wait. I am wondering why it took them so long to produce a sniper Mobo ( G1.Sniper 2) for Sandybridge when its pushing the end of the year... that really makes you think of what boards might be out right after that because as I see it, the G1.Sniper 2 Board cost only 50.dollars less... -_- 359.99 and I would save a chunk over 100 dollars by switching to 2600k . But I will never get this computer running if I keep pushing the time back. One week off work wont even give me the time to send parts back and wait and get more parts, my job is spontaneous... they could call and say "Hey we need you in LA for 2 weeks" welp there went my time, then after that... OK now go back to a site in Santa Cruise for a month and work there and after that now goto Fremont for another month ( If I take time off I DO NOT get paid) Max time I can take off is 2 weeks if that... and I have to have money saved on the side to survive not being paid. Sorry guys my life style is just different from yours
    
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post #95 of 166
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7/10 not a total beast but enough to take out half a city
Agreed... Total Beast would look like Bane in Batman Arkham Asylum, Green Water cooled veins pumping in through the computer while it is overclocked like a monster on 4 590GTXs with 6 monitors while the system is ( how can I put this) Juggernaut through everything you throw at it and the momentum is so great that it distorts time and space creating a black hole that sucks in everyone around you within a 10 mile radius destroying life as we know it and causing post apocalyptic warfare. = Beast

I am sure no one has the computer that runs on the "Terminator Fuel cell yet" hehe
    
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post #97 of 166
Just in response to all the "3GB for 1 monitor" replies.

Just because games don't use that much video memory on a single monitor 1080p in 2011, does not mean they wont in 2012 2013 2014 etc.

If you could afford it which you obviously could because you purchased it, then its better to overkill a system than have a brand new rig that cant handle games now and into the future...

I rate it 7/10, personally i would have gone SB with a 2600k, a 1.5Gb 580 and 12Gb max RAM
Used the savings to buy a second 580 and do SLI (not sure if the G1 can do SLI but yeah)
Edited by L D4WG - 8/20/11 at 5:06am
post #98 of 166
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Umm, Mechanical Keyboards ... ? It feels like my Nostromo is built like a Mechanical Keyboard actually and the response it perfect, im pretty good with it .

Here is a list, but that is really small amount... what are the benefits to owning these when I have two ther keyboards that still work? In the same breath I will say my "stay at home keyboard" the G15 is old and gross right now lol. I may consider it, hmmm. I also have a pretty good mouse that came with my ASUS and it supposed to be a RAzer Mouse or something , I hardly use it so I really would have to find a way to justify me having a Xai , even though I would buy a Xai . Thats like 3 Keyboards ( 2 the other one is crap) and Three very good mice ( not blind)
If you look around more and more on the site, a lot of people will strongly discourage any Razer product (then again, there are those people that back it all the way). The only Razer products I've used have been at my buddy's house (I want to say the board is a Lycosca, don't remember what the mouse was). They felt O.K., but not only did the board barely keep up with my typing, but I found it very uncomfortable like my G15 that I had. Anyways, my G15 finally started to crap out after 3 years (keep in mind, it was well maintained), once this happened I decided to give a mechanical keyboard a try. It is amazing to say the least. If you don't mind spending money a little extra money on a quality product, I emplore you to give one a try.

http://www.overclock.net/keyboards/4...ard-guide.html
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If you look around more and more on the site, a lot of people will strongly discourage any Razer product (then again, there are those people that back it all the way). The only Razer products I've used have been at my buddy's house (I want to say the board is a Lycosca, don't remember what the mouse was). They felt O.K., but not only did the board barely keep up with my typing, but I found it very uncomfortable like my G15 that I had. Anyways, my G15 finally started to crap out after 3 years (keep in mind, it was well maintained), once this happened I decided to give a mechanical keyboard a try. It is amazing to say the least. If you don't mind spending money a little extra money on a quality product, I emplore you to give one a try.

http://www.overclock.net/keyboards/4...ard-guide.html
Theres too many... -_-


Just point one out damnit
    
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post #100 of 166
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Just in response to all the "3GB for 1 monitor" replies.

Just because games don't use that much video memory on a single monitor 1080p in 2011, does not mean they wont in 2012 2013 2014 etc.

If you could afford it which you obviously could because you purchased it, then its better to overkill a system than have a brand new rig that cant handle games now and into the future...

I rate it 7/10, personally i would have gone SB with a 2600k, a 1.5Gb 580 and 12Gb max RAM
Used the savings to buy a second 580 and do SLI (not sure if the G1 can do SLI but yeah)
G1.Sniper does SLi and Crossfire... it is great
    
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