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Sounds good, now you need to get an extra rad, 240 just isn't enough to cool everything.
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post #12 of 21
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The 650D is a beautiful and well made case, you should have no troubles fitting 2 580's especially if they are going to be WC'd.

However, if your water cooling everything you will want multiple or a bigger rad.

A single 240 on 2 GPU's and a CPU doesn't look too promising.
I agree that the 650D is a nice looking case and it shows off whats inside nicely.
Just the CPU and GPU's are getting watercooled.

Think it will run Minecraft ok? :S
Edited by dantheman121 - 10/6/11 at 1:07am
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"How good is the current top of the line Intel Processor matched up with 2 top of the line GPUs? Oh, no that's crap, because I don't know what I'm talking about and should NOT be posting in this thread just for the simple fact I'm an idiot."

Fixed.
Sarcasm, you don't get it.
post #14 of 21
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I need to find a decent moniter now, preferably 1900x1200 with a 1ms responce, anyone know any good ones?
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post #15 of 21
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I need to find a decent moniter now, preferably 1900x1200 with a 1ms responce, anyone know any good ones?
Mines pretty sweet, but 1920x1200 monitors hard to find these days. Your best off buying a 1080p 3D 120Hz capable display since there close in price what you'd expect to pay for 1200p 60hz screen anyway.
 
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post #16 of 21
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Mines pretty sweet, but 1920x1200 monitors hard to find these days. Your best off buying a 1080p 3D 120Hz capable display since there close in price what you'd expect to pay for 1200p 60hz screen anyway.
Ok cool, know any decent ones?
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post #17 of 21
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Ok cool, know any decent ones?
Check Newegg they did have their 23" 120hz 3D Acer monitors for about $330.

Ill get you the exact model number when I get home.

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EDIT - Acer 3D Ready $339
Edited by Dustin1 - 10/6/11 at 12:28pm
 
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post #18 of 21
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Check Newegg they did have their 23" 120hz 3D Acer monitors for about $330.

Ill get you the exact model number when I get home.

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EDIT - Acer 3D Ready $339
Looks good but I think I found something better:-
Iiyama ProLite E2773HDS 27" Widescreen LED 1MS Monitor @ 1080p
http://www.iiyama-monitors.co.uk/pro...773HDS-B1.aspx

What ya think for $310?
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post #19 of 21
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Looks good but I think I found something better:-
Iiyama ProLite E2773HDS 27" Widescreen LED 1MS Monitor @ 1080p
http://www.iiyama-monitors.co.uk/pro...773HDS-B1.aspx

What ya think for $310?
Much worse than what was previously suggested.
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post #20 of 21
2 580's with 1080p ... does the 3D thingy on that Acer monitor need that much horsepower?
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