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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128478

150 with the rebate.

I know Juano always recommends the Z68 version of this.

Also it helps a little to know a guess on a budget, if you don't mind.

Edit:

Memory 4GB
Memory 8GB ver
Graphics Card
Mobo 1st recomendation
Mobo 2nd recommendation
cpu cooler
PSU #1 has 10% off and a rebate
PSU #2 Currently use it for my 860
Edited by FireAroundTheBrim - 10/13/11 at 6:16pm
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That's the board I have in my sig rig Budget is pretty much just as low as it can be, with quality stuff. Is the 2133 gonna make a big difference? Cause I found some 8gb that were like 50$ 1600mhz
I was looking at this power supply Would that be cover it up to like 5-6 harddrives? Or would I be better off with the 600w for 59.99? (or the 500 if the rebate is gone)
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For folding 2133 can actually shave off a few minutes TPF. I would go for the (2x2GB) since that is all you need for folding, at the moment. But hey it's your money!

EDIT: Yes, that would work, according to the PSU calculator, in the PSU Section.
I used the following options in the program:
i7 sandy
5 HDDS
4350
24/7 folding

That was like 370 watts
Edited by FireAroundTheBrim - 10/13/11 at 8:27pm
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