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Biggest PC Ever build by myself! and Wow!

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Hi, As some of you might know i work as a Tech for Canada Computer. For the last few week i had the chance to work on a Project for a Costumer which gonna be finally complete tomorrow.

So the PC gonna be used by a Enterprise for Video Editing and they had 8k of budget before Taxes.

So that are the Final Part:

EVGA SR-2 MotherBoard
2x Intel Xeon X5660 2.8Ghz
48GB DDR3 1333Mhz CL 7-7-7-20 Kingston HyperX
2x Asus GTX 570 DirectCU 2
LSI SAS 6Gbits 4port Raid Card
Lian-Li P80
2xCorsair H80
Pioneer BD Burner
Samsung DVD Burner
2xScythe Kase Server Fan Controler
Lian li Card Reader
2xLian li HDD Bay with Fan
3x3TB 7200Rpm Seagate RAID5
1x600GB Velociraptor 10k RPM
1x512GB Crucial M4

For a Total of $7600+tx

Gonna post pics tomorow pon this new relooked site!
post #2 of 14
Can I haz that 512GB M4, pretty please? biggrin.gif
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A rig like that should be water-cooled(not a closed loop) and put into a MountainMods case!
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The case is because is the only one we carry, so we didn't have too many option and the costumer talking a lot about a custom loop in a really near future (which i really hope to build)

only bad thing about it in my opinion the cable management suck. too many thing too plug, case barely big enough...
post #5 of 14
Maybe get some 580's instead? and get a custom loop.
Why Velociraptor? you have a ssd. Not much improvement from the 7200 drives and a lot hotter, louder, and more expensive.
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Wow sweet Rig

    
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Originally Posted by FyreBurn View Post

Maybe get some 580's instead? and get a custom loop.
Why Velociraptor? you have a ssd. Not much improvement from the 7200 drives and a lot hotter, louder, and more expensive.

coz velociraptors are kewllllll
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coz velociraptors are kewllllll

Can't argue with that =P
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The velociraptor are for the Media file that is working on, SSD are great for small file but for big one they are not the fastest thing and that would make tonnes of read/write on the drive. and the page file gonna be on it too, and we quote the drive before the problem in taiwan so he got them at "normal" price

And at start he wanted a 590 so i told him to got with 2 GTX 570 (about the same perf and price) and that he would got some fault tolerance that way, and he is only using it for video editing not for gaming at all (exept maybe facebook)
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and he is only using it for video editing not for gaming at all (exept maybe facebook)

Facebook gaming, lol!

On a serious note, what a crazy build. Can't wait to see the pics!
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