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post #11 of 16
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I am sorry that you can't undertsand me, I really do. I still find this Gigabyte with one card is slow, that is why I am stacking two GTX 560's in SLI for the new machine to make it go much faster
than just one single GTX 580 card.

As I mentioned before, I do not use SSD, there is no need.

And I'll stick to i7 2700K as it is cheaper than the 6 core and I don't care about the score. It's the components that counts.

I hope this clearify you're misunderstanding my thread above post.

Thank you all for the input and I greatly appreciated it. I do love the build list and the build/performance ratio is gonna be great for the mainstream gaming, not a high end, but enough power
to take my game to the limit.

Thank you, Anthony. All the best in 2012.
post #12 of 16
I'm glad you took all the suggestions to heart.
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post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by Ghoul Forsaken View Post

Thank you all for the input and I greatly appreciated it. I do love the build list and the build/performance ratio is gonna be great for the mainstream gaming, not a high end, but enough power
to take my game to the limit.

Lol, you came onto here, asking for our suggestions and you just ignored every suggestion thrown at you... you do realize that if you want to OC the CPU high, one way is to turn of HT, and if you do that, you have a glorified 2500k. Also, which game do you play that can utilize all 8 threads? your GPUs will be the bottlenecks even with 2 GTX560 Ti's.

You say your rig is mainstream... that's bordering if not safely within high end gaming territory...

not to mention, you never mentioned which game you're playing... so we're all shooting in the dark anyhow...
post #14 of 16
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Understand*

First of all, it's not GTX 560 Ti's it's just normal GTX 560. It's these two cards I am looking at ENGTX560 DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5 from Asus.

I have made some error mistake, but that is just natural when typing, nothing serious about it.

Thus, this is mainstream gaming machine, not high end. 1156/1155 is mainstream, X58/X79 are high end machine with the 320-Bit and above cards are high end and the 256-Bit are the mid-range cards. So, this makes the machine mainstream. I did not ask for a high end in the first place.

This will not bottleneck the system if it has enough sufficient power to run it.

I have used i7 2600K before, so I'm quite happy with it and it's so SMOOTH when gaming online. And I said for gaming purpose, I did not have to tell you what games I play. I think you misunderstood me.

Once again, I thank you all. Good bye all for now.
post #15 of 16
If you're using this for gaming and not a multipurpose just do a 2500k and get a better GPU and SSD. Good luck with your build.
post #16 of 16
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i7 2700K, Two GTX 560's and no SSD.

No more trolling please. Thank you. Thread closed.
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