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Actually this, sorry had to 1up the SR-2 with the SR-X 96a.jpg
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I just read a post from the op stating " When I move out ". How old is the OP ( I know age doesn't matter, but??). The reason I'm asking is because this thread has taken on a life of it's own and has gone OCN viral. Has this thread become an unintentional troll? People might be feeding into someones dream build. Reason I'm stating this is why most of us don't have 5-6k PCs, it's fun to pick out parts and shop around but at the end of the day you have to PAY for these products. I'm not spending anymore time on this thread until I believe the OP can actually buy these products, Im married now and of to work I dont have time to visit imagine world. wink.gif

I'm 17 smile.gif

And to the people suggesting to buy me a car. I have a car. I don't drive it often. This car I have is more than fine. I don't need another car.
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When you move out you will have wished that you only spent 1-2k of that about and saved the rest...food for thought.
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I will build you a better system than that for $3000 plus a $1000 commission.
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build does not need to hit 6k but need it to perform MAXED out games of games out there today and may have some room for future upgrades.

A 3960X or 3930K won't make any actual difference in gaming over a 2500K.

I'd cut down on the power and the memory and stick with one SSD. Doing that will make no difference in your gaming experience. The money you save that way can help fund water cooling, games, additional monitors, future upgrades or other things you like.

And if you really do want to spend a lot, getting a second 7970 is smarter than getting those CPUs or another SSD, etc.
Edited by Faraz - 1/13/12 at 7:45pm
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A 3960X or 3930K won't make any actual difference in gaming over a 2500K.
I'd cut down on the power and the memory and stick with one SSD. Doing that will make no difference in your gaming experience. The money you save that way can help fund water cooling, games, additional monitors, future upgrades or other things you like.
And if you really do want to spend a lot, getting a second 7970 is smarter than getting those CPUs or another SSD, etc.

Thanks I did decide to stick with one SSD
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I'm 17 smile.gif
And to the people suggesting to buy me a car. I have a car. I don't drive it often. This car I have is more than fine. I don't need another car.

What about rims? Do you have rims? You gotta pimp your ride before you pimp your PC..

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What about rims? Do you have rims? You gotta pimp your ride before you pimp your PC..
/humor

HAHAH tongue.gif
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Yeah, I'd go for something simple, 2600k, ssd, 2x7970, sound card and then go nuts for an all out WC build, custom case and so forth. Get 6 monitors, the best peripherals of your choosing. Now don't forget your throne, get the most comfortable chair you can. Also let's not forget about those decibels, get a sick sound system. Yeah that's about what I would do for a gaming setup (maybe 3D monitors if you swing that way), now if this was for enterprise class business I would have a way for you to spend upwards of 500k on a computer.

*What's with the car? What do you drive? (sorry if this was already answered such a long thread...)
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Yeah, I'd go for something simple, 2600k, ssd, 2x7970, sound card and then go nuts for an all out WC build, custom case and so forth. Get 6 monitors, the best peripherals of your choosing. Now don't forget your throne, get the most comfortable chair you can. Also let's not forget about those decibels, get a sick sound system. Yeah that's about what I would do for a gaming setup (maybe 3D monitors if you swing that way), now if this was for enterprise class business I would have a way for you to spend upwards of 500k on a computer.
*What's with the car? What do you drive? (sorry if this was already answered such a long thread...)

Hmm I'll be working towards it but for now I just want to get the comp up and running.

I drive a Holden commodore :L I don't even have my p's yet and take public transport everywhere, I really see no point, the holden works fine and is only 2-3 years old bought brand new.
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