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I think you should buy this case:
http://ftwpc.com/case-labs-tx10-case.html
And add about 5 480mm radiators, slap a 2 inch sheet of sound proof foam onto it, and put deltas on there.
40c gaming on 6GHz haha

:DLOL dude i dont need to make a factory of computers
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If i werent on my phone id find the link that shows that pcie3 has no current benefit... Or the link that shows that the i7 3770 is on par with a 2600k... But 150-200 fps in any new game is a silly value. TV runs at 30 fps, anything past 60 i dont notice any difference in... You may want to research this a bit more before you make any decisions...

The only reason I suggested PCIe 3 is for more long term. I would assume hes going to have this machine for awhile, and having 3 will be nice when it is able to be utilized, since there should be not much difference in price now.
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If i werent on my phone id find the link that shows that pcie3 has no current benefit... Or the link that shows that the i7 3770 is on par with a 2600k... But 150-200 fps in any new game is a silly value. TV runs at 30 fps, anything past 60 i dont notice any difference in... You may want to research this a bit more before you make any decisions...
I don't think that's why people try to get 100 fps +, they just do it to show that the hardware can perform, regardless of how your eye percieves it, it can still impact the game. For example, cod4, at 60 fps you can notice a dramatic decrease in movement over 250 fps where you can run and jump further.
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Just cannot suggest Bulldozer for gaming =(

Sorry and Im a big AMD fan for long time, so not trolling or fanboyism here. Pure Facts, the Bulldozer performs worse than i3 in real world gaming.

just go with an i7 2600 or the 500$ Socket 2011, I cant see a reason why anyone needs extreme edition CPU unless you havge the cash to burn, and want the bragging rights.

Take the big saving and put them into SSD's and GPU's

Thats how you make extreme Gaming Systems =) By Getting Cheaper Processors, putting them under quality Cooling, andverclocking the Snot out of them. Least thats how it used to be done, these days people have alot more money than me so i dunno..

Im still an nVidia fan personally, have not owned ati since 9600 xt. so whichever way you go, 79** or GTX 5** im sure you will be happy

I just dont see the benefit with Bulldozer currently, Do I think AMD will fix it someday, sure, will it be a new processor though? Most likely =)

Thing Pull wayyy to much power, and does not seem to achieve much with all that power draw.

Compared to Intels Offerings at least, the Bulldozer is just not stacking up. Unless I Guess if you have it Max Overclocked under water then it might be worth something, but then again, that Power Draw bothers me.

Agian, Sorry to all AMD Fanboys, but AMD has not been there for a hot minute.
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If i werent on my phone id find the link that shows that pcie3 has no current benefit... Or the link that shows that the i7 3770 is on par with a 2600k... But 150-200 fps in any new game is a silly value. TV runs at 30 fps, anything past 60 i dont notice any difference in... You may want to research this a bit more before you make any decisions...

Dude i did my research well and i plan on getting a PC that will run Battlefield 3 or anyother games that are about to release on ultra high without any lags, Thats all i want.
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Just cannot suggest Bulldozer for gaming =(
Sorry and Im a big AMD fan for long time, so not trolling or fanboyism here. Pure Facts, the Bulldozer performs worse than i3 in real world gaming.
just go with an i7 2600 or the 500$ Socket 2011, I cant see a reason why anyone needs extreme edition CPU unless you havge the cash to burn, and want the bragging rights.
Take the big saving and put them into SSD's and GPU's
Thats how you make extreme Gaming Systems =) By Getting Cheaper Processors, putting them under quality Cooling, andverclocking the Snot out of them. Least thats how it used to be done, these days people have alot more money than me so i dunno..
Im still an nVidia fan personally, have not owned ati since 9600 xt. so whichever way you go, 79** or GTX 5** im sure you will be happy
I just dont see the benefit with Bulldozer currently, Do I think AMD will fix it someday, sure, will it be a new processor though? Most likely =)
Thing Pull wayyy to much power, and does not seem to achieve much with all that power draw.
Compared to Intels Offerings at least, the Bulldozer is just not stacking up. Unless I Guess if you have it Max Overclocked under water then it might be worth something, but then again, that Power Draw bothers me.
Agian, Sorry to all AMD Fanboys, but AMD has not been there for a hot minute.

Thanx StormX2, ill stick with intel after all the post that i have read.
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I don't think that's why people try to get 100 fps +, they just do it to show that the hardware can perform, regardless of how your eye percieves it, it can still impact the game. For example, cod4, at 60 fps you can notice a dramatic decrease in movement over 250 fps where you can run and jump further.

Davayy i just need a gamming comp. that can run all the future games like battlefield 3, GHOST RECON Future soldier and on and on in ultra settings without a lag.
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OK, So far i have got abit of watyou guys told me.


CPU ; Ill wait for the 3770k
Mobo: I dont know
GPU: 680
Cooler: H100 corsair
RAM: ill get the kingston
HD: Ill go for the New SSD
Case: i dont know
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I dont kno whow well this stands these days, but if your running single monitor of 1080 resolution, SIngle card solution will benefit you best,

t that point, I used to go by a specific rule of thumb,

a $300 single card, Current Gen of course, will generally net you 3 years of proper gaming before new games start to kick it's butt.

This rule of thumb has worked well for me since long ago, even now my GTX275 still holds its own, however i do not play Battlefield or modern warfare, the only "new" game i play is Star Wars the Old Republic, its an MMO with Updated World graphics, but quite outdated Character Textures.

SLI not usually suggested if you running just a 1080 res monitor.

if you wish to keep Current games at best settings then you might need to start Selling Old GPU here or Ebay, and then purchasing the next good card. Keeping yourself Up to date as the needs change with the games.

Make sure you put good money into your Drives, SSD will be the single most greatest investment you can make.

You could also always do a i7 2700k Build with 8GB ram, and a GTX 580 or comparible ATI if you so Choose, and then when the next major platform hits , the i7 2700k build will be Highly re-sellable for quite a few years. As with my i7 920 build, i plan on having this platform for a total of 5 or 6 years before I will look into a new platform.
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post #30 of 50
You'll want an HDD as well, Samsung f3 2tb/1tb would be fine, that along with a Crucial m4 128GB ssd and your all set.
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