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Intel i7 3770k Asus z77 P8Z77-LK V Sapphire 290x Sapphire 290x 
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Gskill 4x4gb @ 1600mhz Samsung Evo 120gb Samsung Evo 120gb 2TB Seagate Game storage drive  
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XSPC Raystorm CPU BLOCK EK Nickle/Acetal 290x Block  2x XSPC 240MM Radiator Windows 8.1  
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Intel i7 3770k Asus z77 P8Z77-LK V Sapphire 290x Sapphire 290x 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Gskill 4x4gb @ 1600mhz Samsung Evo 120gb Samsung Evo 120gb 2TB Seagate Game storage drive  
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
XSPC Raystorm CPU BLOCK EK Nickle/Acetal 290x Block  2x XSPC 240MM Radiator Windows 8.1  
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Qnix Evolution II  Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid  Cooler Master V1000 Fractal Arc Midi R2 
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Originally Posted by Droidisthebest View Post

As said, I can wait. This is primarily a gaming rig, I don't use Photoshop or any other creation suite. Only gaming.

With an ssd those game loading screens will be gone so much faster, whether you play wow, bf3, mw3. Anything. I didn't bother getting an SSD for this setup and now I am going to buy one because of my mate is always loading before me, even though I have better internet and processor. Here check these comparisons out.

Wow loading on HDD vs SSD

MW3 loading on HDD vs SSD (running SATA 2 so he was not using the entire SSD's speed.

Here is an SSD turning a core 2 duo laptop into a beast.
Edited by insertacoolname - 5/13/12 at 2:03am
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samsung 2 tb Samsung 830 CD-rom Corsair h60 liquid cooling 
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windows 7 home premium 64 bit BenQ 27" LED GL2750HM cooler master storm trigger ocz zt 750w 
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samsung 2 tb Samsung 830 CD-rom Corsair h60 liquid cooling 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
windows 7 home premium 64 bit BenQ 27" LED GL2750HM cooler master storm trigger ocz zt 750w 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by insertacoolname View Post

With an ssd those game loading screens will be gone so much faster, whether you play wow, bf3, mw3. Anything. I didn't bother getting an SSD for this setup and now I am going to buy one because of my mate is always loading before me, even though I have better internet and processor. Here check these comparisons out.
Wow loading on HDD vs SSD
MW3 loading on HDD vs SSD (running SATA 2 so he was not using the entire SSD's speed.
Here is an SSD turning a core 2 duo laptop into a beast.
Trust me, i'm not stupid, I know how fast SSD's load, I might get the mushkin chronos that HardwareDecoder sent me.
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