Anyway guys, I messed up again.
In http://pcpartpicker.com/user/kaiMCsquare/saved/ I forgetfully included a watercooler for the G860, a non OCable chip.
I've updated it into http://pcpartpicker.com/p/inDJ
where its turning out to be THE cheapest setup so far, with no OCing possible, and is a dual core.
( On a sidenote, I've also updated it into http://pcpartpicker.com/p/inG4
whereby the extra money saved from not having to get an aftermarket cooler can be put into pairing the G860 with either a HD 7770, or this GTX650 Superclocked (1202Mhz), 1GB GDDR5 (5000Mhz), PCIE3.0 . Sounds delicious.
With a Llano setup, in the future when money comes by, I spend about $60 to DualGraphics the system, and end up with an A8-3870K + HD6670.
With a Trinity setup, I could spend $??? to DualGraphics, and end up with a (TrinityK) + HD ????.
With a G860 setup, I could spend $200 (-$40 if considering the orig price) for a i5-2500K, and end up with a i5-2500K + HD 6670 (OR the GTX650.OC or HD 7770), with NO aftermarket cooler and normal RAM.
...of course, for $160, I could still just disable DG and buy the GTX650.OC or HD 7770 for the A8 or A10, which also already has a OC, watercooler and badass RAM and is at quadCore.Maybe, all I really, really, really need now is for someone to tell me that the G860+HD6670 (maybe G860+GTX650.OC or HD7770) can handle all games (especially MMOs like SC2 and BF3 and WoW) at at least medium, while a lightBrowser, xfire/mumble and internetRadio is concurrently running.
I should consider building just one system first and actually testing it out on my own...Edited by kaiMCsquare - 9/24/12 at 1:24am