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How did I know boredom would find this thread and link a Zippy/silverstone?

Link to grpahics card: http://www.directcanada.com/products...cture=SAPPHIRE
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hmm first off the prices i listed there are with tax and everything so will that change that? Also Zippy hmm iv never heard of that PSU also the GameXsTream is a amazing PSU i think ill stick with it, thanks for the input though.
Not another one x.x

If I were you I would skip out on the OCZ RAM, they use Elpida chips :/
    
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http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...076&cid=PS.808

here is the ocz for $140 (good choice!)



your cpu for $220

http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...885&cid=CPU.84



http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...805&cid=MB.157

The asus p5b for $145


The same ocz ram but the revision 2 version for only $10 more

http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...70&cid=RAM.475



Thats a good price for the video card. Same supplier for all above, saves you a few bucks and gets you slightly better ram


a zippy power supply boredom? Enermax and ocz are solid known brands.

thanks for the info rep+ only thing is those are with out tax, my prices are with tax so i think thier a bit cheaper, and i really hate mail in rebates , but thanks for the heads up with cancomps, thanks man i will lookinto that ram seems better! but i hate that mail in crap! also thats without tax :*(
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post #14 of 18
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How did I know boredom would find this thread and link a Zippy/silverstone?

Link to grpahics card: http://www.directcanada.com/products...cture=SAPPHIRE
Neither get the recognition they deserve, it's always GXS this, GXS that. Nobody ever mentions the better PSU's :/
    
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Neither get the recognition they deserve, it's always GXS this, GXS that. Nobody ever mentions the better PSU's :/
The GXS line doesn't suck though. While the Zippy might be better, it's 50% more, and not easy to find.
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The GXS line doesn't suck though. While the Zippy might be better, it's 50% more, and not easy to find.
This is a scenario where the GXS costs as much as the Zippy and the Zippy is just as readily available as the GXS...

But they still went with the GXS
    
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Neither get the recognition they deserve, it's always GXS this, GXS that. Nobody ever mentions the better PSU's :/
lol cool man i apraciate that rep+, btw u think i should spend a extra 100 for the X1950XT 256 MB or just the PRO is fine, i mean i dont plan on going Crossfire, i plan on keeping this vid card for atleast 2 years, you think i should? i mean 200 for the PRO is a AMAZING PRICE! but i dono ill take your opinion.
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Either card is a steal, can't belive they are that cheap. If you want crossfire setup in the future, I'd go with the pro, but if you want single card dominace for a while to come, grab the xt
    
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