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post #11 of 15
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Everything looks fine. Though I'd change out the Roswell PSU for a Corsair or Seasonic. They seam to be the most popular brands. I'm sure the Roswell PSU is fine though. Just my 2cents.

I usually stick with Corsair PSU's as a rule of thumb, but this one seemed to be generally well received, and is one sale right now biggrin.gif, so I thought I would give it some thought.
post #12 of 15
Umm why do you need E-ATX board? you can get ASRock Z77 Extreme6 for less and its a great board.
also i check out this ram http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147096 they are low voltage ram's v1.35 and OC pretty well. 850w PSU will be enough even for 2 7970 smile.gif
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Umm why do you need E-ATX board? you can get ASRock Z77 Extreme6 for less and its a great board.

More preference than anything really. I like the extra overclocking features included on this board, and intend to do some pretty hefty overclocking later on.
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850w PSU will be enough even for 2 7970

But can it handle dual WC loops and a TEC as well? I intend to use a 180W peltier most likely.
post #14 of 15
Oh then you should consider 1050w PSU but wait till others suggest.
IMO the Extreme 6 will OC high to but if you're out for more features then the OC Formula is an excellent board.
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I like the extra features, and while the extreme 6 will oc high, I'm not sure if its what I need for my fairly lofty goal of 6ghz. Also, while I believe an 1100 should power everything just fine, I wanted to make room for any degradation in performance that might happen over time.
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