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not lookin for rep not looking for likes just giving and looking for opinions

Learn to post properly and edit your posts here. You're lucky you haven't received an infraction the way you post. It really seems like you're just trying to get your post count up and/or rep count by posting random misspelled PC jargon that doesn't remotely apply to what this guy needs help with.

You literally posted 12 times in a row in the first 2 pages. Learn to click the edit button and go back and add to it instead of writing like you're talking on AOL Instant Messenger.

And it seems like you're the one who needs more advice here, so please don't give advice to people if you don't understand the hardware yourself. It only adds to the confusion and steers people in the wrong direction.

No hard feelings, just trying to put you on the right ethical track here.
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omgosh... and yet another innocent persons thread turned into a battle.

Anyways, I still say trade that 1200i for a 860 and put the cash on some screaming fast RAM. Maybe the chip wont exploit it now, but why not be ready for the next chip, or at least have headroom to play with. Why not, when the 1200 is extreme overkill here and the 860 is more than adequate, now, and 12 months from now (at least).
    
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I think he plans to do sli and what not in the future, and I agree with you about the 860, that is more than enough for crossfire and sli for power draw, I think someone here posted what there draw was from crossfire, but it will more than future proof him for multi card design in the years to come, but I would say do what you think is best with your build, we can all give you advice on whatever you need, but ultimately its up to you to decide what will work for you. If you do decide to change that and save some money you could get a better ssd. Intel ones are not terrible or at least they used to be great in my understanding, but they have really come down in price and have new top contenders from multiple companies, I think corsair and ocz have been rated the fastest by benchmarks. Ill see if i can find a link for you. Your build is really good though and should be very future proof. Looks solid too. Hope overclocking and gaming is what you expected. I would really focus on temps because that will carry you far, and overclocking really needs a good solid PSU. Especially for enthusiasts. I did hear that the software for that PSU sucks. I haven't used it though. I'm sure it will get better over time, corsaire is a great company and makes solid products.
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omgosh... and yet another innocent persons thread turned into a battle.

Anyways, I still say trade that 1200i for a 860 and put the cash on some screaming fast RAM. Maybe the chip wont exploit it now, but why not be ready for the next chip, or at least have headroom to play with. Why not, when the 1200 is extreme overkill here and the 860 is more than adequate, now, and 12 months from now (at least).

As to answer the PSU buy. I had the AX860 but exchanged it for the AX1200i. The reason was because the AX1200i was on sale, plus a $30 rebate which came up to the same price as the AX860. Now I have to wait for the rebate for the $30 AX1200i and $10 H100i, $5 X2 Corsair 140 fans. Total $50

To answer the SSD buy, I didn't buy it along with my build. Came from my laptop which I sold. Before selling it I removed the SSD.
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The same reason that people don't change their own oil... to much of hassle, not extensive enough to justify doing it, no room etc. I don't change the oil in car for example but i change the oil in motorcycle because the stealership wants $100+

Guess im just old fashioned then.
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