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I'm upgrading my computer and was hoping to get opinions/how much of an upgrade my new setup will be from my current computer.

New parts are:

Processor: I7-4930k:
GPU: ASUS Direct CU II GTX 780 SLI
Mobo: AS Rock Intel x79 Extreme 9
PSU: Corsair Professional Series HX 1050
RAM: Adding another 8gb of the same type to equal 16gb.
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80i
Edited by SergeantSilent - 11/26/13 at 10:05pm
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holy poop that could eat 4 of your current systems for breakfast.

anyways you can expect a huge performance gain from that setup.

one suggestion -
run a solid state for your boot drive 80$ for a 120gb which is all you need for a boot drive
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Originally Posted by Blade 117 View Post

holy poop that could eat 4 of your current systems for breakfast.

anyways you can expect a huge performance gain from that setup.

one suggestion -
run a solid state for your boot drive 80$ for a 120gb which is all you need for a boot drive

Was thinking about doing that. If at all, how annoying is it to re-direct programs to install to another drive?
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