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Yeah I will just go with the faster ram... sucks to cheap out on $20 on a $1500 purchase... and those Tridentz are compatible with my mb as per ASRock biggrin.gif

Thanks Everyone for your time!

No problem. Looks like you'll have a fantastic setup!
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Samsung 850 Pro 256 GB Western Digital Purple 2TB XSPC Raystorm Pro XSPC RX 360 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
XSPC D5 Photon 170 Windows 7 Professional BenQ GW2765 ViewSonic XG2401 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair Strafe RGB MX Silent EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W Fractal Design Define S Logitech G900 
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Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SATA III M.2 SSD
Samsung 850 EVO 1 TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-75E1T0B/AM)
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I'm curious why you went with an M.2 SATA. Is it any faster than a regular SATA SSD? I thought they were the same and that M.2 was only faster when it's using the PCIe interface.
post #13 of 16
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I'm curious why you went with an M.2 SATA. Is it any faster than a regular SATA SSD? I thought they were the same and that M.2 was only faster when it's using the PCIe interface.

Yes!!!!! M.2 in a few months will be a must buy as they're getting cheaper. Sata 6G is @ it's limit
 
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Actually I changed it up for the Samsung 256gb sm951... Much faster.
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Thinking of holding off a month on that and going for the $400 500gb version though
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Just about ready to place my order midweek,anyone have any good reasons why I should go AOI water as opposed to air other than looks, I would have went Aio but there is only one place to fit a 289mm rad and that's the front.. In a push confgig it brings in hot air I don't want... But shoot away if you have expirence with the S340 nzxt case and a 280mm aio
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