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There you cant get much better then what I posted
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There you cant get much better then what I posted
Where is the processor?
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Yeah, months ago everyone *****ed about how the Ultra was nothing more than a GTX overclocked and a waste of money, but when someone has money no one has any problems with wasting his?

I'd message a guy named Chozart on this forum bro. These guys are yanking you around.
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DO NOT GET A QX6800. Nuff said. They basically require watercooling, infact companys like dell are forced to only put them in watercooling builds. That is to hot IMHO.

Look at my build below, get something around that. Maybe 8800 Ultras instead, but Ultras are a big waste of money IMHO.

I'd recommend the 24" dell over the monitor I have.

I'd also recommend a different CPU cooler.

With a 1920x1200 resolution you are going to need 4GB of ram for future proofing in Vista. You are also going to need SLI if you want to run game smoothly on max.
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DO NOT GET A QX6800. Nuff said. They basically require watercooling, infact companys like dell are forced to only put them in watercooling builds. That is to hot IMHO.

Look at my build below, get something around that. Maybe 8800 Ultras instead, but Ultras are a big waste of money IMHO.

I'd recommend the 24" dell over the monitor I have.
I have the Dell 24" 2407WFP. I am still open to suggestions, I need good cooling and performance if possible.
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I have the Dell 24" 2407WFP. I am still open to suggestions, I need good cooling and performance if possible.
CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115011
RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145179
CASE: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811133154
HDS: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136012 (Two of them for raid 0)
MOBO: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188013 (Update to latest BIOS first thing)
Video Cards: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130079 (x2) or http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130090 (x2) depending on how much you want to spend.
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I may have missed something here but I should of said this is a brand new build. Everything in the "tower" section needs to be purchased.

Case, PSU, Mobo, CPU, Cooling, Memory, GFX, DVD-RW I wouldn't mind a new Mouse and Keyboard too as these are going on for a year and a half old.
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Where is the processor?
I thought you'd already decided on the Quad 6700
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I thought you'd already decided on the Quad 6700
Ahh, no at the moment I haven't got a clue. I want the best value for money I don't want to burn money here and that is why I asked for advice .
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Ahh, no at the moment I haven't got a clue. I want the best value for money I don't want to burn money here and that is why I asked for advice .
Just get what is in my rig, I linked most of it above. It will easily be under $5000 since you already got the monitor.

Its pretty much the best you can get out right now unless you want a QX6800 and 8800 Ultras which isn't really a good Performancerice ratio.

Its very futureproof.

Just make sure you get a A1 version of the 680i because it fixes quad core issues.
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