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post #11 of 118
that case fan is for the extreme
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post #12 of 118
Why not the G-Skill DDR2 800 HZ's? Supposed to OC like mad and almost 1/2 the price?
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post #13 of 118
Ya, get Home Premium if you're going to get Vista, and get the PC 6400 GSKILL HZ ram, it's $110 and will hit whatever you need it to.

And get a Brisbane <_<
post #14 of 118
looks good, tho that case is really ugly..
    
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post #15 of 118
timing arnt as important on intel procs but i sure sure your can tighten them
motherboard looking for the future with the procs that with be coming out plus more overclocking potential. psu will easily handle 2 gtx and a overclocked e6600
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post #16 of 118
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well...hmmm im thinking....i dont know soo much to think about.



reason not those gskill is cause the others are 200 more mhz and will probably be better at overclocking than the 110 800s...




question...i hear that a single 12v rail at 60 amps can handle 2 8800gtxs....can i get a couple more rails on a psu that equal to 60 amps? is that the same thing?
    
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post #17 of 118
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well...hmmm im thinking....i dont know soo much to think about.



reason not those gskill is cause the others are 200 more mhz and will probably be better at overclocking than the 110 800s...




question...i hear that a single 12v rail at 60 amps can handle 2 8800gtxs....can i get a couple more rails on a psu that equal to 60 amps? is that the same thing?

hz's have been known to hit 1200 mhz stable, so 1000 mhz ram isn't worth the pric jump
post #18 of 118
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well...hmmm im thinking....i dont know soo much to think about.



reason not those gskill is cause the others are 200 more mhz and will probably be better at overclocking than the 110 800s...




question...i hear that a single 12v rail at 60 amps can handle 2 8800gtxs....can i get a couple more rails on a psu that equal to 60 amps? is that the same thing?
Not really no. In my opinion it's better to get a single rail PSU. Silverstone OP/DA series and PC Power & Cooler silencer would be my picks.
    
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post #19 of 118
I would recommend the HZ 8000s if you weren't getting the e6600. The 6400s will max that e6600 all day long. Save that money and use it else where.

Plus the HZ 6400s have been known to hit 1200MHz just like my 8000s will.
post #20 of 118
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what are HZs and all these numbers i dont understand
    
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