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Ok, heres what I'm looking for in my pc, 2x8800GTX, core 2 chip, 680I mobo, and the rest I really not sure about.

This is mostly a gaming rig, but it will be used for video/photo editing, and all that good stuff. I'm most likely going to upgrade this along the way.

I'm Canadian, and looking at a $3000-3500 max budget. I also looking for a high res monitor for this rig, $2000 max. NCIX.com is probably were I'm gonna buy my stuff from. I'm pretty sure that covers it all, now its your turn...
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Firstly, seriously do overclock. It is reasonably simple and unless you are incredibly stupid you will not harm any of your components. Also whats the point in not getting extra from your CPU / GPU / RAM for free, instead of spending more money on a higher end part..

Just look at all of the overclocking guides around on this forum and the internet... overclocking is a breeze once you know what to do.

I will leave other people to choose components though as I am WAY too tired
    
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Oh yeah, I'm also planning on dual booting XP and Vista, and was wondering if I should get 32 or 64 bit?
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Originally Posted by TheFatBloke View Post
Firstly, seriously do overclock. It is reasonably simple and unless you are incredibly stupid you will not harm any of your components. Also whats the point in not getting extra from your CPU / GPU / RAM for free, instead of spending more money on a higher end part..

Just look at all of the overclocking guides around on this forum and the internet... overclocking is a breeze once you know what to do.

I will leave other people to choose components though as I am WAY too tired
Ok, can you recommend air coolers too than?
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post #5 of 10
I would go with the Quad core to help the Video editing.
post #6 of 10
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Ok, can you recommend air coolers too than?
For the CPU... get a Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme unless you want to go down the watercooling route which I doubt...
No need for cooling for the RAM or GPU unless you want to overclock them by a lot.

Edit: Also get a quad core Q6600.. it will help a lot for video and photo editing.
    
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post #7 of 10
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Alright thanks, I looked into water cooling, but it adds too much more to the price. Can some one configure this rig?
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post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by killerhz View Post
I would go with the Quad core to help the Video editing.
Well, I don't really care for rendering time, its more about large file sizes.
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post #9 of 10
Pretty much everything in my current system to be honest, though its up to you weather you choose the Thermalright Ultra or Tuniq Tower. Obviously you'd want to get two GTX cards as opposed to the two GTS I'm useing. Chassis wise go for something with plenty of room and good airflow such as one of the larger Thermaltake's or the CoolerMaster Stacker.
post #10 of 10
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Yeah I was looking at the P190, nice and big.
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