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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131180 mobo

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814127286
gfx

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145590
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post #32 of 116
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Originally Posted by guitarcrazy44 View Post
ok, im truly sorry, i got out of hand...now to get back on topic.

whay can't you run 4 monitors with 2 gfx card with 2 ouputs on each card?

also, is the mobo *good enough* (key word, enough) to run current games with ease?

i see your point with the gfx card, i went and compared specs with a 7900 (it rapes the 7300's ass)

i will get the 7900, but if my mobo is good enough, i will not return it

i like the fact my mobo has 2 pcie port and is priced resonably (sli is not a big concern for me)

so to sum it up

is my mobo good enough to run current games?

**i will get the 7900**

also even though my watercooling sucks ass (which i already knew) i mostly got it for the sexy look
The motherboard really doesn't matter. You'll lose some performance because it's an older model but for the most part it's negligible.

However...you'll need two cards to drive four monitors with no plan to play games on the computer. You will need three graphics cards (one for the gaming monitor, and two for the other three) if you'd like to play games on the computer.

My opinion: ditch three monitors and get one good graphics card. Isn't four monitors painful anyway? I could never use that much screen space.
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post #33 of 116
Ok, let's do a little bit better here than just criticizing everything he bought. To begin, if you were to take back the stuff that you bought, how much money would you have? From there, i'll be able to help you out in order to get a good setup going.
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post #34 of 116
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Um.. The 7300GS is a very low model of the 7 series. NO ONE thought it was the ****...

What are you smoking? It was 4 or 5 models outdated when the card was released.... I believe the 6600GT is faster. (Its on par atleast.)

Return the cards, and the water cooling kit, get a 15$ air cooler, then you should have 240$ or so for a 3d card.
the 6600 is TWICE as fast
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post #35 of 116
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WHICH ONE??

you guys choose...

THIS

OR THIS
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post #36 of 116
Actually, just take back the ram and gfx cards. The rest is good, unless you want to spend a little bit less and take back the case and get something a bit cheaper. But do you live near that fry's you bought your stuff from?
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post #37 of 116
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Originally Posted by guitarcrazy44 View Post
WHICH ONE??

you guys choose...

THIS

OR THIS
The 8600.
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post #38 of 116
8600GT for sure between the 2.

The 8600GT is like 5x faster than the 7300GS.
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8600gt is better
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post #40 of 116
actually I say this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130056
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