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thats a nice list. should be a good machine.

dont throw out the shuttle, sell it to me! I wanna case mod one soooooo bad!!!
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Logitech G15 gen2 Cooler Master 850w 6 Rail Antec Twelve Hundred OCZ Equilizer 
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Apollo
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 920 D0 Asus P6T Sapphire 4870X2 3x2GB OCZ Gold DDR3-1600 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2 x 500gb RAID 0, 2 x 1TB Caviar Black Samsung 22x Sata DVD+-R/DL Vista x64 Acer x223w 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 gen2 Cooler Master 850w 6 Rail Antec Twelve Hundred OCZ Equilizer 
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Fellowes Ergonomic Wrist Support 
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post #32 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by noodle View Post
forget e8500 pointless get either E8400 or Q9450!!! best choice if you do mroe gaming go for the dual core
As of right now, I can't justify spending ~$70 for an extra multiplier option. But after price drops, the price difference is supposed to be $30 at most. If you aren't willing to pay an extra $30 for the extra multi, might as well get an E8200.

The Q9450 will be phased out and replaced by the Q9550 at the Q9450's current $330 price point. With the Q9400 slated to replace the Q9300 at $270, I would venture to say remaining Q9450s will retail for $290. I'll spend another $40 for the Q9550 without blinking.
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