Originally Posted by Track
Haha. No, no.
1. 2600k, not 2500k. That's another 100$.
2. 8GB of RAM; another 35$.
3. Three HD 6950's instead of two GTX 580's. That's about 150$ less.
4. At least one 3TB HDD. Definitely not 1TB.
Quite sure when both are overclocked to their peaks using the same cooling the gap wouldn't exist between them.
Using 32GB of RAM, as said earlier, does nothing but harm your overclock. If you are going to spend that much on RAM, where is your 980X? The 980X is by far better than a 2600K, and it seems like money is no object for you.
What do you even use that for? The 32GB of RAM tells me it has something to do with animation or something, and then I look at the tri-sli and realise that you play games.
Do you think that Metro 2033 will look better and run faster with pointless amounts of video power and overly exessive amounts of RAM? Can you even max it out at over 50FPS?
Or did you just spend $6,000+ so you can benchmark and show off to people that don't care.Edited by WaterMelnKidd - 1/11/11 at 7:21am