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Use the rest for a full watercooling loop and a case, either a MM or a custom made one. That's pretty extreme though, and you really don't need the size of the PCIE SSD. Get a couple of decent monitors too, 2 x Dell U2711's would be very nice, and use the setup well.

To be honest though, spending this much on a PC is very silly, use it on a down payment on a house/car, or on something that will be more worthwhile. Invest it, don't waste it.
    
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You can't have 980X's in an SR2, or any i7, only Xeons, as they only have a Single QPI link, Xeons have Dual QPI Links, which is needed for 2> Physical CPU's.

Gimme a few minutes, I'll throw something up.
but there is a 6 core Xeon?
    
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but there is a 6 core Xeon?
Correct. 2 or 3 iirc
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but there is a 6 core Xeon?
Yes.
    
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To be honest if I were you I would spend like 2,000 or so to get a good system which will be more than capable to run anything your heart desires. Then save/invest the extra 8,000. I can almost gurantee that if you spend 10,000 to get the best possible computer you will not use it to 1/10 of its potential.
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but there is a 6 core Xeon?
Yes. For multi-CPU configs, you want:
E5645 2.40
X5650 2.66
X5660 2.80
X5670 2.93
X5680 3.33

That's not even counting low voltage and UP stuff.

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Originally Posted by Juganot View Post
To be honest if I were you I would spend like 2,000 or so to get a good system which will be more than capable to run anything your heart desires. Then save/invest the extra 8,000. I can almost gurantee that if you spend 10,000 to get the best possible computer you will not use it to 1/10 of its potential.
Very sound advice. By next year, even dual hexa-core Gulftown/Westmere will be replaced and there'll be a new king of the hill. That's just how technology goes.
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even I couldnt spend that much on a pc lol, you could always invest in a sig rig revival
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To be honest if I were you I would spend like 2,000 or so to get a good system which will be more than capable to run anything your heart desires. Then save/invest the extra 8,000. I can almost gurantee that if you spend 10,000 to get the best possible computer you will not use it to 1/10 of its potential.
this i would spend £1500 on a fairly good pc

and the rest on a tommy kaira skyline on pistonheads ~£8000
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post #29 of 97
so you got it for your career/hobby and wanna spend it all for some hardware that you can replace in 2-3 years and will never be able to fully use? way to go... lol
how about getting some art courses and stuff like that? im sure that will help a lot more than some unnecessary hardware...
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At the rate technology progresses/loses value, i'd be extremely disappointed with myself by spending such a huge sum of money on a PC. Especially a year or two down the line when most mainstream systems are on par with it.

I regretted purchasing a Quad Extreme years ago, i wouldn't make that mistake twice.

max i'd ever spend on a PC is about 1k, even if i was wealthy.
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