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post #51 of 88
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not sure on the new crysis yet. havent played combat arms.

bfbc2 and cod:bo are both games that run better on faster quad cores.

what resolution?
using dell's website as a reference 1920x 1080 is the max resolution

im not sure i dont have the monitor with me at the moment.

btw, will these parts fit in this PowerUp ATX Black Mid-Tower Case its the clear sided case
post #52 of 88
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not sure on the new crysis yet. havent played combat arms.

bfbc2 and cod:bo are both games that run better on faster quad cores.

what resolution?
using dell's website as a reference 1920x 1080 is the max resolution

im not sure i dont have the monitor with me at the moment.

btw, will these parts fit in this PowerUp ATX Black Mid-Tower Case its the clear sided case
post #53 of 88
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post #54 of 88
Oh my god please tell me your not using that PSU that came with that case!

Okay, I was going to say.
    
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post #55 of 88
He's running off a Rosewill green 630W, they're okay.
post #56 of 88
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will these parts fit in this PowerUp ATX Black Mid-Tower Case its the clear sided case? PLZ ANSWER!!
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will these parts fit in this PowerUp ATX Black Mid-Tower Case its the clear sided case? PLZ ANSWER!!
I have no idea if a 5870 will fit it, sorry.

Most likely it will hit the HHD Cages.
    
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post #58 of 88
You'll have to do some measuring yourself. The card length should be available somewhere online. Now measure the space on the case with a standard ruler. Unless the case manual tells you about this.
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Have you ever used the toy with different shaped blocks and you try to fit them into their respective holes?

Well building PCs is similar.
Love that, so perfect, can I sig it?
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post #60 of 88
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is it possible to fit pci express 2.1x16 with 2.0x16 on the motherboard?

XFX HD-587X-ZNFC Radeon HD 5870 1GB 256-bit DDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP

ASUS M4A79XTD EVO AM3 AMD 790X ATX AMD Motherboard ( has pcie 2.0x16)
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