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Also what is the diffrence of the GPUs like 6850 and 5770. They are around 30 bucks from each other.
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They are about the same, but get the 6850 between the two, it has much better tessellation performance and will be better if you are going to play newer games, especially bf3
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PSU and Mobo are garbage. Spend some money on a Corsair powersupply and a decent MSI AMD 890fx/gx board.

Get an H50 or a megahalems for cooling as well.
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They are about the same, but get the 6850 between the two, it has much better tessellation performance and will be better if you are going to play newer games, especially bf3
They are not the same, the 6850 creams the 5770
    
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They are not the same, the 6850 creams the 5770
lol fine

Im more knowledgeable on nvidia shtuffs anyway
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I would get this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813138193 its considered one of the best overclocking board for AMD.
    
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What is up with phases power? 4+2 or 8+1 8+2 ???
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As a rule more= better, but a high quality board with 4+1 would be better than a low quality 8+2
    
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post #20 of 21
The TA890FXE is a 4+2 heatsinked, but one of the most robust ever out there. I've seen people push 1.8V+ on this board no problem.
If you don't mind losing a flash drive I'd take this RAM over the Ripjaws - costs a bit less, it'd not as easily interfere with big CPU coolers and it actually OCs really decently (1600 CL8 undervolted to 1.5)
Check these combos for a good GPU + 955 combo
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