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post #11 of 16
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Hmmm well with that in mind, I am still hard pressed to pick a 570 because my budget allows a 580... lol... decisions, decisions... if I choose the 570, I pocket 100 bucks that I could use towards the ROG board. If I choose the 580, I get the fastest single card on the market at the same total price (relatively) as the 570 build... bleh (: I wish that ROG would release a Formula version of the M4E (which certainly isn't TOO much of a stretch) and then I could have the best of both builds (: I still have approx. 3 months before this system will be ordered so who knows what news will trickle down by that time (LGA 1356/Socket B2). Geez, I almost want to wait 6 plus months just to see what they offer. However, seeing as how this is technology I suppose that you eventually just have to bite the bullet because the next big thing is ALWAYS coming out in a year or two... bleh (:
post #12 of 16
if you wait three months, the gfx cards will be cheaper and youll beable to spend more on things like a better case, better mouse, bigger monitor and such
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Bigger monitor maybe... I actually like that case a lot hahaha and the reviews are very positive, plus from pictures posted on this site it results in an EXTREMELY clean finished build...
post #14 of 16
580 build but drop the ocz vertex , get a c300. i got 3 vertex and 2 died nonrecoverable.
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post #15 of 16
I say SLI 570's, get one now (thus you can get the better board you want), save for 2nd which should be cheaper.

Both your PSU and motherboard well handle SLI just fine
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post #16 of 16
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Hmmm, I don't really want to SLI when I am first jumping into a build... and even though the ROG board is nice, I don't think I can justify spending the extra on it when the P8P67 is an equally good board with a lower price. Plus, i mean GTX 580 is sweeeeet lol
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