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Great thread, actually helped me out, that deal with the ram mobo and everything isn't that bad.
    
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Nice job following in me and badwrench's footsteps unless unlike the ones we've made sometime ago, this is a permanent thread... remember, deals change all the time
The Rosewill Green 630W PSU is on tator tot's recommended list.... I've selected it a couple times before for that reason
Perhaps you should post a few nice combo deals if you can find it?

Also isn't crossfire mostly a software thing and will run no matter what the motherboard supports?
added some combos , not sure about the crossfire thingy

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http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...-supplies.html
Review by Tomshardware = recommended.


I am with you on the 840, but since packaged as a phenom, it has the better stock cooler.
I knew about the Biostar, but I just don't like the idea of adding a second card and taking a big hit in performance.
you're right sorry that unit has a solid review but i was refering to newegg customer review about the latest batch of those PSU , the last 30-40 customers on newegg said it was either DOA or died within 1 month
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Mine cost me 1,133.67 but that accumulated over 2-3 years as new stuff came out. lol my wish list on newegg is what are your thoughts i think lol the only thing different now is i have a 975 on the way should be here tomorrow evening
    
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