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So I was bored and decided, once again, what would I build of I had unlimited funds. So I hit Newegg first. Needless to say it added up kinda fast. Still no KB/Mouse or OS.



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Thats right thats a 6x23" Monitor setup for $3600 and 3x GTX590 H2O ready. The rest would also be under water but I have not yet gotten to the point. LOL. I'm thinking 4x 360 Rads in Push pull config. One rad for each of the GTX590s and one for the Processor.

If only I had that kind of money.
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post #2 of 23
3 DIMMs of RAM
Kind of crippled rig you have there...
post #3 of 23
I don't know how well sli will work with your board but screw it, get another 590 for physx.
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Dream AMD Machine
isnt that an oxymoron?
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loool, I love the lack of an SSD, The unmatched ram ( thats tri channel...u know 3 sticks?). then theres the GTX 580's with preinstalled block, id stay away from that lol. u wont need 4x360mm Rads for 3 580's and a 1100T, Maybe 2 360mm would work fine with proper fans and what not.i also find it weird that u would pick the Crosshair IV Formula Vs the Crosshair IV Extreme which actually supports SLI, which would make things much simpler than using an SLI Hack. Another thing that comes to mind is the huge bottleneck created by that CPU...Im 90% sure a Phenom II cant Handle Tri-SLI like that without encountering some sort of a bottleneck
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how is it a ultimate AMD system when you DON'T have ATI/AMD cards in that system!
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post #7 of 23
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Originally Posted by samuel002 View Post
how is it a ultimate AMD system when you DON'T have ATI/AMD cards in that system!
Kinda what I was thinking. Wouldn't 2 6990's have been a better choice? Maybe , maybe not.
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in any way CF 6990 and SLI 580/590 will be bottlenecked by 1100T , also for 230$ mobo and 230$ CPU , i7-2600k+p67 mobo for the same price would give much better results , and yeah whats up with that ram
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post #9 of 23
I think my 4 year old could put together a better system... Just saying...
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post #10 of 23
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Originally Posted by RabbitGT View Post
in any way CF 6990 and SLI 580/590 will be bottlenecked by 1100T , also for 230$ mobo and 230$ CPU , i7-2600k+p67 mobo for the same price would give much better results , and yeah whats up with that ram
And how exactly do you think the 1100t would be a bottleneck??? Clock for clock the difference between it and sandy bridge is far from huge. Are you saying you would have to overclock for it not to bottleneck sandy bridge as well?
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