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A. My GTX570 runs cooler in my antec 902.
B. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/142?vs=287

It is better and you sir just got owned (the above link, make sure you check whether it's meant to be higher or lower. The i7 2600k beats the 980x in a number of things and costs a fraction of the price)

Back on topic, I'd expect it to last a few years at least. You could always throw some more memory in it and bump it to 16gb in 4gb strips.
lol I didn't even argue with you. thanks for making it clear.

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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post
A. My GTX570 runs cooler in my antec 902.
B. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/142?vs=287

It is better and you sir just got owned (the above link, make sure you check whether it's meant to be higher or lower. The i7 2600k beats the 980x in a number of things and costs a fraction of the price)

Back on topic, I'd expect it to last a few years at least. You could always throw some more memory in it and bump it to 16gb in 4gb strips.
May I just ask.
How come LGA1366 motherboards costs so much more then that LGA1155?
I always thought that more expensive = better in the PC world
post #13 of 20
Yeah, the only reason I put the HAF is because it's just got amazing airflow.

But it looks like a 14 year old thug running around in burbury and kappa clothing saying "innit man".

Yes, you don't really need two gtx580's, but if it's in your budget then why not. The rest of it is pretty much for performance and reduandancy.

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May I just ask.
How come LGA1366 motherboards costs so much more then that LGA1155?
I always thought that more expensive = better in the PC world
In this case the more expensive is older technology.
 
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May I just ask.
How come LGA1366 motherboards costs so much more then that LGA1155?
I always thought that more expensive = better in the PC world
Triple-channel memory plus all that unnecessary stuff that comes with the X58 chipset renders it more expensive, although it performs worse compared to the P67 chipset.

By the way, you can simply get a HD6990 or GTX590 rather than SLI cards. IMO one card is more economically friendly than two.
post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by Optimus2x View Post
May I just ask.
How come LGA1366 motherboards costs so much more then that LGA1155?
I always thought that more expensive = better in the PC world
Not really, they cost more because they cost more to produce. Fabricating 6 cores of silicon is more expensive than doing 4.


And Sazyat, you told me my input was wrong. So yes, you did argue with me and tell me that I was wrong.
And
post #17 of 20
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Triple-channel memory plus all that unnecessary stuff that comes with the X58 chipset renders it more expensive, although it performs worse compared to the P67 chipset.

By the way, you can simply get a HD6990 or GTX590 rather than SLI cards. IMO one card is more economically friendly than two.
But it doesn't perform as well, and aren't you rocking a xfire setup....
post #18 of 20
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Okey thanks

Which screen would you guys recommend?
28" as you said seems nice but I only want 1 screen
post #19 of 20
Well,

Samsung, dell (expensive), LG, Asus, any of these make good quality screens. But in short, i'm not amazing on them so I leave them to someone who knows

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post #20 of 20
No comp. He said ur input was CORRECT. He was being humble about it and you were rude. Why? You probably mis read or mis understood but I believe you owe an appology if you have it in you to be as humble as him.

On the other hand you have given great advice to the OP and I would second all that he has recomended.

I am building a very similar system and now the only thing I am concerned about is that I chose the 800D corsair case. Lol o already purchased it though so ill run with it and see how it goes.

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