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Thanks a lot for you help guys I will take in your advice.

An SSD does sound good I might as well add one in. biggrin.gif

I have changed 2 things so far

MB now-MSI P67A-GD65 B3 Intel P67 Express - Socket 1155 Motherboard

CPU now- Intel CPU Core i7 2600K Unlocked Sandy Bridge Quad Core Processor

I know the CPU fits the MB but I am a little concerned about the MB and if it can handle all of this?


Also I wont be doing any over-clocking with Volts on the GPU so will I be fine as "fluxlite" said they have poor VRAM. Will I be fine with them?


Also I have the Windows 7 upgrade disk, Can i install that on the SSD or will i need to by the full version?


Thanks again guys/girls for all you help!
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Your build looks great!
my suggestions!
1. ssd for boot/OS
2. A QUALITY 750-850 PSU is all you will need for SLI-GTX570,s
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Originally Posted by Hunter1428;13081503 
Thanks a lot for you help guys I will take in your advice.

An SSD does sound good I might as well add one in. biggrin.gif

I have changed 2 things so far

MB now-MSI P67A-GD65 B3 Intel P67 Express - Socket 1155 Motherboard

CPU now- Intel CPU Core i7 2600K Unlocked Sandy Bridge Quad Core Processor

I know the CPU fits the MB but I am a little concerned about the MB and if it can handle all of this?


Also I wont be doing any over-clocking with Volts on the GPU so will I be fine as "fluxlite" said they have poor VRAM. Will I be fine with them?


Also I have the Windows 7 upgrade disk, Can i install that on the SSD or will i need to by the full version?


Thanks again guys/girls for all you help!

what you would need to do as i believe was stated by someone else in an earlier posting, is this, find a torrent or downloadable copy of the same version of windows as your upgrade disk, you can then use the downloaded copy to install windows 7 and use the product key from your upgrade disk to activate it:)
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