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2x 560 ti in sli would be cheaper than 1 580 and have more power, i don't see the point of getting a 580.....
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Originally Posted by e92 View Post
None of them. Sorry, I might forgot to check the value

I have 4000 dollars Budget then
As I have 21.000 NOK
Well in that case, You can pretty much do whatever you want.

How about some of this?

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I would get GTX 590 over GTX 580 SLi and get i7 2600k/p67 board.
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Originally Posted by phantasmor View Post
2x 560 ti in sli would be cheaper than 1 580 and have more power, i don't see the point of getting a 580.....
Cause SLi 560s is the most you can have and two 580s on a $4000 budget will make for a better system than SLi 560s...
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Originally Posted by PowerTrip View Post
Well in that case, You can pretty much do whatever you want.

How about some of this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wMBS_bfkFk
Haha, no thanks
I only want 1 screen, like 24"+ and
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post #17 of 48
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
Cause SLi 560s is the most you can have and two 580s on a $4000 budget will make for a better system than SLi 560s...
yeah, that IS something if i had a 4000$ i would go quad sli 580, there is a board on newegg that has x8/x8/x8/x8 capability, and that would be so awesome! i would do that in a heartbeat
post #18 of 48
Why not go extreme with $3000? I suggest i7-990x, gtx 590, and other components that other people have mention $3000 is too much for a desktop computer.
    
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Originally Posted by robwadeson View Post
Why not go extreme with $3000? I suggest i7-990x, gtx 590, and other components that other people have mention $3000 is too much for a desktop computer.
Because an unlocked overclocked 2600k for $315 can reach 5Ghz and beat a $1000 dollar 990x easily.



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In fact, the most expensive processor in the market, the 1000-dollar six-core Core i7-990X Extreme Edition, can be titled the today’s fastest CPU only during video processing and transcoding, final rendering and a few specific tasks, such as encryption and batch image processing. As for the majority of general-purpose applications, including contemporary 3D games, it yields significantly to Core i7-2600K. Although the latter CPU has a smaller L3 cache, it can boast much higher relative performance per core.

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Edited by PowerTrip - 4/13/11 at 11:49am
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post #20 of 48
hell with 4k....

i7 2600k
ASUS MAXIMUS
8gb Ripjaws X Series
Corsair ax 850 power supply
Xonar Essence STX
SLI GTX 580
Razer mamba
A Keyboard

Corsair Obsidian 800/700d or Silverstone TJ07 Modded and Powdercoated Black

30" IPS monitor - This will run you 1k already


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