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i got a few list off parts for my next build i will use my curent gpu and power supply i hop to use the xigmatek gigas case when available and i might wait until ivybridge is out but im still undecided on ivybrifge so this is my sandybridge setup

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OCZ RevoDrive HYBRID 1TB PCI-E SSD Hard Drive - (RVDHY-FH-1T)

£345.60
(£288.00)

£345.60
(£288.00)

Intel Core i5-2500K 3.30GHz (Sandybridge) Socket LGA1155 Processor - OEM

£169.99
(£141.66)

£169.99
(£141.66)

Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z GEN3 Intel Z68 (Socket 1155) DDR3 Motherboard

£146.99
(£122.49)

£146.99
(£122.49)

EK Supreme HF CPU Waterblock - Full Nickel

£69.98
(£58.32)

£69.98
(£58.32)

Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C8 1600MHz Dual Channel Kit (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8)

£59.99
(£49.99)

£119.98
(£99.98)

XSPC Single 5.25" Bay Reservoir - Multi Fascia

£24.98
(£20.82)

£24.98
(£20.82)

Sub Total :

£731.27

Shipping cost assumes delivery to UK Mainland with:
DPD Next Day Parcel
(This can be changed during checkout)

Shipping :

£9.50

VAT is being charged at 20.00%

VAT :

£148.15

Total :

£888.92
 

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revo drive = pointless and a waste of $ if you understand how the technology works. spend the $ on a real SSD and a storage drive instead.
Agreed. Other then that I think it's all good.
 

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ok if i ditch the revodrive and replace it with somthing like a corsair m4 plus a wd black would that be better than a revo drive?
if not what ssd would you recomend?
 

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ok if i ditch the revodrive and replace it with somthing like a corsair m4 plus a wd black would that be better than a revo drive?
if not what ssd would you recomend?
not a bad combo, however considering how insanely expensive mechanical HDD's are these days, might want to hold off on your mechanical drive purchase and just reuse one of your older drives from a previous machine.

maybe hold off till one of those 4tb drives come down in price and get it as a storage drive.
 
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