Any suggestions would be insanely welcome... This is the last computer that I will have the extra cash to build and so I wanted it to be as reasonably well made for future technology advances as possible without it costing an arm and a leg... Anyways if you all have any suggestions as the topic stated please lend me some insight, I have built two computers but during my college days I have since fallen slightly out of the loop with the computer building hobbyists.
If you can top it with another nice gaming machine, let me know.
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Well actually I thought you were going to run sli on the "official" nvidia chipset. But if not then a very good option and very popular is the
asus P5W DH deluxe, although it doesnt support sli it does support crossfire. It is around the same price but has the intel 975X chipset and there is the added wifi option.
Yeah, I tossed around the idea of the ASUS but the previous computer I built had an Asus board DOA on me and then a friend recently got a DOA one as well.. So, I havent had stellar luck with those mobo's as most everyone else
I'd love to SLi 8800gtx cards but its outta my league - . -
Nice build. I was gonna say get 2 gigs RAM but looks like you've done that.
This is way out from left field but........depending on whether you do any work at home or value your MP3's, etc.......you might wanna consider a 2nd hard drive or external drive for backup. With such a nice system and that much money, an extra $80-$100 isn't much on the total price. But lost data is priceless. Happened to me.