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November 18, 2011 5:49:07 PM

Hey guys I'm building a computer, well getting one built for gaming.

I've come down to three set ups and seeing if you guys could have look and tell me which would be better for high quality gaming. Or if they are all useless :p 
I know a little about computers but i'm definitely no pro so any advice is welcome.

Motherboard: Gigabyte G1. guerrilla SATA3. USB 3.0 raid. bigfoot kiler lan xi-fi audio
Processor: intel i7-980 core i7CPU six core 3.33GHz (990x is to expensive or would it be worth upgrading to that)?
Graphics Card: 2x ATI HD 6970 PCI-E 2 gig in crossfire OR 2x nvida geforce GTX 580 1536mb SLI
RAM: 24gig G.skill ddr3 1600mhz
SYSTEM: window 7 ultimate.


Motherboard: Gigabyte G1. guerrilla SATA3. USB 3.0 raid. bigfoot kiler lan xi-fi audio
Processor: intel i7-980 core i7CPU six core 3.33GHz (990x is to expensive or would it be worth upgrading to that)?
Graphics Card: Nvida Geforce gtx 590 PCI-E 2.0 3 gig ddr5 DVIx3 mini DP x1
RAM: 24gig G.skill ddr3 1600mhz
SYSTEM: window 7 ultimate.

Two above options are much the same apart from graphics, What would be better in the long run and for running games such as skyrim, battlefield 3, the new diablo 3 and starscarft in high quality


Cheaper option ( still alright? don't know much about AMD or ATI)
Motherboard: Asrock 990fx extreme4 4x DDR3 7.1 ch crossfire/sli SATA3. USB 3.0
Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 Six core 1100t black edition 3.33 ghz
Graphics Card: 2x ATI hd 6970 PCI-e 2.0 1g crossfire
RAM: 16gig G.skill ddr3 1600mhz
SYSTEM: window 7 ultimate.

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November 18, 2011 5:53:48 PM

Sorry i put this in the wrong spot, delete when possible.

Sorry for the inconvenience
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