Also what an absolutely plain, and unimpressive case. It's like you went ape sh!t with some of the stuff, and just glazed over other parts. Confusing.
haha yeah, but hey its whats inside that counts right? Maybe hes going for a 'sleeper' kinda thing. Great build though I would get some better ram and sacrifice 8 gigs and settle for just 4x2 gig. But hey thats just me. Or possible get two of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
same capacity (16 gigs) rated for faster speed with somewhat comparable timings. good call on the gskill though i have had great luck with the last 3 ddr3 sets i got from gskill
Thanks for the Help Man i see that i cant go with a Raid 0 for AMD but i have decided to go with raid 10 on the SSD for the secure and not corruption possibility. and about the PSU your Right, so i calculated all the Wattage,Voltage,Amp's Again and got the Corsair 1000W Version.and on the ram... im not so good with it but i decided not to spend so much on it since im not going to be overclocking the ram, so i got some 8G Should be enough.
Aldo i cant do anything about the SSD wich i was hopping for Performance.
Yeah about the LIAN LI PC-A71F i saw the posibility. but i decided to change it to the Corsair 800d because of the watercooling and Cable management.
and about the 600GB thnks for the info. i dint know that they had a 600GB SATA 6GB/s. but your right.
I'm not sure why you're bothering with both Velociraptors and SSDs. Why not just go all SSD?
What banthracis was saying was that only the Intel SSDs support RAID 0. Not that you can't do it on an AMD build. His contention was that other (Corsair, Kingston, etc.) SSDs do not support RAID 0 (yet).
By definition, you cannot do RAID 10 at a hardware level with just 2 drives. RAID 10 requires 4 drives. RAID 1 can be done with 2 drives, RAID 0 can be done with 2 drives.
(Theoretically, you could do some fancy Linux magics and trick the SSDs into thinking that they're each 2 drives and mirroring between the two. I'm pretty sure you can't do that on Windows.)