SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: (Gaming, Internet surfing, Homework, Streaming, etc.)
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: (keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers,)
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg.com or what ever is the cheapest
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: US and A
PARTS PREFERENCES: non, whatever gets me what i want, yo
OVERCLOCKING: probs not, unless you can prove to me its easy and harmless
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: yes
MONITOR RESOLUTION:currently have 1280x1024 but will upgrade eventually
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Let me know what you think of my build. Does everything work together, will it be smooth. I want this to be completely upgradeable and last me for 5 to 6 years. Is this CPU okay for what i want or should i throw down an extra couple hundo for i7 930? Should I spend $40 getting a SATA 3 HD vs. the SATA 2 HD. Will the MoBo's SATA 3 ports work with SATA 2 HD? Is 650 Watts enough for the PSU? Is the RAM compatible? Do I need extra cooling, like fans, heat sinks, or water cooling? Do I need to buy any extra cables or anything that i dont have inorder to get this going? Is this a bad ass build for $1100? THANKS! sorry bout all the questions. My first build
Will it need extra cooling or wires that i haven't bought?
do u have any recommendations about the sata compatibility and what is better?
Is it better to get a better mobo in order to use triple channel and get 6 gbs of ram? So is the difference between dual and triple channel is that one can come in twos and the other in threes? or is it totally different? If I eventually want to upgrade would i get 2 sets of 2 4gbs dual channel deals?
no u dont need extra thing get the sata 3 its better.. the diference between ram is that amd mobos dont use triple channel and intel ones does ... u can use 2 sets of 2 dualc channel memory but u dont need it... for gaming u just use 3gb..