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How does this build look?

I was thinking 570 sli, but this build is 150 dollars cheaper and 6950 crossfire scales amazingly good.
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  1. Revised the build, please take a 2nd look if you already browsed through.
  2. not loading for me, can you post it in this format:
  3. Cooler Master HAF 922 Midi Tower
    Corsair TX 850W PSU ATX 12V
    Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHz 6GB CL9 Kit
    Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R ATX, Socket-1366
    Intel Core™ i7 Quad Processor i7-950 Quad Core, 3,06Ghz, Socket 1366, 8MB, 130W, Boxed w/fan
    2x Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 2GB GDDR5 PCI-Express 2.0, 2xDVI, HDMI, 2xmini-DisplayPort *crossfire
    Sony Optiarc DVD±RW burner AD-7260S DVD±R: 24x max, DVD±RW: 8x max, DL, RAM, SATA, Bulk, Black
    WD Caviar® Black 1TB 3,5", SATA 6 Gb/s, 64MB Cache, Dual Processor, 7200RPM

    For gaming on 1920 x 1080. I live in Denmark and need all parts.
  4. should be a fine build. you on't see much difference however between teh i7-950 and teh i5-760. And if you wait 3 weeks, Sandy Bridge should be even better.
  5. I'd be willing to bet ya can get CAS 7 or 8 for the same (or almost) price as CAS 9.

    I'd use a full tower instead of a mid tower .... with twin GFX cards and, I assume, overclocking, I'd want to take a step up in PSU quality......(Antec DF-85 w/ CP-850 or HAF-X w/ Corsair HX850)

    At that price of a box, I'd wanna be able to watch Blue Ray.....if that's you too, a Blue Ray Reader would be a nice addition for a moderate investment
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