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$1100 Gaming Rig

Approximate Purchase Date: Next Month


Budget Range: $1100 Before Rebates


System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, Watching internet video (Youtube), flash games, routine web browsing


Parts Not Required: Nothing


Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com


Country of Origin: USA


Parts Preferences: by brand or type: AMD CPU, ATi Graphics, ASUS MoBo


Overclocking: Probably


SLI or Crossfire: Yes


Monitor Resolution: 1920X1080


Additional Comments: Would like a case window, quiet would be preferred
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  1. Best answer
    Oh well i'd just do up the core build leaving more than enuff room for kb/mouse yada yada hehe

    $910AR
  2. All the combo deals seem to be gone...
  3. if you buy in march, I'd consider a Zambezi or Sandy Bridge when they are back out
  4. ScrewySqrl said:
    if you buy in march, I'd consider a Zambezi or Sandy Bridge when they are back out

    What's so special about the Sandy Bridge CPUs?
  5. very, very fast. they are the newest stuff
  6. The PC above is now $1,080. :(
  7. Thanks!
  8. Yep u are welcomed ^^
  9. Quick question: Could I use a GTX 560 Ti with this build instead?
  10. That Asrock 870Extreme is 8/8 Crossfire out of the box
  11. So it wouldn't work with Crossfire?
  12. Nvidia GPUs in multi GPU configuration is SLI not Crossfire ^^
  13. Totally missed that error, sorry. But it won't work?
  14. Not w/o a sort of hack
  15. it won't work with *multiple* GPUs, a single 560 would be fine
  16. Best answer selected by Mugabuga.
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