Total: (newegg) $655.46 + (microcenter) $271.14 = $ 926.16 with shipping and tax
So what do you guys think, is this a good build. If you have any changes I would prefer not to go any higher as I already reached my budget. Im not going to overclock the cpu now but maybe later when I buy a better heatsink. This build is supposed optimized for crossfire in the future, do all the part support crossfire? .I'm not sure if the HAF 912 can fit two 6950's but I'm pretty sure it can. All help is appreciated. This is my first build btw.
Well I only meant newegg reviews but it does seem like a good mobo, unfortunately its sold out at newegg. Is the 560ti better than the hd 6950 when sli/cf is involved?
Also are the other parts acceptable? Thaks for all the help so far.
No both ar4e acceptable. The 560 Ti is good for overclocking manually and the fact that it runs cool and quiet is a plus. The 6950 runs loud and hot but it overclocks/unlocks to the 6970 which is a bit better than the 570 (the 560 Ti overclocked)