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Will it handle 3d 120hz 1920x1080 ?

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May 27, 2011 12:51:13 AM

Hello, i am sory if this is a wrong section, i did search couple of times. I am buying new pc and it is for 3D gaming, and i really need your advise/opinion. I am thinking about this 2 pc's. First one costs $1400 and second one $1800. And now the question: Will i be able to play games like , Bad company 2 with maxed out settings on 1920x1080 >>120Hz<< ? 3D monitor is Acer HN274H which is also not cheap $950. The point is, I really want to buy the first(1) pc which cost $1400. Because I do not have the extra 400 bucks @ the moment, only at the end of next month. Here are the specs of the two pc's. PC 1: I7 2600k Stock 3.4GHz. Stock cooler. 8GB ddr3 1333. Asus P8H61-M PRO. Palit GeForce GTX580 1.5GB ddr5. 750watt ATX. PC 2: I7 2600k OC 4.4GHz. Arctic-Cooling Freezer 13 Pro. Palit GeForce GTX580. 8 GB DDR3 1600 Kingston HyperX. MSI P67A-C43 (B3). OCZ Vertex2 120 GB E SSD. 750 watt ATX. Both items come with 2 year warranty. Sry for my poor English, doing my best. Thank you for your time!

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May 27, 2011 1:08:58 AM

for gaming the 2600k is a waste of money because games cant take advantage of what the i7 has to offer go with the 2500k. get the hyper 212 plus cpu cooler at amazon for 30$. no thermal paste. asrock p67 extreme 4 mobo. this psu- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... . 2 gtx 560 ti's in sli (they will give you 40% better performance than the single 580 for less. get this ram quick- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... . or get this ram- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... . and what case are you getting?
May 27, 2011 1:32:27 AM

Are you serious about i5 ? I didn't know that. Case? LoL he didn't mention name of the case, but it looks very cheap. Are you sure about 2x gtx560Ti? Thank you very much for your kind reply! Please people do share your opinion.
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May 27, 2011 1:43:23 AM

a pair of 560Ti cards do indeed perform VERY well....

Concur on 2500k over the 2600k; the latter's 45% price premium over 100 MHz and a .1% improvement are a waste of money better spent on GPUs, IMO....
May 27, 2011 1:48:26 AM

I dont think newegg accepts international orders. I live in the Netherlands (Europe).
May 27, 2011 1:51:17 AM

Take a look at this chart. It doesnt have the option of 560 ti in SLI but it shows gtx460 SLI vs 1 gtx580 and it matches the 580 pretty close...and its cheaper. So imagine the 560ti in SLI mode compared to the gtx 580. Like one said earlier..2 560ti's is cheaper than a 580.


http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/314?vs=305
May 27, 2011 2:39:04 AM

the nzxt phantom is a very good case
May 27, 2011 11:13:49 AM

Guys thank you very much for your time and opinion. Now who can answer my question 3D 120hz? New specs are i5 2500k stock speed. GTX 560Ti SLI. 8 GB ddr3 1333. Mobo: Asus p8p67. Psu: how much will be enough? Remember last thing I wanna do is spent unnecessary money. An reliable cheap psu, if something like that exists :)  thanks!
May 28, 2011 1:06:27 AM

the p8p67 will not sli unless you want to run your second card at x4. get the asrock p67 extreme4 for the same price. tx750 is a good choice for your psu.
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