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September 6, 2011 5:12:08 PM

Ok guys i Reeeeeeaaaaaaly Need you guys help i am seconds away from confirming the order on this rig but im scared i may have built something wrong or incompatible or i dont know if my cpu will bottleneck my gpu or not[yes i am new to this]

So heres a copy & Paste of the rig i reedited from my previous one basically i copied and pasted the details from my the details from ibuypower here goes. :(  :(  :( 


Case - iBUYPOWER Erebus Full Tower Custom Liquid Cooling Gaming Case - Black


Processor - Intel® Core™ i7 990X Processor Extreme Edition (6x 3.46GHz/12MB L3 Cache)


Custom Liquid Cooling - Custom Liquid Cooling w/ Quad + 3 Dual Radiators


Memory - 12 GB [2 GB X6] DDR3-1800 - Corsair or Major Brand

Video Card - [Liquid Cooled] NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 - 3GB - SLI Mode (Dual Cards)


Motherboard - [3-Way SLI] ASUS Rampage III Extreme w/ 4x PCI-E 2.0 x16


Power Supply - 1500 Watt -- SilverStone ST1500

Primary Hard Drive - 96 GB Kingston SSDNow V+100 Series SSD - Dual 96GB Drives (192GB Capacity) - RAID 0 High Performance

Data Hard Drive - 2 TB HARD DRIVE -- 64M Cache, 7200 RPM, 6.0Gb/s - Single Drive


Sound Card - Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series



Monitor - 27" LCD 1920x1080 -- Sceptre X270W-1080P





Basically i want to make sure that this rig can handle high res with all maxed out settings for most if not all current games aswell as the feew comping at the end of this year[Like Skyrim :wahoo:  ]
If you have any suggestions to enhance this rig further or any input of problems with it please tell me i just wanna make sure everythings ok with it before i order it. thxz Guyz

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September 6, 2011 5:44:20 PM

cmon really 10 people viewed this thread and no one replies....
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September 6, 2011 5:47:22 PM

Well first off ive never heard of that power supply i would stick to corsair seasonic or antec as all are good powersupply brands and can power what you need also i would consider a crucial 128gb ssd over that kingston and get the samsung spinpoint f4 for you normal harddrive also i would highly recomend 3 monitors if your spending this much money it takes gaming to a new lvl.
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September 6, 2011 5:55:15 PM

alright thxz for the reply sneeks ima go upgrade right now[all except the moniter idk why i h8 playing on 3 moniters my br0 did and it was to weird for me sorry]
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September 6, 2011 6:00:09 PM

here the choices i have for ssd


SSD (Capacity: less than 100GB)

40 GB Intel 320 SSD More Options
Read: 200MB/s ; Write: 45MB/s[-$231]
60 GB ADATA S511 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 500MB/s[-$189]
60 GB Corsair Force Series F60 SSD More Options
Read: 285MB/s ; Write: 275MB/s[-$205]
60 GB Corsair Force Series 3 F60 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 490MB/s[-$200]
60 GB Corsair Force Series GT SSD More Options
Read: 555MB/s ; Write: 495MB/s[-$191]
64 GB Kingston SSDNow V100 Series SSD More Options
Read: 250MB/s ; Write: 145MB/s[-$210]
80 GB Intel 320 SSD More Options
Read: 270MB/s ; Write: 90MB/s[-$160]
96 GB Kingston SSDNow V+100 Series SSD
Read: 230MB/s ; Write: 180MB/s

Single Drive[-$160]
Dual 96GB Drives (192GB Capacity) - RAID 0 High Performance
Dual 96GB Drives (96GB Capacity) - RAID 1 Data Security[+$0]

SSD (Capacity: 100GB - 200GB)

120 GB ADATA S511 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 510MB/s[-$88]
120 GB Corsair Force Series 3 F120 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 510MB/s[-$113]
120 GB Corsair Force Series GT SSD More Options
Read: 555MB/s ; Write: 515MB/s[-$108]
120 GB Intel 320 SSD More Options
Read: 270MB/s ; Write: 130MB/s[-$115]
120 GB Intel 510 SSD More Options
Read: 400MB/s ; Write: 210MB/s[-$47]
128 GB Kingston SSDNow V100 Series SSD More Options
Read: 250MB/s ; Write: 230MB/s[-$112]
160 GB Intel 320 SSD More Options
Read: 270MB/s ; Write: 165MB/s[-$30]
SSD (Capacity: greater than 200GB)
240 GB ADATA S511 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 520MB/s[+$201]
240 GB Corsair Force Series 3 F240 SSD More Options
Read: 550MB/s ; Write: 520MB/s[+$189]
250 GB Intel 510 SSD More Options
Read: 500MB/s ; Write: 315MB/s[+$305]
256 GB ADATA S599 SSD More Options
Read: 280MB/s ; Write: 270MB/s[+$169]
256 GB ADATA S501 V2 SSD More Options
Read: 355MB/s ; Write: 215MB/s[+$119]
256 GB Kingston SSDNow V100 Series SSD More Options
Read: 250MB/s ; Write: 230MB/s[+$170]
512 GB Kingston SSDNow V+100 Series SSD More Options
Read: 230MB/s ; Write: 180MB/s
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September 7, 2011 3:11:45 AM

build the computer yourself you will save a ton and get a better computer. what is your budget and do you need a mouse keyboard and speakers. also do you need windows 7?
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