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    Looks like a very solid build and that case is sick!

    Anyway I noticed 2 things

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    QwertyMusicMan said:


    Why 2 different rams? They are not the same speed so they are not compatible.

    Otherwise it looks good and according the power usage on your GPU your psu is more then capable to handle sli

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    Mobo + CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Comb [...] mbo.729081


    The mobo you have is not a good board to do SLI with. I would recommend getting the same board but the PRO series instead of the LE version you have.
  2. sorry i cant get the link for the MOB + CPU to work so use yours.
  3. cgleckman said:
    Looks like a very solid build and that case is sick!

    Anyway I noticed 2 things

    1)

    Why 2 different rams? They are not the same speed so they are not compatible.

    Otherwise it looks good and according the power usage on your GPU your psu is more then capable to handle sli

    2)
    Quote:
    Mobo + CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Comb [...] mbo.729081


    The mobo you have is not a good board to do SLI with. I would recommend getting the same board but the PRO series instead of the LE version you have.


    Sorry I didn't mean to include the two different RAM's. Only the bundled one.

    And replace the mobo with: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131771

    That should max most games and all be compatible, right?

    Thanks!
  4. THe mobo has nothing to do with game compatibility but yes thats the mobo i ment and it will do everything you want.

    Edit: as to maxing games that depends on the GPUs and yes 1 6970 will max most games, so 2 of them in SLI will just be over kill but always fun to be able to play on ultra settings with power to spare
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