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December 31, 2011 2:59:38 AM

Of course, since it has true dual x16 and tri x8, the x79 chipset requiring an LGA 2011 processor (i7 3820 for gaming), with raided SandForce ssds and two or three ATI HD7970 and at least 4x4gb 2400 ram. Better get a nice set of at least 3 Dell u2711 or better.
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December 31, 2011 3:13:55 AM

most powerful for *** and giggles and giggles would still be a 2500k with the most gpu you can fit in a system.

i5-2500k + 4x 7970 + 8 gb of ram + 128gb ssd would be as powerful as you can go for gaming. OC everything but the ssd.
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December 31, 2011 3:37:16 AM

I don't see the problem with finding a board since there are ones out there and this is purely hypothetical.

anyways most of the money in this would go into the display I'd guess cause theres a limmit to the number of cards and cpu power but you'd be able to add a lot more displays like 20 1600p screens.
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December 31, 2011 3:44:25 AM

i think id perfer somthing alot the lines of a 3screen setup running 6 7970s so theres 6 gig per screen 2 intel 6cores at 7 ghz fully submerged in mineral oil and have the mineral oil goign through a cooling system , 10 tb of ssd no hdds a logitech g15 and a razer mamba with drdre beat pros with a astro mix amp and coby djmic and 16.1 ambient lighting ;D of course this is hypothetical lol
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December 31, 2011 3:49:26 AM

robthatguyx said:
i think id perfer somthing alot the lines of a 3screen setup running 6 7970s so theres 6 gig per screen 2 intel 6cores at 7 ghz fully submerged in mineral oil and have the mineral oil goign through a cooling system , 10 tb of ssd no hdds a logitech g15 and a razer mamba with drdre beat pros with a astro mix amp and coby djmic and 16.1 ambient lighting ;D of course this is hypothetical lol
that doesn't even work... you won't be able to get 6 pci express lanes and you'd only get 3 gb in total for the memory if you run them in crossfire. 10 tb of ssd wouldn't help in gaming and why use mineral oil when you can use liquid helium :D 
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December 31, 2011 3:57:52 AM

This is getting silly fast.

X79 - 3930k - because the 3960X offers no benefit
4x580
4x2GB Ripjaw Z series 2400

Really, this represents the max possible gaming system today.
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December 31, 2011 4:19:22 AM

yess yess liguid helium sounds quite nice
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December 31, 2011 4:26:29 AM

esrever said:
most powerful for *** and giggles and giggles would still be a 2500k with the most gpu you can fit in a system.

i5-2500k + 4x 7970 + 8 gb of ram + 128gb ssd would be as powerful as you can go for gaming. OC everything but the ssd.

why a 2500 why not 2600 or 990x?
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December 31, 2011 4:27:36 AM

but a4mula answerd the ? lol
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