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  1. Sorry, double posted on accident.
  2. Alot of your links are broken; might want to fix those...
  3. raptorxrx said:
    Alot of your links are broken; might want to fix those...


    Sorry, I fixed them. Suggestions are appreciated.
  4. Ok here we go.

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applica [...] u=B69-1373

    Stay away, shady PSU imo, and you can do better by your self.

    First build, looks good: I'm an Intel man myself though.

    First build is better imo, but I would want the 6950 in it. Overall it looks like it has higher quality parts. The second one is good too though.
  5. So the first build is no good. Gotcha.

    More suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks raptor!
  6. azeem40 said:
    So the first build is no good. Gotcha.

    More suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks raptor!


    Uhh quite the opposite actually, raptor is saying your first build is best. And I'm going to agree, I'm an intel guy myself since the processors benchmark better.
  7. No he has me right, the first tiger direct one is bad. The next two are good. I would go with the first real build. Oh and np.
  8. I heard AMD Processors are better for gaming than Intel Processors. Is this true or false?

    EDIT: What monitor should I buy?
  9. False. But they are good budget procs. And it'll run games fine. It's just the i5-2500k is the best for a gaming build. But they are more expensive.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236117
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236059
  10. Please list the names of the computer components ..... I'd get RSI if I had to clickey clickey thru all those links before answering questions. The builds each have some good components and some I'd rather avoid.

    The Antec Illusion at $40 is a much better case
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139010

    The XFX Core Edition 650 is an equal quality PSU but $15 cheaper after MIR
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207014

    I'd take the factory OC'd 560 900Mhz over the factory OC'd twin Frozr....slightly better scores and less money as single card.....huge lead when SLI'd tho.....and the 560 Ti can hit 30% OC's.

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1201&page=17

    I'd do a Sandy Bridge build w/ a CF / SLI Mobo, Corsair Vengeance RAM (8GB)
  11. I updated my first post with the names of the computer components.

    Would switching all those components make the processor compatible?

    Also, keep the suggestions coming.
  12. Any one else?
  13. I AM open to more builds, especially i5 builds, so please help!
  14. So no one is willing to help me at all...?
  15. No, I will but I get on once a day. Hold on! We can't be on all the time.
  16. Oh, you made another thread.
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