Building my system

So... at the moment these are my system specs that I built back in march

Tower: Thermal LVL 10 GT
Motherboard:ASuS ROG Maximus IV Extreme-Z
CPU: INTEL 2700k OC 4.6
Memory:16Gb of Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz
Boot drive:OCZ vertex II 120gb SSD 6gb/s
Games Drive: 2tb 7200rpm Seagate
GPU:Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 S/C
Cooling:2x 240mm case fan, plus intel liquid cooling
Powersupply: Kinswin 1200watt gold+ cert modular
Optical:Lite-Blu ray burner
monitor:24" samsung LED
Mouse: Razer Mamba 2012 Elite
Keyboard: Razer Black Widow Ultimate Mechanical Keyboard
Mousepad: Razer Vespula

So Now Lets talk about the new extra's

GPU(s): GTX GeForce 680's SLI
Putting the 580 as Dedicated PHySX
Monitor(s):2x 24" Samsung LED
HDD:2/ 2tb 7200rpm seagate
Optical: Pioneer Blu ray burner
Removable: Ultra 4 port usb, 7 in 1 memory card reader, audio I/O
Headset:Razer Chimaera 5.1, 5.8 Mhz gaming headset
Gaming pad: razer Nostromo
Gaming Controller : Razer Onza Tourney Controller
Webcam(For School):Logitech quick cam AF orbit


I am looking for input into the build?
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  1. I'd suggest getting an SSD instead of getting another 2TB hard drive.

    If you want pure performance, OCZ vertex 4. If you want reliability Crucial, Samsung, Plextor, Mushkin.
  2. I have ssd for my boot drive its the ocz vertex i only use the other drives as storage for gaming and simple files.
  3. You pretty much have a power rig here. Can't add to what you already have.
  4. Only one suggestion: Build it and gift it to me!! :D

    Good setup there! But will you really need 2 680's PLUS a dedicated 580 for PhySx?? The SLI should be more than capable of handling the PhySx as well! I dunno, just a thought...
  5. I want one of those rigs that can run visual basic for editing, dreamweaver for web design, bf3 and mw3 plus webs urn at the same time and not break a sweat with all games running benchmark on ultra setting just because i can
  6. This topic has been moved from the section Graphics & Displays to section Systems by Mousemonkey
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