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  04 April 2013
Originally Posted by Navstar: Can you give me more info on the components if I wanted to do this?

I priced it out again, but remembered that we were going to reuse some cases/power supplies so our build was cheaper.

Here is a screenshot of a newegg cart (and let me stress I have no idea if this combo would work, specs wise it should but I haven't tried this combo at all.)

I tried to get it as close to a usable system as possible while staying around $1200.

No OS here, or hard drive, BTW. Also, Duke Nukem Forever for free. Right guys? Right??

  04 April 2013
Originally Posted by AdamT: I've got 64gb ram, too, but I have to run it as pc1333 even though it's rated pc1600. Anyway, the difference between 4.6 and 4.8 is minimal.

4.5 gets you to the 13 point on the cb score anything beyond that is icing on the cake really, i mean for a 3.2ghz cpu, getting a whole extra ghz is pretty sweet, and you can do that really easily with the 3930, not sure why anyone would go with anything else at the moment.
Quote: "Until you do what you believe in, how do you know whether you believe in it or not?" -Leo Tolstoy
Kai Pedersen
  04 April 2013

Originally Posted by AdamT: Slackers. :-D

These Intel chips overclock like crazy. Got mine on water running @ 4.8 GHz.

  04 April 2013
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