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by kovans / December 16, 2007 7:06 AM PST

its not the super super best but its freaking good

case:Gigabyte 3D Aurora 570
psu:Thermaltake Toughpower 600 watt
mobo:Intel D975XBX2
proc:Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.0ghz
ram:Kingston HyperX PC2-8500 2gb
proc cooler:Zalman Big Ups
sound: Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer
video: 2x Ati Radeon 2600 xt in crossfire

i have 1 cd-rom drive and 1 dvd rom drive and a 160 gb seagate barracuda 7200 rpm hard drive if im missing anything let me know

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No problem here
by VAPCMD / December 16, 2007 10:02 AM PST
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Just one about an HD 3850 now and another later if you feel the need for more GPU ?


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are you buying the d975bx2?
by ramarc / December 16, 2007 11:59 PM PST
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if so, get a different mobo. they are not compatible with the new penryns (45nm core2). consider the msi p35 neo2-fr or gigabyte ga-p35-ds3 or abit ip35.

like vap said, dual radeon hd2600xt are more expensive than and won't match the performance of one radeon hd3850. the radeon hd3870/512mb and geforce 8800gt/256mb are about $50 more and perform even better.

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