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apritske

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So after much research and headache, I’ve ordered everything for the system that I am building. Now I want to know what more experienced minds have to say about my configuration, check it out:

Motherboard: ECS KA3 MVP AIT Xpress3200 Crossfire Chipset
Memory: 2GB PC6400 DDR2/800 Corsair XMS2 with Heat Spreader
Video: 2 x NVIDIA Geforce 7900 GT 256MB PCI Express set in Crossfire
HD: 2 x 160GB SATA-II RAID 0 Stripped

Not to mention a pretty sweet case, a 19” Widescreen, and liquid cooling – all for about 1700.

Am I worthy?
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apritske

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My one regret is the motherboard...
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Ditch the mobo for something better then i definately would.

Ditch the SLI and the RAID as well your just wasting your money on them. Also liquid cooling unless you are getting a good kit dont bother with it.
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Um did you relise that you have bought a crossfire mother board and two NVIDEA graphics cards????

the two are not compatable you must buy a motherboard that is compatable with SLI NOT crossfire!

if you have already ordered these parts you better either cancel or see if you can return either then motherboard or the video cards

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