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Gaming RIG suggestions?


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That seems about it, you should be able to pick up 7800GTXs pretty cheap soon, after ATI thrashed them with the slower of the two gfx core releases this year i wouldnt be surprised if they dropped 20% off them when the R580 core gfx cards are released, i feel sorry for the folks that went out and got 7800s as soon as they came out.
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Any other suggestions?

Does my mobo support X2 processors??
How is the power supply??
Is this one better:
The antec SP 500
http://pccyber.ca/sc...product_id=6506
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Anything antec means quality its one of the few pc hardware manufacturers with a really good consistent reputation for solid reliable hardware.
All the nforce4 939 mobos support x2 cpus.
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So i wil go with the antec power supply.

How is my RAM and HD?
Any other suggestions?
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If you want rock solid reliability for the PS, go with the Antec. I have an Ultra PS from Tigerdirect. They are realtively inexpensive, but they are Great IMO.

http://www.tigerdire...26&sku=ULT31592

The modular braided cables look awesome too.
It is a little loud due to the large fan. It has large heavy components inside and heavy gauge wiring, which shows it is nicely made. I have 2 of them running on both my PCs with no problems at all. I believe they are only sold through Tigerdirect though.

I would definitely recommend Newegg for your highend stuff though.

http://www.newegg.com

Tiger is better for budget deals. Rebates are involved, but I've never been refused one yet, and Tiger sends them to you lightning fast now.
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ok
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Just get a good graphics card man, one that can play hard rocking games e.x Most Wanted(no spesifications yet), Battlefield 2. Maybe your a gamar mybe not but its good to have a good card so get a good card, o and the comp locks good just need some accesseries.
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accesories like???
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Like a good cool system and by that I mean a good CPU coling device, good case fans, hard drive cooler, RAM cooler and if you have a gaming case you can get some lights up in there you no accesseries like that. O and try to get a copy of your windows(XP,98,ETC.) If your formating or if you have a new hard drive it will come in handy.
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How many fans does my mobo support (A8N-SLI Deluxe).
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Well I try looking but did not find out, so the best thing to do is ask the company, someone else might no. If I get it I will post it.
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