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I have just finished compiling all the components together for my computer build. So far I'm pretty happy with it, though I did go over my budget a bit. I am ready to start buying some of the parts, but I would like for the lockergnome community to look over some of the components and give me feedback on this system.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oAwBG6NGrUxegLl9gGFv-h_VGsibvL9Cb9J07qT47-E/edit

asked Jan 02 '13 at 08:06

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edited Jan 02 '13 at 22:24

We are able to look over computer builds. But we need to know what products are going into the build to be able to do so.

(Jan 02 '13 at 19:39) TheTechDude TheTechDude's gravatar image

Right, my bad. I was very tired when I posted this question. So I much have forgotten the link to the document which contains all the components.

(Jan 02 '13 at 22:25) Curtis Coburn Curtis%20Coburn's gravatar image

It looks pretty good; everything should work perfectly. Just to let you know, the motherboard does support crossfire, but since you're going with an Nvidia card, it's irrelevant (Nvidia=SLI, AMD=Crossfire).

answered Jan 03 '13 at 01:15

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So if I wanted to, could I add 2 AMD cards in the machine. Say if I didn't get the Nvidia?

(Jan 03 '13 at 03:32) Curtis Coburn Curtis%20Coburn's gravatar image

Yes, you could get two AMD cards. However, like I've said before, you really won't notice a huge amount of difference between Crossfire and just a single card unless you play games that take advantage of it.

(Jan 04 '13 at 14:36) catchatyou catchatyou's gravatar image

Just wanted to let you know the PSU is overpriced

answered Jan 05 '13 at 10:41

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