Built this for a customer at work. He needed it done in a few hours so I didn't get to run any benches really, but it was fast let me tell you that. Intel Smackover Motherboard Intel Core i7 Extreme 965 3.2GHz Engineering Sample (also had a i7 920 2.66GHz Engineering Sample as a "spare") Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme 1366 + AS5 3GB Qimonda DDR3 (cheap stuff, temp till he gets a better kit I guess) NVIDIA Quadro FX4800 1.5GB Intel SSDSA2MH080G1C5 80GB SATA SSD (benches on this later) Dual 500GB Seagate 7200.11 500GB Dual Seagate 15k Cheetahs w/ 8 port Promise SAS Controller (customer didn't have cables, didn't use these, didn't even check drive sizes) ASUS 20x DL DVD-RW SATA Antec P182B Antec True Power Quattro 850w What little benches I got I will post later. EDIT: Here is the SSD bench and overall stats on the system: EDIT: Here are 3D Mark 06 and 3D Mark Vantage scores... Now what I don't understand is how my computer gets better benches, check my system specs. I can understand my 8800 Ultra beating a FX4800 which is a card tuned for CAD etc, but how the heck does my quad core Q6600 at 3.6GHz (being an older cpu design) get 10k more points in Vantage (i7 -> 20347, my Q6600 -> 32054) than a top of the line i7 965 3.2GHz quad core with 8 threads? My Q6600 is only .4GHz faster with my OC. I know that 3D Mark can be a poor benchmark but the result is still bothering me.