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Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by ss999, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. ss999 New Member

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    Well came up with some parts for my new build what do you think any suggestions are welcome.

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    i dont like the idea of a micro atx board thinking about switching to this:

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    Also should i switch to a 560 ti twin frozr, ya or nay
     
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    Stick with the 6950.

    Why not invest into a Sandy Bridge build?

    It'd be a lot better than wasting money on the Phenom II processors.
     
  3. ss999 New Member

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    sandy bridge huh really that big a deal
     
  4. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    It is, a 2500/k or 2600/k, the k versions have unlocked multipliers.
     
  5. ss999 New Member

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    what do you reccomend with 6950
     
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    Definately get a Sandy bridge. i7 2600k for a 5.0GHZ overclock on air.
     

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