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  1. stinger608

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    Here is a pretty good deal on some RipJaws.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231277
     
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    Find me a 5850 please :) Around $250ish.
     
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    Way ahead of you :)

    First one he's firm, second is sold, and third has been PM'ed but is currently pending. Believe me, I've got my feelers out. Thanks though!
     
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    Those are good fans but they are so fast they can cut you. :laugh:
     
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    Yep. I usually run them at 5v and they are quiet and move a ton of air.
     
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    i need a 128gb or a pair of 64gb ssds for under $300
     
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    See if you can find another deal on an Iwaki Fits. Haven't gotten another reponse on the one listed here, so I am not sure what is up with it. Anyway, find me one. Also, no joy on the Delta's, I will keep looking.
     
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    OCZ Vertex Series OCZSSD2-1VTX30GXXX 2.5" 30GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) - Retail
    2.5"
    30GB
    SATA II
    [272]
    Was: $164.99*
    Today: $69.99*
    (*After $40.00 Mail-In Rebate Card)

    http://www.newegg.com/Special/ShellShocker.aspx

    Limit 3, but that would give you a fast OS array in raid 0, approaching 700MB/s reads :pimp:
     
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    Raid0 will give some pretty numbers but you wont reach that with 3 of those. Probably 50-75% increase over a single drive: which is still under 500MB/s.

    The Corsair Nova 128GB reads at 250 and writes at 200 and Newegg had it for $320 shipped:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...3107&cm_re=corsair_ssd-_-20-233-107-_-Product
     
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    I have the Summit series drives, which are supposed to be 220MB/s reads. When benching with HDTach, it says 660MB/s for all three drives in raid 0. I'm just assuming it would scale with a different drive, but you could always prove me wrong :toast:
     
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    You have to show me that!!! I want to see 700MB/s transfer rates!

    What board was that on?
     
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    Here are my three OCZ's on my Classified:

    [​IMG]
     
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    ssds scale linear.

    you pretty much add them up and thats the speed you get.

    2 good drives should do 480mb/s read and 370mb/s write.
     
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    Anybody able to find me a deal on a Gulftown? I'm willing to pimp myself out to pay for it... :pimp:
     
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    gah!

    i JUST placed another order.

    which chip you want?

    i got x5677's :D
     
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    Yeah, but don't you loose TRIM capacity in a RAID?
     
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    anyone up for a w5677 or x5677?

    both can be used on x58 no probs. they are 32nm westmere quads. 27x multi

    5ghz on air with a good cooler.

    PM me for details.

    ASAP please.
     
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    Looking for a GTX 295 for a buddy. BFG preferred. If anybody can find me a BFG H20C model for a good price, you'll get paid for finding it.
     
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