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Originally Posted by memerootcopy and pasting a bit much aren't we?
Originally Posted by tonyd223HTPC please...
Originally Posted by rollono game yet still uses quad core.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiWe want to say the same things and the products don't change, so what else would we do?
Originally Posted by rolloprices seem to be on the rise for most products
6months ago i got what was the premium rig now - the 930 for under £1200 now its 1650 thats a massive price rise for same hardware. ( i know a few peaces might be dif but i dout its a huge dif)
no game yet still uses quad core.
Originally Posted by BrooxyQuote:Originally Posted by tonyd223HTPC please...
How about a fileserver build? Large storage and RAID with a low power consumption...
Originally Posted by mateeYou could add some kind of a benchmark. I do realize there are plenty of benchmarks out there. This however would give a nice overview of how much you are getting going for a more expensive option.
But I guess you often don’t have the exact hardware you recommend at your disposal.
We've forgone the case too, because it's almost impossible to find one that fits four, dual slot graphics cards in..... If you do have a case to recommend us, please let us know though!
Originally Posted by Lehmanni disagree with your folding rig, 18,000 ppd on those 4 card at best. build a i7-920 or 930 GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD3R a couple sticks of memory or your choice. will work just fine with 2 sticks. cheap hard drive. cheapest video card you can find. overclocked to 4.0ghz with a corsair h50 maybe a hair more. its worth 17,000 ppd running smp. its cheaper and uses less power at the wall.
Originally Posted by tad2008Roll on April so we can see if the Fermi cards are worth their salt and get included...
Originally Posted by eddtoxAny thoughts on USB 3.0? I'm looking to build a new system for ~£650. Highest priority is future-proofing as I don't want to upgrade the whole system any time soon, but I do hope to be able to drop in/swap bits as needed.
Originally Posted by memeroot@Bindibadgi
perhaps write an article, or put the new bit in bold so we dont have to re-read the old stuff?
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