Published on 11th July 2011 by
Originally Posted by Krisactually, I would just add that instead of a gtx590 (that might blow up on you), you'd be better off with xfired 6970 cards, it would save you a good amount of money while performing faster and consuming a lot less power at the same time. What's not to like?
Originally Posted by Affordable All-RounderThe GTX 460 1TB still has the besting of the HD 6850 in most of our test games though, if only by a little.
Originally Posted by rv88ukIn the premium player you seem to be using 3 SATA III drives (SSD + 2x 2TB WD Caviar Black HDDs), however the Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z only has 2 SATA III ports. Is there any performance decrease from using SATA II with the 2TB drives?
Originally Posted by hurrakanIs the motherboard Z68 or P67 ?
Originally Posted by chrismarkham1982bit-tech dont like multi gpu set-ups normally
Originally Posted by SnipsThe 590 is here because it was faster, quiter and cooler than the 6970. After thorough testing by Bit-tech it was the better option.
Originally Posted by Krisa gtx590 is a multigpu setup :)
Originally Posted by SnipsWhine, whine, AMD, whine, whine, bang for buck, whine, whine, alternative, whine, whine.....etc, etc.
Every month you say the same thing. Come on, gives us a better argument.
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