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Old 12-01-2007, 11:19 AM   #11 (permalink)
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EDIT: 2x QX9770 / 2x QX9650 in this Intel SkullTrail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



4 graphics card... 4x8800ultra or 4x3870X2

hold on thought of something else... Solid State Harddrives (SSD flash) Solid-state drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia set in raid xD

and dont forget the on tap supply of liquid nitrogen for extreme overclocking

We have a winnner!

lol at the guy that put Q6600
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As far as I know, SkullTrail have 2x QX9770 and I think it doesn't support crossfire but it support quad SLI

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ya.. its either/or not both...
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you'll want a phase change cooling box.
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Building a nice machine, who are those fairys in your sig?
hahaha funny but i dont no either (Y)
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Asetek 04-L-1050 Silver Aluminum VapoChill LightSpeed AMD K8 Intel 478
+q9650
but that might go over your budget of $2800
in that case get custom watercooling

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ya.. good addition.. keep ur CPU below 0 degrees
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Asetek 04-L-1050 Silver Aluminum VapoChill LightSpeed AMD K8 Intel 478
+q9650
but that might go over your budget of $2800
in that case get custom watercooling

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i dont have a budget. i was saying that was just how much the ddr hdd cost. and the people in my sig are from the band atreyu. and thanks for all the suggestions so far
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buy a server for 10 G's.
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**** YA DUDE!!
i'm an an atreyu fanatic
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or then again theres always the supercomputer option
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