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Old 12-03-2006, 03:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I love the look of this case and have heard wonderful things about Lian Li.

I picked this mobo because it is the only SLI board for Core 2 Duo out right now that was recomended.

Video Card
Get one now and then a second for SLI when the price goes down.

Power Supply
I was debating between this one and this one, I've heard good things about both but I prefered the sleeved cables on the OCZ.

Cheap and with good overclocking potential.

G.Skill was recommended to me but so was Corsair. I plan on doing some overclocking so which one do you guys/gals think would be best?

Hard Drive

DVD Drive

Nice big monitor

Any suggestions, comments, and/or criticism is gladly welcomed. This will be my first build and I'd like it to last for awhile.
Thanks in advance.

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I figured since you going big on everything else i would get a e6600 instead of the e6300 the e6600 has more cache.
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