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Old 10-31-2007, 08:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi every one in a few months i am going to get a new desktop i need a bit of help... My Budgget is large and i was wondering wat i will need if i want to run games like Crysis free of lag, I will need to know alot because i normaly dont make my own computers but i decided this time i will

So if you could tell whats good and if i should wait for any thing to come out i would love to know

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Old 10-31-2007, 02:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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how large?
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Now is the best time to buy if you can.
either 2 or 4gb of crucial ballistix ddr2 6400 memory
intel core2 q6600 g0 cpu
corsair 520hx psu
Evga 680i SLI card
2x evga 8800 gt 512 video cards
thermalright ultra 120 extreme cpu cooler
antec 900 case
g15 keyboard
g5 or g7 mouse
24 inch monitor of your choice
All of this can be done for a bit under 2k.
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