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Old 05-26-2008, 05:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Would these power supplies support 2 video cards if i ever decide to get 2?

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Get the 520hx.

620hx only if you plan on upgrading (future) while keeping that psu.
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if ur goin to get a gx2 dont get a dual core, e8400 why? get a q6600 or a q9300. if ur gettin the best card get one of the best cpu's.
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Old 05-27-2008, 04:31 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I have decided to wait a month or 2, to see what happens with the video cards.

I think by then ill have $1500 or so, looking for advice on what to get.
All I need is a Motherboard, Ram, Cpu (and vid card).
I looked through the recommended parts post but the motherboards i looked at all had bad reviews on newegg.

I prefer Nvidia, Intel and G.Skill,but im open to suggestions.
All I use the computer for is gaming.
Never overclocked.
I want a machine that can play the games at max settings with ease if possible.
Also looking to get a physics card, any suggestions/ upcoming news?

Thanks for all of the help, I really do appreciate it

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don't pay attention to newegg reviews. most of the time they are just a DOA board or a bad experience with the company, and they get a bad review because of it. so really go with our list over newegg reviews.
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don't pay attention to newegg reviews. most of the time they are just a DOA board or a bad experience with the company, and they get a bad review because of it. so really go with our list over newegg reviews.
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