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11 Jan 2011   #21

Windows 8 64bit Professional
 
 

This is what I have so far...


Motherboard: EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI
Graphics 1: NVidia GeForce 580GTX
Grahpics 2: NVidia GeForce 580GTX
Graphics 3: NVidia GeForce 580GTX
PSU : EVGA Classified SR-2 1200watt
Processor: Intel i7 920 3.2Ghz
HDD 1 : Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB
HDD 2 : Western Digital AV-GP 2TB Sata
HDD 3 : Western Digital AV-GP 2TB Sata
HDD 4 : Western Digital AV-GP 2TB Sata
HDD 5 : Western Digital AV-GP 2TB Sata
HDD 6 : Western Digital AV-GP 2TB Sata
RAM : Corsair Dominator 12GB (4GB x3)
ROM : Lite-on Bluray with 3D Support (not sure I need this one?)
Keyboard: Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard
Mouse : Logitech G9 Gaming Mouse
Monitor 1: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Monitor 2: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Monitor 3: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Monitor 4: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Monitor 5: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Monitor 6: Acer H243Hbmid 24"
Sound : Logitech Z-5500 505watt System
Video : Logitech C910 Web-Cam


Any suggestions? Ignore the Hard Drive Space, I have lots of video files I need to save; and I encode Blu-ray files.

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11 Jan 2011   #22

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3
 
 

I was going to say that burner is way out there in price don't know how much 3d burning you plan on doing but WOW.
My LG Blu Ray burner with lightscribe was under $100 and I really like it a lot.
Also in deals of the day I posted Mushkin DDR3 12 gb 3x4gb for $199.99 with the code. But then I just happen to like Mushkin as well.
Fabe
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11 Jan 2011   #23

Windows 8 64bit Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thefabe View Post
I was going to say that burner is way out there in price don't know how much 3d burning you plan on doing but WOW.
My LG Blu Ray burner with lightscribe was under $100 and I really like it a lot.
Also in deals of the day I posted Mushkin DDR3 12 gb 3x4gb for $199.99 with the code. But then I just happen to like Mushkin as well.
Fabe
Thanks again Fabe, I won't be purchasing it this week because I haven't graduated yet. But this is a "Future" build, i s'pose you could say.
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12 Jan 2011   #24

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

That looks like it's going to be a fine machine Dreadstar. I too have my doubts about the blu-ray burner but that's because I have one and find I don't use it much. I can't see having a 3D burner as being of much use but maybe you are going big on 3D.
I do still have reservations about your choice of monitor. The Acer is a fine monitor for what it is but it's still a TN panel. These can only be viewed from one position or the colour and contrast will change.
Given that your intending to have a 6 monitor array this could be problematic.
Do have a look at this: ViewSonic VP2365WB 23-Inch IPS LCD Monitor or the Dell and the NEC Multisync I mentioned in my earlier post. You won't regret it
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12 Jan 2011   #25

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Have a look to see if like anything.

Puget Systems

Digital Storm

XION

Maingear PC

Velocity Micro

Xi Computer Corp.

A Guy
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12 Jan 2011   #26

Windows 8 64bit Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johnwillyums View Post
That looks like it's going to be a fine machine Dreadstar. I too have my doubts about the blu-ray burner but that's because I have one and find I don't use it much. I can't see having a 3D burner as being of much use but maybe you are going big on 3D.
I do still have reservations about your choice of monitor. The Acer is a fine monitor for what it is but it's still a TN panel. These can only be viewed from one position or the colour and contrast will change.
Given that your intending to have a 6 monitor array this could be problematic.
Do have a look at this: ViewSonic VP2365WB 23-Inch IPS LCD Monitor or the Dell and the NEC Multisync I mentioned in my earlier post. You won't regret it
That Blu-ray was something I just picked out without reading much about it, I'm kind of building for the future as well.

As for the monitor's; I was somewhat using them as an example, and somewhat half-serious about them. I'm not caught up to times on the latest monitors and what not, I'm used to just having 1 monitor, maybe 2 if I'm needing it.

I'm trying to do all my shopping in one or two places, that way I can keep the shipping cost at one place. Though my motherboard will be coming from EVGA so yeah.

Thanks for the input john
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12 Jan 2011   #27

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

no probs Dread, keep us informed on your build.
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