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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 4:47 pm    Post subject: SLI System Reply with quote

Hello people hope someone can help me, in need of some advice, need to build a new pc and thinking of building a SLI system. Not made up my mind yet whether to build it around the amd 6400+ or the Intel Q9300. (think I'll go for the Intel) but need some advice on what bits i should use. Here's my list of parts to build the amd 6400+ one.

CPU - AMD 6400+
Motherboard - Asus M2N32-SLI Premium Vista AM2 nForce 590SLi MCP
Memory - Corsair 2Gig DDR2 (would prefer DDR3 but not sure if motherboard will take it)
Graphics Card - 2 8500 cards (not sure what make yet, any advice?) Heard EVGA are the best is that true?
PSU - Coolermaster PSU Real Power M700 700W
Case - Not Sure any advice?

Not found all the bits to build the Intel one yet. If anyone has any ideas for the Intel please post.
Need some advice cause not sure if these bits are OK.Was also looking at the intel Q9550 cpu.
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