My new build - comments and advice apprecieated

blockhd

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Hello! This is my first post here and since ive been lurking on this site for reviews and tests of components, that ill be using for my computer, im also writing here, so i can get comments and some good advice on my build.

So here it is:

mobo: ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
proc: Intel® Core™ i7 920
cpu cooler: schyte mugen 2
psu: Silverstone SST-ST70F "Strider" ( not yet sure, open to suggestions)
ram: Mushkin PC3-12800 "Essential" KIT 6144MB 1600 MHz DDR III (cl8)
hd: WD WD1001FALS "Caviar® Black™" 1000GB 7200RPM 32MB SATAII

And now, the hardest part.... graphics:

1. 2x GF gtx 260 (sli)
2. Radeon 4890 ( when ill need, ill buy another)
3. Gf 275gtx (same as for radeon)
4. Gf 285gtx (same as above, but certainly wont buy another very soon.......... pricy..)

Comment on every component, its overclocking ability, etc...

Thank you!

p.s. no flame wars between red and green!!! or i kick ur butts!

with love, Rok :)
 

blockhd

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Ok, i made some changes to the build!

mobo: ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
proc: Intel® Core™ i7 920
cpu cooler: schyte mugen 2
gpu: Gainward geforce 275gtx
psu: Corsair 850W CMPSU-850TXEU
ram: Mushkin PC3-12800 "Essential" KIT 6144MB 1600 MHz DDR III (cl8)
hd: WD WD1001FALS "Caviar® Black™" 1000GB 7200RPM 32MB SATAII

I think that will do!

NOw, lets get to the monitor....... i would like a 22 or 24"... cost no more than 500$.. My friend told me about some new matrix, that is implemented in high class Philips monitors... Whats new about it and is it good? Otherwise, any particular monitors you could advice me to buy?
 

fullmetall

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Something in the $500 price range for a 24" high definition high quality would be a NEC or even a BenQ but, to lower the price and still get a good quality, go with a Dell.