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    Well almost everything's here, I added the wrong 240GB SSDs for this photo, it should have been two VisionTek 240GB drives, I'm not sure if I'l use the 7970X2 with the VisionTek 7970s, or just buy another one
    The Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 already arrived, and I'm glad it has a m-sata on the board, I have a 240GB m-sata SSD that I've never been able to use.

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    Nice bling. Please box if up and send it to my house. I'll put the stuff through a rigorous 2 year testing period.
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    No send it to me and I'll do a lifetime test!

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    Default Re: Parts for AMD Build

    If your nice we can split every thing up and send 1 piece to each member, If your naughty, you get an empty box lol
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    LMAO!! thats allot of nice bling there!!

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    Default Re: Parts for AMD Build

    It's all pretty easy on the eye.
    All of those Cougar fans are cool.
    I want the CPU too.

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    You lucky sob.

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    I look at that picture and cant decide what part I would want first. CPU, SSD or GPU. tough choices.

    What is the Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 for? Blasphemy to have in a pic for an AMD build. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    What is the Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 for? Blasphemy to have in a pic for an AMD build. lol
    Yeah...naughty boy...take that Intel outta here...lol.

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    Default Re: Parts for AMD Build

    The Z77 is for the next build, the GTX670s will be here sometime next week, my contact was on vacation and just returned to work.
    I'll have to post a better photo next week when the rest of the parts get here, I'll make sure I separate parts for the AMD & Intel builds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The Z77 is for the next build, the GTX670s will be here sometime next week, my contact was on vacation and just returned to work.
    I'll have to post a better photo next week when the rest of the parts get here, I'll make sure I separate parts for the AMD & Intel builds
    We are just being asses Stan. Ignore us AMD Zealots. lol
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    That's a lot of fun stuff you have there!

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    I have a busy day today, so I'll try retaking photos with everything for the VisionTek build first, once the rest of the parts for the Gigabyte build comes in, I'll take photos and post them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I have a busy day today, so I'll try retaking photos with everything for the VisionTek build first, once the rest of the parts for the Gigabyte build comes in, I'll take photos and post them.
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