Building a High Performance Gaming Box:
Here in the labs we test for compatibility, performance, and stability (though not necessarily in that order). Today, though, we’ve taken a time out from absolutely punishing ICs from different manufacturers with cruel devices of torture known as voltage and frequency to bring you a step-by-step guide on how to build an extremely powerful home system.
This isn’t going to be a “state of the art” system with liquid nitrogen and car batteries that requires protective eyewear and a good knowledge of spot welding and theoretical chemistry to build. This is something anybody can do with a little bit of patience and some basic knowledge.
-- yes this guide is by Corsair:)
that guide sucks soooooooooo much
No 2x16 PCIE board like the AN32 yet still an expensive one.
Total failure with the CPU, 1 MB cche is the must have for gaming. weak Zalman heatsink
cordless stuff for controls
expensive memory (tough it had to be expected)
HD and PSU are debatable too.
the guide is on HOW TO INSTALL COMPONENTS
no WHAT COMPONENTS TO GET ;)
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