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Overclockers HQ Featured Build Ballistix and Asus
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Stepping up to the new platform can be difficult but we wanted to share with our reader a very simple i7 build just to show what kind of performance can be achieved with the new platform. We will take a look at many different components and for the sake of time I will be linking to pertinent articles on overclockersHQ as well as other site to get a broad range of information so you the reader can make an informed decision on which parts you would like to use in your own build. There will be benchmarking of the products but only the basics we won’t be doing an extreme over clock on the cpu and we won’t be focusing on the GPU. The main focus will be on the Motherboard and the ram as well as the CPU which are the big changed from the previous platforms from Intel. So let’s get into it:



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Closer Look:

Crucial Ballistix PC3-12800:

CPU: i7 920
Asus P6t SE:
Software and Bios: Click here
I was supposed to feature another card but I decided to go with the EAH 4850 for an interim card. Our affiliate‘s at TechGage did a review on it here

For a cooler I went with the Kingwin XT-1264 CPU Cooler:
Case: NZXT Zero 2 Click here for full review


ODD: Asus 20x DVD-RW Click Here for full review

HDD: Seagate 750GB Click here for full review

Let's see the specs and features of the Motherboard and Memory:

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