Did have plans for bigger & better but had to downgrade a few things.
Seems like you wanted something beastly, and cost/budget wasn't factored in very much. If that is the truth, then all I can tell is that you need another monitor or two :)
I'll be picking up a 27inch in a few weeks to stick in the middle.
You are correct though, price wasn't too much of an issue & I wanted something to knock my socks off. Big difference from my 3gb of ram, 500gb HDD, 1gb vga (generic crap), i3 cpu.
Be careful, with that large of a monitor you begin to see pixels on 1080p monitors.
Why do you need to SLI/Crossfire?
Also why the Ram?
RAM isn't that expensive so I thought "Why not". There really is no need for it, I understand that. A lot of my work I do at home is very memory heavy but not 32GB of course.
Why 32 gigs of ram? 99% of games use less than 8! waste of $$
please comment on my new build :)
You wanted bigger and better but had to downgrade?
Did you downgrade a GTX 660 to a 7950 or something?
All the fails i see here
-spending 113 dollars on a mouse
-spending 300 dollars on 2 monitors plus a 3rd 27 inch adding to 400 or so
-spending 169 dollars on a case....
-70 dollars on a CPU cooler
-70 on a keyboard
-249 on a mobo LOL
I really hope you aren't 10 years old and throwing daddies wallet around
Other than that great job
All the peripherals were bought already. Keyboard, mouse, monitors etc. I was looking at 2 7970's but as I was impatient I went the 7950's.
Diminishing returns rape your build. Next time spend like half that, $1200 tops and in the next year dump more in if its even needed. Your $2400 will run like a $1200 next year. Heh.
I honestly don't mind updating it often. I work hard for my money & in my spare time I spend it in front of my PC. My money doesn't have many other places to go.