If you're going to spend $9500 on a gaming machine, give me $7500 and spend the rest on something more practical. I could use the money to buy a new motorcycle.
Anyway... Let's tear this apart.Case: Coolermaster HAFX #RC-942-KKN1
- A case is a case. CPU: Intel i7 3930k sandy bridge e #BX80619I73930K
- Go get a Core i5-3570KMotherboard: Asus p9x79 PRO #N82E16813131800
- Go get a Z77 motherboard, and something $150 or less.RAM: mushkin enhanced blackline 16gb (4x4gb) x2 (32gb) #N82E16820226375
- 8GB of RAM is fine.Video/Graphics: 4 gtx680 4gb #N82E16814130794
- If you're not running 6 30" monitors, get a single GTX 670 or a Radeon HD 7970PSU:Salman 1250w 80 plus platinum #N82E16817379029
- This can drop to 550W-600WSSD: 120GB Intel cherryville #N82E16820167093 & 3 Intel 240gb #N82E16820167127
- You only need one SSD.OS: Windows 8 pro 64bit
- Okay1) if parts are compatible
- They were, but then I gutted it. 2)any recommendations would be helpful for parts
- I can only recommend PSU brands at this point, which you should get from Seasonic, Antec, or Corsair3) Primary use is for gaming but also edit/record gameplay
- If this is from say FRAPS, then you just need a ton of hard drive space.4) any recomendations on a liquid cooling setup
- Liquid cooling is unnecessary unless you plan on extreme overclocking5) Need a new monitor for my gaming and not sure of a good one to take advantage of this system
- Well, I gutted the system, but you can get a 30" monitor and maybe one more video card.
Again, you should just spend $1500 at most on the machine and spend the rest on something that will actually be more meaningful than growing a 10 story e-penis that'll be obsolete by next year. Or you know, you can give the extra money to me.