The Ultimate BF3 Rig
The first 9 minutes are the build. At 9:40 they give it a test run. Not perfect but I sure wouldn't mind giving this thing a test run on MP.

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The first 9 minutes are the build. At 9:40 they give it a test run. Not perfect but I sure wouldn't mind giving this thing a test run on MP.



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CPU - Intel i7 2600K Sandy Bridge
RAM - G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 2133
Audio - Onboard Asus
Mobo - ASUS P8P67 WS REVOLUTION LGA 1155 Intel P67
Video - EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD Video Card - 2560MB SLI
Power - Thermaltake 850W
Cooling - Noctua NH-D14
Monitor - Samsung 27"
Keyboard - Razer Lycosa HeadPhones - Razer Carcharias Gaming Headset
Mouse - Logitech Performance MX
Case - Antec Twelve Hundred Full Tower
OS - Windows 8.1, 64 bit Pro

#1
Posted 04/05/2012 05:08 PM   
Pretty neat for sure. However if one was to actually use something like this for daily use, it would need a LOT of fine tuning. There was lot's of delay in movement which is only going to make for being a horrible on-line player(i certainly wouldn't want them on my team). Very cool find needless to say.
Pretty neat for sure. However if one was to actually use something like this for daily use, it would need a LOT of fine tuning. There was lot's of delay in movement which is only going to make for being a horrible on-line player(i certainly wouldn't want them on my team). Very cool find needless to say.

Asus Sabertooth P67, Intel Core I5 3570K @ 4.4Ghz, 2x eVGA nVIDIA Geforce GTX 670 FTW in SLi, 16GB Mushkin Blackline DDR3 1600Mhz, Intel 80GB X25-M, Patriot Torqx2 64GB SSD, OCZ Vertex 4 60GB SSD, WD 320GB, 750GB WD Green, Corsair GS 800W, LIAN-LI Lancool First Knight

#2
Posted 04/12/2012 08:37 PM   
Seen it, but it IS awesome. I'd love to have it myself, get a workout while gaming O_o what? lol
Seen it, but it IS awesome. I'd love to have it myself, get a workout while gaming O_o what? lol



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#3
Posted 04/13/2012 08:00 AM   
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