AMD X6 system

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EssexPN
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==>AMD X6 1055t 2.8 Ghz

==>ASUS DVD-E818A4

==>2x Cooler Master 120mm Sleeve Bearing

==>Cooler Master CM 690 II

==>MSI 870A-G54

===>OCZ Gold 4GB DDR3-1333 CL8 Low Voltage kit

==>OCZ ModXStream Pro 600W

==>PowerColor Radeon HD 5770 V3 1GB

==>Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB

==>Scythe Mugen 2 Rev. B

Is this system ok? will be used gor gaming and photoshop.

When will the 890x come out(890gx without the gpu) so that i can get that instead of the 870 ??

ATX
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It's 890fx

EssexPN
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No you'r wrong just like in the 7** series chipset you had the 790x and 790fx and there is a big difference between them.Look it up, go to asus and you will see that they have 2 different motherboards.

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Axe the 1055 and get a 955
Then spend the extra cash to go from a 5770 to a gtx 460.
This combined will give you a lot better gaming rig.

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eh.. like said above, go with the 955, it'll suit you just fine. games hardly use all 4 cores, let alone 6.

x6 is for a bit more intense stuff.

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PowerColor is crap. Pay the few extra and get a card from a more solid company. Also switch to 955 / 965 if you are purely using your PC for gaming. If you do video editing or anything it becomes a bit more blurry which processor you should go with.

Buzzin92
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ladybastilla wrote:PowerColor is crap.

It doesnt matter what branding is on the packaging, they all do the same things, they all perform equally unless its factory overclocked.