|well i plan on using graphic intensive games, 3D Max, Photoshop, premiere, etc, so wouldn't I make use of two graphic cards? I don't want an insanely powerful computer, mostly since I can't afford it..., but i DO want a fast, relatively powerful computer, one that comes within the price range of, lets say, 1k-1.5k total. but that price is just a guess. I was even thinking of getting maybe two monitors, one with maybe a quadro for max, the other with a different gpu for gaming. (just a thought, not sure yet)|
However, even with all this, do you still think I should switch to the P45 chipset?
I will get a powerful fan if necc. hell, i was planning too, knowing that the pc I would ultimately get should generate a good amount of heat and need much electricity. I just don't want to reach the point of needing a water cooling system, that's where I draw the line. I wont reach that with this, will I?
I was originally at newegg, then a friend told me that tigerdirect was better, I saw the heightened prices, but he said the service was better. After I did some googling, I realized that this is just another intel/amd argument, so I am not taking every opinion I see on the net seriously. ( not talking about yours, just the many ones you see everywhere) I just worry that, since newegg has lower prices, does that mean I'm going to get lower service or quality? I know your probably going to say no :P, but I'm probably going to go to new egg anyway, simply because it's cheaper, and hope for the best.