One of the bigger fans and aficionado's of graphics technology is Bodar -- Bodar is active in our forums a lot and he spends a lot of money on his gear. He recently built a fantastic PC -- totally overclocked and pimped up with no less than four Radeon HD 5870 1024MB card. This weekend he made a nice little video about his new setup and takes you through a good number of benchmarks and user experiences.
Radeon HD 5870 1024Mb (x4)
Xeon 3580 @ 4.72 GHz
120GB OCZ Vertex Turbo SSD
6GB Corsair Dominator
1500 Watt PSU
If you are bored on a Sunday morning, go check out his video and if you like to comment him, please do so in this thread. Nice job Bodar !
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