CPU: AMD 3900x
Mobo: Crosshair VIII Hero Wifi X570
Cooling: Noctua Galore
GPU: AMD 5700xt
RAM: 32GB 4 x 8gb 3600mhz Bdie
M.2: 2 x ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1tb
HDD: 4 x WD RED 4TB
SSD [Sata]: 2 Crucial MX500 1tb in Raid 0
Optical: ASUS Triple Layer UHD Friendly Blu Ray burner
CPU: AMD 3900x
CPU: Intel 2500k + Thermaltake True Spirit and Black Noctua NF-F12 PWM
Mobo: Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC (6GB)
RAM: 16GB Corsair Dominator LP ram (1333mhz maybe?)
STORAGE: 3 Samsung 2.5 sata SSDs.
PSU: Corsair SF600 Plat SFX psu.
Optical: Bigger nope! External optical drive when I need to burn something to a disk (happens maybe once a year).
CASE FANS: 2x Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM fans pushing cold air in and some Silverstone dust filters to keep case internals relatively dust free.
Mobo: ROG STRIX X370-F GAMING
CPU: Ryzen 1600X
Cooler: NH-U12S SE-AM4.
RAM: TridentZ F4-3200C14D-16GTZKW
SSD: NVMe SSD 960 Pro 512GB
HDD: WD Black 2TB
Optical: Yeah, sometimes you have to read a disk.
Case: Fractal Define R5 with plastic window on the side.
It is a little dusty. There are two case fans in the front, and the regular case filter in front of them to stop things bigger than dust I suppose.
I got the mobo and some other RGB RAM in a deal from New Egg, threw in a CPU. That RAM is now in my NAS with some other old RAM. I got this stuff since it was reported to work better with Ryzen and was on the compatibility list. It also wasn’t cheap.
I did drag it out into the kitchen and try and get some stable clocks going, since i kept getting random crashes and RAM was never running as fast as it should have been. Turns out stability was solved by bumping the CPU volts to 1.4. Now I can run 4.9GHz, 3200MHz on RAM and prime95 for 12 hours with no issues. Good enough for this stuff.
The PSU I bought a while ago when toying with eth mining on some old hardware, needed something to run 2xR290x.
There is an RGB strip running around the inside, I had some RGB stuff lying around doing nothing and there was a header for it on the mobo, so why not.
The system doesn’t get that much use, only when gaming on it or on the couch via steam-link. Or when I want to do work down in the lab room, which is an absolute pigsty.
2700x (will be replaced with a 3950x when it launches)
Phanteks Pro M Entho
Thermaltake cpu cooler
64GB 3200Mhz shiny shiny ram
Vega 64 8GB
1 TB nvme boot
1kw corsair modular psu (way more than I need)
… my 16tb (4x4tb 7200rpm drives) are in an external enclosure
was thinking of replacing the GPU with this
How much of a boost will that GPU give you? 20%? Or do you want raytrace?
I have no issues with the performance, Just fed up with the usual amd ‘hot and loud’ more than anything else.
Will hold off though as I want to see what Intel and amd do for ray tracing.
Amd will have a definite edge as rt will be built into the consoles and optimized by default, so dont be fooled into thinking vidya is ahead
Assuming you meant 3.9 ghz
Yeah that’s what I said
Flashback to bulldozer days.