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Thread: New Gaming Computer
04-24-12, 09:14 AM #21
To go back on topic, the 3820 OC very well, as it's the X79 platform and you can OC through BCLK.
It might be a bottleneck@stock (3.6GHz! and I don't even think it will be) with a 680SLI or 7970xFire
But I agree, a 2500K with a z77 MoBo is a better choice: Cheaper and as effective (gaming wise).
You want the x79 only if you plan a 6 cores/12 threads upgrade in the future, and want the quad channel DDR3.Main :
MoBo: Asrock Z97 Extreme4
CPU: i7 4790K@4.8GHz/1.33v - Raijintek Nemesis
Memory: 2x4GB Corsair 1866/Cl9
GPU: Sapphire Dual-X 280x + Dual-X 7970
SSD: Crucial M4 250GB
PSU: HiperM 1000W
HTPC : ASUS A55BM-Plus - AMD A4-4000 - iGPU
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04-24-12, 09:23 AM #22
Sorry to get off topic mate.... All I'm getting at as this setup is most definitely clearer and sound better than my Xonar DX, to my ears at least, and at a lower cost.CPU & HSF: AMD Ryzen 1800X & Corsair H110i
Mobo: Asus Prime X370-PRO
RAM: Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) CMU16GX4M2C3200C16 DDR4 3200MHz
Storage: 1x Crucial 1TB M.2 SSD, 1x 500GB Samsung EVO SSD, 1x 1.5TB Samsung Silencer Series HDD
GFX: 6GB Asus GeForce GTX1060 Turbo + Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE 27" IPS LED LCD
Audio: SMSL M3 DAC, SMSL SA50 T Amp, Polk Audio TSi100 Bookshelf Speakers, AKG K121 Headphones + Rode M1 Microphone
Case & PSU: Fractal Define R5 & 650W Seasonic G-650W