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Joeneal1986

New Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2016
Hey guys I was just wanting some feed back my desktop of 8 years died awhile back so as I went to replace it I got the bright idea to just build one well it's finally done my core components are

I5 6600k (oc to 4.8 @1.36v)
Gigabyte z170 gaming 7 board
32gb g-skill ddr4 3200mhz
Asus stryx gtx 980
Evga g2 750w power supply
Deeepcool captain 240 cooler
Samsung 850 pro ssd
Toshiba 2tb 7200rpm hdd
Corsair 600t white

I've ran the valley, cinebench, and aida64
Valley I scored a 3125 with aa 8x and ultra settings, and cinebench 11.5 I scored a 9.06 the aida 64 is currently running and at no time during these test has my temps exceeded 68 degrees Celsius I was just wanting some feedback on these benchmarks are they good or low any tips or feed back to a new guy would be appreciated thanks
 
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Joeneal1986

New Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2016
Thanks yea it was my figured it be cheaper to build one than to buy it then it just got way out of hand lol I'm just glad I got an understanding wife lol
 

ATMINSIDE

Sim Racing Aficionado Co-Owner
Joined
Jun 28, 2012
Oh, it's absolutely cheaper to build than buy.
For a system like you built it would easily be $500 more to have it pre-built.
 

wingman99

Member
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
You have a good overclock for 4.8Ghz and a low 1.36v core. What settings did you set for your overclock?
 
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Joeneal1986

New Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2016
I just set the multiplier is all I did I tried 4.9 with a bit more voltage but it wasn't stable
 

caddi daddi

Godzilla to ant hills
Joined
Jan 10, 2012
4.8 is all you need, to be worth it you need to per core clock above 4.8 and it's a bit complicated, very good job!!!