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The Fire Within
by JungleG1337
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Description

This is a budget build with future proof planned. The client ask me to make sure that it will be SLI-able later down the road. So I did just that.

Enjoys. Feel Free to ask any questions, Ill be happy to answer them.

Details
AMD FX-8320 3.5GHz 8-Core Processor
CPU Clock Rate3.5GHz
CPU Temperature While Idle-
CPU Temperature Under Load-
Asus GeForce GTX 760 2GB DirectCU II Video Card
GPU Core Clock Rate1.01Ghz
GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate6.01Ghz
GPU Temperature While Idle-
GPU Temperature Under Load-
Comments
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xXSilentStormXx 4 points 5 months ago

wow. Looks very nice :D amazing pics, Nice build, and I love the white lights

 
 
Electrospeed 3 points 5 months ago

Dat CPU and mobo price tho... holy crap...

 
 
CarterBond [1 Build] 3 points 5 months ago

I would not want fire within my computer.

 
 
uprightSimian [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

budget and future proof are hard to pull off, decent job here on it especially with getting the red part theme included!

 
 
actechy [4 Builds] 2 points 5 months ago

Very nicely done at a really good price! I like the look of that mobo! Excellent pics, a couple more of the fully assembled interior minus the side panel would be awesome

+1

 
 
GMAN-DV8 2 points 5 months ago

Very nice build, well chosen parts

 
 
Lively 2 points 5 months ago

Not bad. It's a good build, but I would've appreciated a better description. Either way, it still looks great.

 
 
xx116xx [3 Builds] 2 points 5 months ago

Awesome build. +1 for amazing pictures, but nice components too.

 
 
fnapoli [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

great price on that CPU/mobo ... how'd you get that?

 
 
JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago

sales and refurb

 
 
skemble [17 Builds] 2 points 5 months ago

This is a great build. The money is going to the right places and nothing is overspent on. I'm glad that you snagged a 970 board with good heatsinks!

 
 
ExoTecher [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

Magnificent! Fenomenal! Brilliant! Such a build I can't even come up with words to describe it :) +1

 
 
d4v0 [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

very nice and clean build! +1

 
 
nickabong122 [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

those prices are nice well done

 
 
hitmaniac [1 Build] 2 points 5 months ago

i got the same deal from microcenter for CPU and MOBO. +1

 
 
SleathX1 [2 Builds] 2 points 5 months ago

damn those are some amazing pics

 
 
Moops 1 point 5 months ago

Love that light, any chance I could get a link?

+1

 
 
JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago
 
 
MyNameIsDerp 1 point 5 months ago

Yeah, budget... with a 760 and an 8320.

 
 
JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago

I only High End around $1600 or so. This build is a future proof machine, therefore it is at ~900.

 
 
bchurch 1 point 5 months ago

How much did you sell this for?

 
 
JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago

...shhhh

 
 
tjb423 [1 Build] 1 point 4 months ago

Great deal on CPU and MoBo, I have the same CPU and same GPU chip on my latest build!

 
 
jdoge10 1 point 24 days ago

How's the cooler?

 
 
BaSkA 1 point 18 days ago

If the client ever does the SLI/CrossFire you mentioned, won't it be bottlenecked by the CPU, even though it's only a 760? Budget was so low :( !

 
 
KernelKaramilk 1 point 11 days ago

Is the mobo stable enough for overclocking?

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JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago

it does. I tried it with another 760 I had. I called up Gigabyte and they help me sort it out.

 
 
Renixcherokee 2 points 5 months ago

Could you elaborate?

 
 
JungleG1337 [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 5 months ago

what would you like to know?

 
 
Renixcherokee 3 points 5 months ago

Well I own this mobo as well and its specs say it doesn't support SLI only Crossfire and even then the secondary PCIE slot is only 4X. So my question was.... how can it? And if it can..... isn't it going to run the secondary GPU slower anyway? (please excuse punctuation... my keyboard won't type commas for some reason)