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My current build

by rjpc

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6 Comments

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CPU Clock Rate

4.2GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.21Ghz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

3.5GHz

Description

The Cooler used can't be listed but it's a Gammaxx 300(http://www.deepcoolglobal.com/product/cpucooler/2013-12/7_481.shtml) The memory is an 8GB version of the one I listed, for some reason only the 2x4gb version is on this site.

Built mainly for gaming and long-term use, works very nice. The motherboard, CPU, and GPU were very recently updated/installed and I don't think I'll be making any changes for a long time. The one issue is that in order to get the full OC potential out of the CPU, I would need to upgrade the motherboard. The TA970 is great price/performance though and it runs nice and stable with safe temperatures with a slight 200 mhz overcloc and a slight voltage boost, so for now I'm not looking to do that.

If/when I eventually do decide to make some upgrades, it will probably involve getting a faster hard-drive in there and potentially replacing the mobo with something that will let me OC more.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/2713488?

Comments Sorted by:

Adaole 2 points 14 months ago

Why the different types/size of ram? No internal pics will cause you to get some down votes...

jokermike 3 Builds 2 points 14 months ago

why go with ram at 1333mhz... the mobo is pretty low end. Why do you have 2 1tb hdds, with one of them at 5400rpm? no ssd with a case that has no cable management... the cpu, psu, and gpu are great but all the rest needs to be replaced.

JailBreak 4 Builds 1 point 14 months ago

this build is devastating, different brand/size of rams sticks? 1 Crappy,picture which is blurry.. 2 separate hard drives with 1 tb space each with none of them being caviar black? im sorry but WTF were u thinking? -100 If I could.

pholtz 1 Build 0 points 14 months ago

Nice CPU/GPU combo, however I have to say that using mismatched brands and sizes of RAM is asking for trouble.

Show us the inside!

B.Acuity 1 Build 0 points 14 months ago

Should really think about investing into a solid state drive, 250+ GB preferably but 120gb would work fine. Would get a really good speed bonus.

Electrospeed -2 points 14 months ago

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