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As a development manager, I needed to build 3 new PC's for my .NET development team.

The requirements were something relativly fast, so we can compile big .NET projects quickly and plenty of storage for all the repos.

I did look at some Dell machines, but just couldn't get the best spec's for the money and we can upgrade these in the future.

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  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Interesting. What speed does the memory actually run at?

I would have gone with air cooling rather than the AIO, but aside from that, good list. Was that the actual price paid for the RX 580's?

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

I managed to get the memory to run at 3000, even after updating the chipset and bios. For some reason running the board with the max memory and the fastest it can take (3200) just didn't seem work.

The RX580 was only about £130 from Amazon, so not too bad.

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

64GB at 3000 MT/s on a 2nd gen Ryzen is excellent. 1st and 2nd gen Ryzens tended to not like 4 sticks so I think you are doing well.