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Bloodworks 2.0

by redcraft773

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43 Comments

Details

Date Published

Sept. 3, 2017

CPU Clock Rate

4.8GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

38.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

74.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

2.02GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

11.5GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

32.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

47.0° C

Description

This is Bloodworks 2.0, I went from my triple 279Q setup to a single 348Q and have not looked back. Due to SLI scaling I went from 4 way Titan X Pascal to 2 way 1080 Ti SLI. As far as overclocking I got my 7900X up to 4.8ghz at 1.32V with temps under 75c (it's delided.) And my memory which comes with a 3333mhz XMP up to 3800MHZ. My 960 Evos are in raid 0 and my read and write speeds are 3gbps. My CPU Z score is 6847 multicore and 561 single core. GPU temps sit under 47c at full load and CPU temp hits 74c at full load. I highly recommend the Rampage VI Apex motherbaord if you are into overclocking.

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Gaming4life22 4 points 8 months ago

What will you be using this PC for holy ****. Also wouldn't 4 titans be alot more powerful than 2 1080 tis?

James7176 3 points 8 months ago

Sometimes... Alot of things SLI doesn't even function properly past 2 cards let alone good usage out of 4

Gaming4life22 1 point 8 months ago

What will you be using this for?

James7176 2 points 8 months ago

I'm not OP just a commenter lmao

RiptideTV 1 Build 3 points 8 months ago

Technically yes, but SLI is a very strange thing. It can be configured to work but im gonna guess that it takes a while and a lot of troubleshooting to really get it working.

Bobaloohoo 2 Builds 3 points 8 months ago

Why all the hate against the i9 line here from people who don't even have any builds on their profile? I smell jealousy.

Faasos -4 points 8 months ago

I smell people that think.

auirs 2 points 8 months ago

That set up looks angry and volcanic, like if I put my hand in the case it will melt from the awesomeness. Nice!

asusisthebest17777 2 points 8 months ago

Congrats! First Rampage VI build!

SwiftSeb 4 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

das ist sehr LIT

colsking 2 points 8 months ago

i smell a feature! awesome build!

FourthRain 2 points 8 months ago

I love the setup! Personally, I couldn't afford to blow 9.5k on a Gaming PC.

customgtp 18 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

Sweeeeeet!!!

Yahtadi 2 points 8 months ago

Brah.. Do you even Asus?

Rhizomorphic 2 points 8 months ago

Is that 3333mhz to 3800mhz XMP something that only comes with those 64gb kits?

redcraft773 submitter 4 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

No the XMP only goes up to 3333 at 1.35V 16 16 18 18 38 timings but the apex can go up to 3800 at 1.4V not touching the timings

Lobsterareawesome 7 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

Can you send me your old 6950X and a titan X from your old rig? That would be very nice of you :D Sexy build! Love it +1

Luckiestluck 1 Build 2 points 8 months ago

your storage alone is more expensive than my whole pc

DoubleTeeOh34 1 Build 2 points 8 months ago

What resolution are you gaming at? 960s in raid? Holy moly...

redcraft773 submitter 4 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

I listed my monitor in the build it's a 3440x1440 100hz PG348Q

Blacksm1le 1 Build 2 points 8 months ago

Great PC and I love the red theme +1

bdaydog 1 Build 2 points 8 months ago

Wow. And I was happy about completing a single 1080ti + 6700k build. This thing is just absolutely amazing in every single respect. Plz feature. +1

FurryJackman 2 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

You know this build is bleeding edge when PCPP doesn't even have a listing for this motherboard yet.

Congrats on getting it to 4.8Ghz with the delid! That can compete very well with a 7700k in single threaded. Mind sharing Cinebench single core numbers?

redcraft773 submitter 4 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

210 on single core in cinibench for reference a 7700k is around 195

FurryJackman 2 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

Well there you go. 10 cores with single core performance faster than a stock 7700K! :D

pcmasterbuilderlol 2 points 8 months ago

noice

MannyPCs 2 points 8 months ago

I am bloody impressed by this build.

+1

Sorry for the crappy pun

yveshe 5 Builds 2 points 7 months ago

Man, if only this was the ASUS ROG RAMAPGE VI it would've been sick!

b1uethunder 2 Builds 1 point 17 days ago

Always getting stuck at 77% on the getting files ready part, I tried a ssd a hhd and a 2nd ssd and still wont all work, i cleaned all the disks and i made sure no partions on them. Don't understand what to do, any help?

axlse 1 Build 1 point 9 days ago

Nice build you got there it should last you like 5 to 10 years.

Shotta06 1 Build 0 points 8 months ago

Where is the SLi bridge?

+1

Jeuloth 1 Build 3 points 8 months ago

Exactly where they always are.

Faasos -5 points 8 months ago

jeez 9.5k daaaaang also threadripper > 7900x

redcraft773 submitter 4 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

How is Threadripper better? There is no RAID or VROC support, my storage drives would run half as fast the single core performance is at the level of Haswell while my 7900X beats out a 7700K. You cant run super fast memory like 3800mhz which means no super high FPS in demanding games. And you can barely overclock with 4ghz being the max you can go up to. The problem with OCing threadripper is that the back of the socket will go to over 95c very quick the second you start applying high voltage. This system is gaming first and TR is not that great for super high refresh rate gaming.

Boith 3 Builds 3 points 8 months ago

i9s aren't necessarily better in every respect either. First off, your storage isn't gonna run a lot slower. VROC isn't supported but nvme raid drivers have been announced by AMD that support ALL different raid types, compared to Intel who force you to pay more for non basic versions of raid. And actually, Zen's IPC is above broadwell, and with fast memory it gets a large performance boost (it seems like memory gains for Ryzen top out around 3000-3200mhz, that's talking to someone who owns a Ryzen chip). Plus, threadripper's gaming mode improves performance by quite a bit (disables one of the two dies reducing latency and increasing fps). And no, Ryzen can go beyond 4ghz, my buddy's R7 1800X is running at 4.3. I mean, nice build nine the less, it'll kick serious *** in any game you threw at it, but the previous commenter isn't wrong, threadripper isn't a bad option either., and in some ways is better.

Gaming4life22 0 points 8 months ago

Why would you buy an i9 for gaming...

redcraft773 submitter 4 Builds 0 points 8 months ago

Because it has the best single core performance of any current Intel CPU beating out the 7700k and it provides 44 lanes so I can have both my GPUs in 16x and M.2s in raid 0 each at 4x. Also if you could't already tell this is an enthusiast build and budget is not the objective.

noo7na7 -1 points 8 months ago

Threadripper's definitely better than anything Intel made, and it's not like the i9 is super great at 100hz Ultrawide gaming either.

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philip staff 10 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

You've had several banned accounts for comments like this. One more and you'll be banned for good. Be polite or go somewhere else.

asusisthebest17777 0 points 8 months ago

I understand my mistakes and wouldn't argue anymore.

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