This machine was purpose built for content creation while trying to be "economical." The idea was to try to fit as much multi-threaded computing horsepower as possible in a mid-tower case. Just because everything under the hood is beastly, doesn't mean the exterior needs to consume all available desk space in sight, right?
After putting it together, and really taking in the aesthetic of the machine, I dubbed it the "PWR Ranger" because the RGB lights can be manipulated to make it harken back to pretty much any member of the Power Rangers. When Leena Butt photographed it, we were trying to evoke memories of the Red Ranger.
I've been using it for the past week and it's clear this is way too much machine for me :-) Accordingly, I am making it available for sale - if you're a content creation maestro looking for a new rig, this would be a perfect fit! I appreciate any thoughts/comments/questions on the build and would be happy to address them as best I can.
16 cores - 32 threads | 3.4GHz base - 4GHz Precision Boost
Includes NF-A15 fan and low noise adapter for whisper-quiet operation
AMD X399 chipset | 8 DIMM slots with support for 128GB of DDR4 RAM | 2 x PCI-E x16 slots | 2 x PCI-E x8 slots | 10GbE & Dual 1GbE ports
Samsung B-Die | Quad Channel Kit | Prime95 & Windows 10 stable @ 3133MHz CL14-14-14-34 1.35V | Passes MemTest86 @ 3200MHz CL14-14-14-34 1.35V
iCX Cooler | Double BIOS | Adjustable RGB LED
Includes three SP120 RGB fans setup as exhaust at the top and rear of the case
80+ Titantium | 1000W | Fully Modular
Installed as intake at the front of the case | Addressable using Gigabyte RGB Fusion software