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Hello all. I've built a good share of APU pc's, but needed one for more graphic demanding pc games. I did not do the best with wire management, but am probably going to open it back up eventually and make some changes. Caught some good deals on these parts from different pc stores. The SS with speccy is while idle. If any can help, did want to know if those are good temperatures or too high. For the complete build (pc alone) I spent less than 600$. All feedback is welcomed, as it will prob help me out on my next build. Thx in advance.

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  • 49 months ago
  • 1 point

I have the same Motherboard and I'm getting the AMD FX 8350 this Saturday. Except I plan on getting a Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 960 in April. I also have 1 600w PSU by EVGA but mine is a little different. Please let me know how your system performed. I'm so excited, I'm looking at ALL of the build on here that are using this processor/GPU setup :D

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

Doing good so far. Idle the processor stays around 11c while under load I haven't seen it go above 50c. For the gpu idle it stays around 28c while under load around 60c. I think those are some good temps.. The gpu I am impressed though. Any game I've tried so far auto sets to ultra. I do set it to high for better fps though. For fallout 4 high I get 50 -60 fps. Did test Ultra just to see. Ran around 30-40.

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey nice build! I just had a few questions if you dont mind,

i recently bought the same tower and mobo, and i having some issues when it comes to boot up it seems to just turn on and off. I've heard it can be a standoff issue, and or leads are incorrect. If you dont mind to point out were your standoffs are at and or how you wired your leads it will do me a great favor.

If you can contact me with a PM or email will do

Thanks,

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks. For the tower/Mobo I was a bit confused myself at first as it only came with 3 standoffs. I aligned those 3 with the middle and bottom of the mobo. That tower has built in standoffs which basically are connected to the back plate. For the leads, in the instruction manual there are links to youtube that show where each lead goes. I used that to make sure I was connecting them correctly.

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

hey man thanks, figured it out. Crazy that our setup is much alike lol