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    ok, my old system is acting up a Lot, so it was time to build a new system.

    and here is the components:

    Intel Core i7-4820K Lga 2011 cpu (stock at 3.7 Ghz)
    Asus P9X79 Pro Mobo
    cooler Master Seidon 240M water cooling system
    Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4x8gb) 1866Mhz Ram
    Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD drive (Sata3) - Boot Drive
    3 Hitachi 1TB Hard drives in Raid 0
    Asus Geforce GTX760 video card (I might be adding another for SLI)
    LG 14x BD-RE drive
    Corsair AX850 850W power supply
    Corsair Vengeance C70 Case in Military Green.

    and now a Pic of the system

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    tests will be later..
    Last edited by nutcase; 10-20-2013, 10:12 AM.

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    just doing a stress test

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    • #3
      Why Asus?

      Sweet system.

      I got a Fatal1ty X79 mobo, and it is awesome, so I am curious if the Asus is better. What do you like about it, or why did you choose it?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by plow66boy View Post
        Sweet system.

        I got a Fatal1ty X79 mobo, and it is awesome, so I am curious if the Asus is better. What do you like about it, or why did you choose it?
        only reason was the MSI Mobo's would not work with this Cpu. at least the Asus had a way to update the bios while the MSI had to go back to the factory for an update

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          and some benchmarks at stock settings:

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          • #6
            got the cpu up to 4833Mhz and stable as a rock!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nutcase View Post
              got the cpu up to 4833Mhz and stable as a rock!

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              Show off! lol

              Maybe I will get some time to figure out what is wrong with my water cooling, But I have kind of lost interest in it for right now. I still been dealing with the estate things we need to get rid of. Maybe I should say procrastinate comes into play, in all honesty!

              Ken

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