Friday, September 5th 2014

GamingPC Releases 4.4 GHz Core i7-5960X-Powered Gaming System

GamingPC.ca, a leader customized water cooled gaming computers, introduces The Beast, a water-cooled 8 core Intel's new 5960X clocked at 4.4 GHz, 64 gigs of GSkill DDR4 memory and 4 x NVIDIA GeForce Titan Black in Quad-SLI built for the high end gaming market. Other specs include a custom water cooling solution, a 1 terabyte SSD, 8 terabytes of additional storage, the new Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard.

"Our customers demand the best money can buy so that's what we aim to provide," says Sebastien Piche, owner of GamingPC Canada. "The goal with this new system was to break all previous speed records and provide a smooth 4K gaming experience for our customers."

GamingPC has built its reputation since 1998 by delivering highly overclocked gaming computers throughout North America and is currently the top supplier for watercooled gaming computers in Canada. You can find out more at GamingPC.ca.
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43 Comments on GamingPC Releases 4.4 GHz Core i7-5960X-Powered Gaming System

#1
kaybee
Damn that's one impressive PC... I was just checking out the benchmarks of quad Titan SLI and it does 70+ FPS in 4k. *drools*.

Too bad I'll never be able to afford it.
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#2
ur6beersaway
They could of went with X99E-WS mobo with full (4) 3.0X16 Quad lanes in sli. The deluxe is (4) X8 in sli. I wonder how much? Nice to see a company offer something that is actually good/great.
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#3
AxGaming
incredible, just incredible
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#4
night.fox
i wonder if they ship here in korea :toast: and i wonder about shipping cost and tax I need to pay :banghead:

but damn, thats a nice rig :clap:
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#5
Dj-ElectriC
Not all 5960X can even go that high...
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#6
RejZoR
Only 1TB of SSD in a rig like this? There should be no spinning plates in such system.
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#8
the54thvoid
Pointless extravagance. Quad SLI isn't officially supported by Nvidia, it's well known to be problematic. In that respect, it's a complete waste of money. Should only be 2-3 max for effective levels of play.
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#9
msamelis
the54thvoid said:
Pointless extravagance. Quad SLI isn't officially supported by Nvidia, it's well known to be problematic. In that respect, it's a complete waste of money. Should only be 2-3 max for effective levels of play.
QFT, well said.
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#10
Roel
I don't get why people would buy this instead of build it themselves which is cheaper and gives much more freedom. They are not real enthusiasts from my point of view, just gamers with money.
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#11
Lopez0101
Roel said:
I don't get why people would buy this instead of build it themselves which is cheaper and gives much more freedom. They are not real enthusiasts from my point of view, just gamers with money.
Sometimes it's nice to be able to send it back to someone when it inevitable breaks and tell them, "Fix your shit", and not have to deal with it yourself.
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#12
Champ
Roel said:
I don't get why people would buy this instead of build it themselves which is cheaper and gives much more freedom. They are not real enthusiasts from my point of view, just gamers with money.
I get this but at the same time, some people do like plug and play. If feel if you are willing to plunge a ton of money intp your hobby, you're an enthusiast. I also have a car audio hobby and don't mind going to a local shop to have them install, although I can do the same work.
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#13
bogami

  • Intel Core I7-5960X Eight Core 20MB Hyperthreading 4.4GHz
  • Motherboard:
    ASUS Rampage V Extreme X99
  • Memory:
    G.skill G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR 4 series 64GB (8 x 8GB)
  • Video Card:
    4x EVGA GeForce GTX Titan Black QUAD SLI
  • Primary Hard Drive:
    Crucial M550 SATA 1TB Solid State Drive SSD
  • Secondary Hard Drive:
    2x Western Digital Black 4TB Raid 0 (8TB Total)
  • i75960X 8 core cpu's just disappointing the effectiveness of core . Is more economical to buy xsenon 8 core live brige or sandy brige. and open multiplaers in the BIOS.
    ASUS RAMPAGE x99 Board Will do 16x8x8x8.
    DDR4 is too expensive and no more effectiwe in operating system.
    4xGPU TITAN BLACK too expensive - 4xGTX780Ti Gb ed. will also be able to equal results.
    Crucial M550! Tb is good ..2x Crucial MX100 512 GB in RAID-0 is better.
    It could be at least 2 x 6 tb magnetic disks.
    FETISH RIG $ .12000 for the rich and stupid.
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#14
LAN_deRf_HA
the54thvoid said:
Pointless extravagance. Quad SLI isn't officially supported by Nvidia, it's well known to be problematic. In that respect, it's a complete waste of money. Should only be 2-3 max for effective levels of play.
While 3 on average offers the best game performance, 4 still gives the best synthetic which is easier to advertise. Not to mention commoners look at it like 4 > 3.
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#15
tehehe
This is not high-end. This is ludicrous-end.
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#16
ur6beersaway
$12,000 I can run this for 366 days straight and win .6 of a Bitcoin. I'm getting two.
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#17
Countryside
Ohh 12000 just think how much beer i can get :toast:
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#18
techy1
Countryside said:
Ohh 12000 just think how much beer i can get :toast:
12k $...... just think of a equally powerful RIG.... and still a truck full of beer :D
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#19
Countryside
techy1 said:
12k $...... just think of a equally powerful RIG.... and still a truck full of beer :D
1000$ rig more then enough for me, 11K whiskey and beer
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#20
Arjai
$12 grand...Used '90's Caprice, Big Block crate engine, TH400 Transmission, about two weeks to build and a ton left for beer and gas.

Wanna race? :D
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#21
Countryside
Arjai said:
$12 grand...Used '90's Caprice, Big Block crate engine, TH400 Transmission, about two weeks to build and a ton left for beer and gas.

Wanna race? :D
Challenge accepted :D Mustang GT350 my favourite.
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#22
overpass
Yay, Canada represent! 12,000 CAD is actually more like 10,000 USD, and 8,000 Euro (perhaps I dunno), so it ain't too bad a value proposition. And free shipping! That in of itself is a value of hundreds of dollars including insurance!
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#23
Fluffmeister
People spend more than that on handbags, you lot need to work harder.
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#25
FR@NK
bogami said:
  • i7 5960X 8 core cpu's just disappointing the effectiveness of core . Is more economical to buy xsenon 8 core live brige or sandy brige. and open multiplaers in the BIOS.

You cant overclock the xeons like you can k or x desktop processors.
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