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A Simple Thank You: Orange Box Giveaway

Aug 17, 2009
2,553 (0.83/day)
United States
System Name Aluminum Mallard
Processor Intel i7 940
Motherboard ASUS Rampage III: Gene
Cooling Noctua C-12P
Memory 6GB Corsair Dominator DDR3
Video Card(s) ASUS HD5870
Storage OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD, 2 x Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 in RAID0
Display(s) HP w2338h
Case Corsair 700D
Audio Device(s) On Board
Power Supply Corsair TX850
Software Win7 Ult 64 bit
Benchmark Scores 31 FPS in Dalaran.
I have found this community to be more than helpful over the last few months. I'm a gamer and a computer guy, but I don't know a whole heck of a lot and that is where TPU has helped me quite a bit. I have had a lot of good advice from many different members, so I came up with an idea to show how much I appreciate this community.

I have one (1) digital copy of The Orange Box from Valve to give away to someone on this forum.

Rules said:
This contest is available to anyone on the planet, as long as Steam can receive the gift in your Region.

You must have been a member of TPU for a minimum of 30 days to enter. For clarification, this contest will end 10 days after this post is made. All members entering that will meet the minimum 30 day requirement at the time the entry period expires will be eligible to win the prize.

You must not already own The Orange Box, I will not be able to gift it to you if you do.

You will enter the contest by posting in this thread, one post per member. Any more than one post will disqualify you from the contest. I am going to use this thread to choose the winner.

Winner will be chosen at random by me making a /random 2-whatever roll in World of Warcraft. A screenshot will be provided.

Entries will be accepted from 12:00PM (Noon) Pacific Time on Thursday, February 25, 2010 until 11:59PM (Nearly-Noon) Pacific Time Saturday, March 6, 2010
The contest is this: Intel v AMD. Post what CPU manufacturer you chose, and why you went with them. Please do not respond other people's posts in this thread.

Now a description of the prize for those who may not know what The Orange Box is:

The Orange Box is a collection of five games from Valve Corporation.

Included in this package:

Half-Life 2
Half-Life 2: Episode One
Half-Life 2: Episode Two
Team Fortress 2

DISCLAIMER: I am not a representative of Valve Corporation, nor do I have any sort of affiliation with Valve Corporation other than being a fan of their games (TF2 in particular). I have discussed this giveaway with W1zzard, just make sure I had permission to do it.

Thank you to everyone for helping me not fry my components and keep my system up to date. The knowledge and utilities freely available on this forum have been most invaluable.

Good luck all! :D


Staff member
May 14, 2004
17,166 (3.43/day)
Processor Core i7-4790K
Memory 16 GB
Video Card(s) GTX 1080
Display(s) 30" 2560x1600 + 19" 1280x1024
Software Windows 7
contest is approved


New Member
Oct 10, 2007
297 (0.08/day)
Processor Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180~MO 3.16ghz 316x10
Motherboard Gigabyte 945GCM-S2C
Cooling HDT S963 2x120mm Rosewill intake fans 2x80mm Rosewill exhaust fans
Memory 2 x 2GB Wintec Ampo DDR2 632 5-4-4-14 2.0v
Video Card(s) ATI 5770 950/1400
Storage 750GB WD Caviar Black SATA
Display(s) Sceptre x42 naga
Case Apevia Qboii
Audio Device(s) C-Media 8768
Power Supply OCZ ModXstream 500w
Software Win7 Ultimate (X64)
I chose the Intel e2180 Pentium Dual-Core because it was cheap and easily overclocked to 3.16 GHZ At that time AMD was still playing catch-up so Intel it was


WCG Team Assistant
Sep 15, 2009
13,391 (4.39/day)
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
System Name Niedersachsen / Ribe / Minsk
Processor i3 3240 / i7-3520M / 4x Opteron 6376 @ 2.86GHz
Motherboard BIOSTAR H61M / HP Q77 / Supermicro H8QG7
Cooling Stock / Stock / 4x 1U G34
Memory 1x8GB / 2x4GB / 4x4GB
Video Card(s) GTX260 / Intel HD 4000 / nVidia GT310
Storage 80GB Intel SSD / 256GB Intel SSD / 2x 60GB SSD (RAID1)
Display(s) Dell 3007 + HP 2245w / 12.1" 1366x768 / None
Case Antec NSK3480 / HP / Supermicro 1U
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Enermax 500W / HP 130W / Supermicro Gold 1400W
Keyboard IBM Model M
Software Windows 7 (Niedersachsen/Ribe) / Linux Mint 17.2 (Minsk)
I chose the Phenom II X4 955 because it was comparable when overclocked to a Core i5, but substantially cheaper


F@H&WCG addict
May 2, 2007
13,002 (3.32/day)
Newark ohio
System Name el'lappy|Cruncher | Cruncher 2
Processor intel C2D T6400 | i7 3770k @4.2ghz | AII X2 220 @3.4ghz
Motherboard some Acer | Asus P8Z77-V Pro |Gigabyter GA-M61p-S3
Cooling dual 80mm cooling fan | WC'ing ) |cheapo
Memory 2x2gb ddr3 | 2x2gb Ripjaws 1600 |4x512mb D9s
Video Card(s) onboard | 60 1GB(hd7770 ) |8800GTS
Storage Momuntus xt 320gb |Kingston Hyper X 120gb SATA III|500gb WD
Display(s) 17in | 42" 1080P HD 3D TV
Case lappy case | CM HAF XB |none yet
Audio Device(s) onboard | onboard | onboard
Power Supply Dell brick w/ acer end end | Antec EW 650w |Antec SP 350w(upg.soon)
Software Windows 7 Ult. 64bit---->------->
I chose the Intel Core i7 920 because AMD has nothing to go against it when it comes to raw number crunching power (exp. BONIC/WCG/F@H). So i chose the i7 because of having 8threads to crunch on and is a overall faster chip.


Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Sep 6, 2009
19,527 (6.38/day)
Chatsworth, GA
System Name The StarCrunch Defender! | X58 Cruncher!
Processor I7 6700K @ STOCK | Intel I7-920
Motherboard Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 | Alienware MS-7543 X58
Cooling Corsair A70 Push/Pull | Corsair H50
Memory Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400 MHz | Pereema 3x2GB DDR3
Video Card(s) Gigabyte Gaming G1 GTX 1070 | Gigabyte 7970 3GB
Storage 2x Samsung Pro 256GB M.2 SSD's in Raid 0 | 4TB Western Digital SATA drive
Display(s) ViewSonic VG2227wm 1080P | OLD viewsonics
Case NZXT Tempest 410 Elite | NZXT Source 210
Audio Device(s) Onboard
Power Supply Corsair 750TX | Enermax Liberty 500W
Mouse MX518 | MX502
Keyboard TESORO Mechanical | ANZO Mechanical
Software Windows 10 Pro on both
I choose the Pentium D 830 cause even tho it has netburst, it still can clock to 4ghz on just a small 0.05v bump in voltage :)


Lab Extraordinaire
May 7, 2009
5,626 (1.77/day)
London, UK
System Name Desktop | Server
Processor Intel i7 2700k @ 4.4GHZ | AMD 5350 @ 2500MHZ
Motherboard Asus P7Z77-V Pro | Asus AM1I-A
Cooling GeLID Tranquilo | Stock Air
Memory Crucial Ballistix 2x8GB CL8 1600MHZ | Corsair Vengence 2x4GB CL9 1600MHZ
Video Card(s) Gainward GTX 780 Phantom GLH | PNY GTX 750Ti
Storage Samsung 840 EVO 250GB + 4TB WD Red | 2x Seagate Barracuda 2TB
Display(s) Samsung S27D390H + Asus VE276Q | Headless
Case Fractal Design R5 | CM Elite 110
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar D1 w/Otone Stilo 5.1 and Creative Fatal1ty headset
Power Supply EVGA Supernova 850 G2| Corsair CX430M
Mouse Razer Imperator 2012
Keyboard Corsair K90
Software Windows 7 SP1 X64 | Ubuntu 16.04LTS
I Chose a Q6600, because it had/has a simply legendary price to performance ratio, and even today for £100 you still can't find a better offer it was the first True Quad and handles any Task with ease even today!!
Jan 14, 2010
952 (0.33/day)
Granby, Qc. Canada
System Name Loose nuts & bolts
Processor FX-8350 - EK Supreme HF full nickel
Motherboard ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
Cooling Water EK goodness all around 2xBlack Ice X-280
Memory 2 x8G HyperX Fury 1600 @ 9-9-9-24-1T
Video Card(s) 2 x XFX RX 480 w/EK-FC RX 480 nickel+Acetal
Storage Samsung 850 Evo + 2xWD Black 500GB in RAID0
Display(s) Crossover 27" 2560x1440 110Hz OC
Case Cooler Master HAF XB EVO
Audio Device(s) on board
Power Supply Corsair HX850
Software Win 10 Enterprise x64
I guess you could say I'm an AMD fanboy and have been since the K6-2 300. Intel is too expensive anyways... :shadedshu


New Member
Aug 26, 2009
222 (0.07/day)
Toronto, Canada
System Name MK4512's Computer
Processor Phenom II X3 720 @3.4GHz
Motherboard ASRock AOD790GX
Cooling Artic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro
Memory 4 GB GSkill DDR2 800 RAM @4-4-4-12
Video Card(s) Sapphire Radeon 4890
Storage 500GB Seagate
Display(s) 22" Philips 1920x1080
Case Antec 300 (w/ New LED Fans!)
Power Supply 600w OCZ XStream Modular PSU
Software Windows 7
I chose AMD because I've been using it ever since I've had a computer, and it always offers the best price to preformance ratio around, and it seems like components that work with AMD are cheaper aswell. (Also, AMD mascot FTW!)
Jan 29, 2010
471 (0.16/day)
System Name Beast
Processor Intel Core i7 860 @ 3.8GHz
Motherboard eVGA P55 FTW
Cooling Coolit Eco ALC with Yate Loon 1700RPM fans
Memory 8 GB Patriot Viper @ DDR3-2000
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX280
Storage 2x 1 TB WD Caviar Black
Case Thermaltake Element V
Power Supply Seasonic X760
Software Win7 x64 Ultimate
I went with the Core i7 920. Was able to snag one at 199.99 from Microcenter with a good price on motherboard as well. Wanted to try out tri channel memory as well =)
May 27, 2008
3,577 (1.01/day)
Huddersfield, uk
Processor E8200
Motherboard Asus P5KC
Cooling cooler master hyper tx3, 2x 120mm, 1x 80mm
Memory 4 GB DDR3 OCZ Black Edition
Video Card(s) Gigabyte HD 2600xt silent pipe II
Storage 500GB WD Sata / 60 GB Samsung IDE
Display(s) 20" samusng LCD, gaming at 1680 x 1050
Case some old amd thing
Audio Device(s) onboard
Power Supply 650W
Software Windows 8.1, with 'start is back' obviously
Benchmark Scores It boots whilst im still young so im pleased with that.
i chose intel because ive always had pc's with intel in and feel comfortable with them. Plus, like you, when i sought advice from this comunity this chip was wont hat was suggested quite allot so i decided to take the advice. I was told large amount of cache is important for gaming. I dont regret my choice or money spent in it, and the same goes for all other pc related purchase that members on here have suggested :toast:
Mar 4, 2005
3,131 (0.67/day)
System Name TheReactor
Processor i7 6700k @ 4.95ghz - delid
Motherboard ASUS Maximus VIII Genie z170
Cooling EK EVO NIckle/Pump, 2xBlackIce GTX 240's
Memory 32GB G.Skill 3200Mhz Cas 14
Video Card(s) MSI GTX 980ti Gaming 6G
Storage Samsung 960 EVO 500GB
Display(s) HP ZR30W - 2560X1600
Case Corsiar 550
Audio Device(s) on board
Power Supply Antec Quattro 1000W
Mouse Logitech G502
Keyboard Corsair Gaming k70
Software Windows 10 Pro 64bit
Picked the q9650 because my q6600 was to hot and had a hard time hitting 500FSB. With watercooling the q9650 is awesome and running 4.5Ghz for almost 1.5 years has kept my system a top performer, and still very competitive even against the new i7's.
Mar 21, 2009
4,926 (1.53/day)
System Name Spiderman
Processor AMD Ryzen 5 1600
Motherboard Asus Prime B350-Plus
Cooling AMD Wraith Spire Cooler/2x140mm Fractal Design case fans/1x120mm Fractal Design case fan
Memory TeamGroup Vulcan 16GB DDR4 2400MHZ CAS-13
Video Card(s) AMD Sapphire RX Vega 64 8GB
Storage SSD - OCZ ARC 100 256GB HDD - Western Digital Black 500GB+Western Digital Green 1TB
Display(s) Samsung C27F591 1080p 72Hz Monitor
Case Fractal Design Define R4 Titanium - Grey Window Version
Audio Device(s) onboard/Speakers: Logitech Z-4
Power Supply XFX Pro Semi Modular 650W
Mouse CMStorm Laser Mouse
Keyboard Corsair Strafe Cherry MX Red Keyboard
Software Windows 10 Professional 64-bit
I have picked the Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 because it was the first CPU i have bought in my first build 2 years ago,but last year i have pushed its potential even further and i am loving this CPU and hope it can last even longer since parts are expensive these days but i am happy with this old conroe CPU.


habe fidem
Apr 30, 2009
7,911 (2.48/day)
Northern CA, USA
System Name Erakith || Asus UX305FA
Processor i7 3770k @ 4.2ghz 1.068v || Intel Core M 5Y10 @ 800mhz
Motherboard Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH || ASUS OE
Cooling EK Supremacy, D5 w/ EK Top, 2X EK-CoolStream XTX 360 & Photon 270 Res || !PASSIVE!
Memory 16GB Samsung 'Wonder' RAM || 8GB LPDDR3 1600
Video Card(s) EVGA 780Ti Classified HydroCopper || Intel HD Graphics 5300
Storage 256gb Corsair Performance Pro, 2TB Caviar Green, 2TB Samsung F4 || Toshiba 256GB SSD
Display(s) DELL Ultrasharp U2715H 27" || 13.3" 1080P IPS
Case CaseLabs Merlin SM8 || Aluminum Unibody
Power Supply NZXT Hale-90-1000-M
Mouse Logitech M705 Marathon
Keyboard Corsair Strafe RGB w/ Cherry MX Silent
Software Windows 10 Pro x64 || WIndows 10 Home x64
Benchmark Scores WCG & F@H Only
I went Intel (i7 860 specifically) for crunching power. Got it at a steal as well :D
Nov 26, 2008
4,250 (1.27/day)
System Name Freeman's Box (HL2 mod)
Processor Intel core i7 860 @ 3.6Ghz
Motherboard Asus Maximus III Formula P55
Cooling ApogeeXT/EK pump/ 140 rad x2
Memory Kingston HyperX 2166 8Gb
Video Card(s) Evga SSC GTX 970 4Gb
Storage SSD 840 250Gb, WD 640Gb
Display(s) 32" Samsung SyncMaster
Case NZXT Tempest Case
Audio Device(s) Creative SupremeFX
Power Supply Corsair TX 750W
Mouse Razer DeathAdder
Keyboard Razer Tarantula
Software Win.7 Home Prem. x64
Benchmark Scores Good enough ;)
I chose the AMD Phenom II X4 920 because I have always been a big fan of AMD due to their excellent performing processor's at low costs. Also AMD supported components are much more affordable as well and still provide great quality and performance.:toast:


New Member
Dec 5, 2007
32 (0.01/day)
Processor Intel Pentium DC E5200
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L
Cooling Auras Wave
Memory Geil 4x1GB DDR2 800Mhz CL4
Video Card(s) HiS Radeon HD4850 512MB
Storage Western Digital 3200AAKS 320GB
Display(s) LG W2242T
Case Dunno
Audio Device(s) Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Extreme Gamer
Power Supply Chieftec GPS-450AA-101A
Software Windows 7 Pro / Ubuntu 10.04
I got the Intel E5200 because it was cheap as hell and i thought it would overclock well. Oh and I never had Intel CPU before, so I was just curious.


New Member
Jun 24, 2008
1,626 (0.46/day)
System Name Polar's Dragon
Processor AMD Phenom II 975BE
Motherboard MSI 890FXA-GD65 (Bios 18.7)
Cooling Zalman CNPS 9700 Led
Memory Gskill 8GB DDR3-1333 (8,8,8,21)
Video Card(s) MSI HD6870 Hawk
Storage WD Raptor 250 - WD RE4 500GB
Display(s) Samsung T240 (1920 X1200)
Case Silverstone Raven 2
Audio Device(s) Realtek ALC892
Power Supply PC Power&Cooling Silencer 750 (Red)
Software Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit + SP1
I chose AMD.

I only owned 1 Intel CPU. All the rest (8) were AMD CPU's

AMD always had the guts to stand up against the big blue bully (Intel).
Jun 4, 2008
147 (0.04/day)
US East Coast
Processor i3 530 @ 4.3ghz
Motherboard ASUS P7H55D-M EVO
Cooling Xigmatek 1283 120mm fan
Memory G.SKILL Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL
Video Card(s) XFX 5850 @ 875/1150
Storage WD BLUE 640GB, Hitachi 1 tera
Display(s) Asus VH226 21.5" LCD 1920x1080
Case Antec 200
Audio Device(s) Creative X-fi
Power Supply Antec Neo 650
Software Win 7 64 ultimate
Intel E5200 because it performs much better than E2xxx series or anything in it's price range. Good overclock ability to 4ghz.

My next chip will be 1156. Yes another Intel. I can't stand AMD chipsets.


New Member
Jul 14, 2008
438 (0.13/day)
Oslo, Norway
System Name Water
Processor Q9550 Stock
Motherboard Asus P5Q Pro
Cooling Noctua big ass cooler
Memory Corsair Dominator PC8500 4 GB
Video Card(s) Sapphire HD7950
Storage Velociraptor 300 GB, Samsung 500 GB, MyBook 300 GB
Display(s) 1: Eizo 23" LCD Foris FS2331-BK 2: Samsung 226BW
Case Cooler Master ATCS 840
Audio Device(s) Asus STX
Power Supply Corsair HX520
I chose Intel because it was easiest at the time to find information about their chip to overclock and so on.


New Member
Aug 2, 2007
180 (0.05/day)
Way down the South of NZ
System Name Magnum
Processor e6500 @ 3.3 (11*300) @ 1.25v
Motherboard GA-EP45-DS3P
Cooling Noctua NH-U9B
Memory 4gig A-Data Extreme 800+
Video Card(s) HIS 5770
Storage 250gig WD + 2 x 1tb WD Green
Display(s) 2 x BenQ E2200HD
Power Supply Corsair VX450w
Software Windows 7
I chose an e7400 because at the time I got for very cheap through my work and OCs fairly well (like pretty much all of the core2 series)
Mar 14, 2009
3,354 (1.04/day)
System Name Spanky
Processor Ryzen 1400
Motherboard MSI 350 gaming pro
Cooling NZXT Kracken X42
Memory 8gb Crucial 2133 at 2667
Video Card(s) Nvidia 1060
Storage 250gb WD blue
Display(s) Acer 32" 2560x1440
Case Raidmax Sigma
Audio Device(s) Sound Blaster Audigy FX
Power Supply Seasonic
Mouse Epicgear
Keyboard Razer Deatstalker
Software Windows 10Pro x64
I chose AMD 2 days after the 1366 socket came out from Intel...

For me Intel MotherBoards are to expensive...

I have no problem with Intel's Cpu prices...and Intel Cpu's generally out last the Usefulness of the Best out at the time Mobo's/sockets

If Intel boards were priced similar to AMD mobo's and used the same socket longer I'd go back to Intel

I generally do 4 Mobo changes a year So in that respect AMD is the way to go

Look at it like this an $80 AMD board is generally pretty good whereas a $130 Intel board is bottom line junk and since the cpu itself is generally not the reason I upgrade I have to consider what other components would be best to upgrade and I like to have the money for better other stuff.
May 10, 2009
1,514 (0.48/day)
South California, The desert.
System Name My Computer
Processor Core 2 Q9550 4Ghz 1.23volts
Motherboard Gigabyte
Cooling Corsair
Memory OCZ
Video Card(s) Galaxy
Storage Western Digital
Display(s) Acer
Case Lian li
Audio Device(s) Asus
Power Supply Corsiar
Software Microsoft
Benchmark Scores 25,000 3dmark06 at 4.35Ghz processor, 835core card!
I had AMD For my first ever gaming PC at 12-13 years old, it was a when i was around 14-15 years old i decided to go to Intel.(im going with intel)

Because of my overclocking needs and strive to get up to the top with any processor, which was very easy with intel processors. I had At least 4-5 Different Amd Athlon X2 cores from 2.0Ghz to 3.1Ghz and 1 Single Core Athlon at 2.5Ghz. But when i wanted to overclock, and have fun tweaking it wasnt really possible with those processors, and the motherboard that i was using had a locked bios and i was so bummed because i couldnt get any performance increase.

I now love Intel processors for there overclocking, tweaking, and the color blue which matches my antec 902. Intel caught my overclocking eye as simple as that. They offered the results on the sites, and i had the motherboard and platform to handle the tweaking freeness of a intel processor.

Amd finnaly caught up, but its to late for them really in my opinion and i will always use Intel for the overclocking and low voltage.


Feb 2, 2009
1,129 (0.34/day)
Christchurch New Zealand
System Name My Computer!
Processor AMD 6400+ Black @ 3.5
Motherboard Gigabyte AM2+ GA-MA790X DS4
Cooling Gigabyte G-Power 2 pro
Memory 2x2 gig Adata 800
Video Card(s) HD3870x2 @ 900gpu and 999mem
Storage 2x wd raid edition 120gig + 1 samsung 320 + samsung 250
Display(s) Samsung 40inch series6 full HD 1080p
Case NZXT Lexa
Audio Device(s) ALC889A HD audio with Enables a Superior Audio Experience (on board)
Power Supply Vantec ION2+ 550w
Software Vista Home pream 64
I choose AMD Athlon 6400+, becouse it all I own :laugh:
Its a good solid CPU and hasnt let me down yea not to mention I have the ability to upgrade to the latest and greatest Phenom as my AM2+ Socket allows me too :)


where the hell are my stars
Jul 23, 2006
26,730 (6.36/day)
System Name Team Blue
Processor 5960X@4.8 1.42v
Motherboard Asus X99M-WS
Cooling EK Supremecy EVO, MCR220-Stack+MCR220+MCR320, D5-PWM+EK X-RES 140
Memory 4x8GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL16
Video Card(s) (2) EVGA SC BLACK 1080Ti's+ EVGA reference 1080Ti soon to be under water
Storage Samsung SM951 512GB, Samsung PM961 512GB
Display(s) Dell UP2414Q 3840X2160@60hz
Case Caselabs Mercury S5
Audio Device(s) Fischer HA-02->Fischer FA-002W High edition/FA-003/Jubilate/FA-011 depending on my mood
Power Supply Seasonic Prime 1200w
Mouse Thermaltake Theron
Keyboard Thermaltake Poseidon ZX
Software W10P
Benchmark Scores Zoom zoom mofo
i chose AMD because they chose me. shortly after i went through a tray of 945 engineering samples i was contacted by AMD@austin and since then i have not looked back.

currently i have a phenom 550BE RB-C2 that i purchased (not an AMD gift) it unlocks to a quad and overclocks to 3.8ghz easily on air this is something you wont see having on an intel making it a huge value a 3.8ghz quad for $100 is insane. i also have a phenom 910 (a gift from a certain friend ;)) it sits very comfortably at 3.6ghz on a DDR2 board. unluckily bus's play to much of a roll for DDR3.

honestly all in all i think its a brand preference more than anything else now. i have never been let down from an AMD chip and i have owned every socket from socket A to socket AM3 including servers. same thing goes with Asus none of the board i have owned from them have let me down in the past and hopefully they wont start anytime soon
Aug 10, 2007
4,064 (1.06/day)
Geneva, FL, USA
Processor Intel i5-6600
Motherboard ASRock H170M-ITX
Cooling Cooler Master Geminii S524
Memory G.Skill DDR4-2133 16GB (8GB x 2)
Video Card(s) Gigabyte R9-380X 4GB
Storage Samsung 950 EVO 250GB (mSATA)
Display(s) LG 29UM69G-B 2560x1080 IPS
Case Lian Li PC-Q25
Audio Device(s) Realtek ALC892
Power Supply Seasonic SS-460FL2
Mouse Logitech G700s
Keyboard Logitech G110
Software Windows 10 Pro
I choose AMD! Why? 12-cores!