- Sep 4, 2009
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|System Name||El Superbeasto V1.2|
|Processor||Intel i5-2500k @ 5.0 ghz|
|Cooling||XSPC Raystorm CPU + 2 RX360 radiator + xspc Razor R9-290 w/ backplate|
|Memory||16gb G.skill Sniper 1866 ddr3 (9-9-9-24)|
|Video Card(s)||XFX R9 290 w/ XSPC Razor full cover block and backplate|
|Storage||Hyper-X 120gb-OS, WD Caviar black 2TB-Steam, Plextor M5S 256gb - MMOs+RTS games|
|Display(s)||Samsung 23" 120hz 3d LCD w/ 3d glasses, using 'lightboost' trick|
|Case||NZXT H630 white watercooling case|
|Audio Device(s)||Soundblaster ZX + Sennheiser HD 598|
|Power Supply||XFX Pro 850 XXX semi-modular|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro (Had some mystery error on Win7 and decided to go W10)|
This certainly doesnt prove you never had issues with them otherwise youd be running Asus Huh lol, i see too many reports of troubles with Asus across the globe plus my own experience and customer machines i repaired prove they been problematic for several years now
Before that I had an Asus m3a32-mvp deluxe AM2+ mobo, an m4a785-g motherboard and an Asus motherboard for AMD Thouroughbred/Barton core, Asus Intel mobos for the Pentium series of CPUs, and on and on all the way back to the 486 DX2.
Just sold the M5a97 rev 2.0 and upgraded to a Sabertooth 990FX. This new motherboard is a BEAST. Currently happy at 5.0 ghz, will try for higher speeds this weekend. I need to be liquid cooled along with my computer for this next round of overclocking.