- Feb 14, 2012
- 850 (0.34/day)
|System Name||No name|
|Processor||i5 8600k@4800Mhz 1.22v|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z370 UD3P|
|Video Card(s)||Evga 980Ti SC + Accelero Xtreme III|
|Storage||Kingston AV400 256GB, WD30PURX|
|Display(s)||Asus MG279Q and AOC q3279vwfd8|
|Case||Regnum RG4F Frosty White|
|Audio Device(s)||XFI Music|
|Power Supply||Seasonic G650 650W|
|Keyboard||Asus Strix MX Brown|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro x64|
|Benchmark Scores||5948 3dmark TimeSpy|
ryzen 1400 + ram is here, just gotta delay til after some bills are paid to upgrade to a 1700 - so i can do 4c/8t benchies if nothing else, curious to see how it runs on water vs the stock cooler (3.8ghz max on air)
For 24/7 i dialed it back a little to 4.8Ghz at 1.2V with about 75ºC load temps in ROG benchmark under a SuperMega cooler with a Noctua 120mm 1300 rpm cooler.
Overall it was worth it to move from a email@example.com, 16GB 2133 and a Z77 mobo. The performance gains range from about 20 to 50% depending on what i tested on.
The price was a bit much for my budget, but since i skipped the first DDR4 platform Intel and later AMD had, that was expected.