- Sep 24, 2008
- 2,487 (0.71/day)
- Hillsboro, Oregon, USA
|System Name||Dire Wolf II|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 7820HQ (2.9Ghz, up to 3.9Ghz)|
|Memory||32GB DDR4 2400Mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Asus GTX980Ti Strix 6GB GDDR5 (eGPU: AKiTiO Node Pro), nVidia Quadro M1200 (GTX750Ti) 4GB GDDR5|
|Storage||HP NVMe 256GB|
|Display(s)||HP Z27q (5120x2880) + Dell P2715Q (3840x2160)|
|Case||HP ZBook 15 G4|
|Audio Device(s)||Musiland Monitor 02 US, Skullcandy SLYR|
|Power Supply||150W HP PSU (for Laptop) + Corsair SF600 in the Node Pro|
|Mouse||Corsair M65 Pro / Logitech G400|
|Keyboard||Corsair K95 RGB|
|Software||Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit|
don't up the ram budget... 110$ will get you awsome RAM... btw, when you OC the i7, it is NOT related to RAM AT ALL... and vice versa... btw, after 1600mhz cl7, RAM performance gains after that are basically almost 0.... so choose between the 2 RAMs I linked you and you'll have NO PROBLEM.... the crucials are a great deal... and if your not scared of OCing RAM, it is the perfect choice... if you don't want to OC, those OCZ will do you good...
I think I am all set, thanks everyone and especially n-ster. First I need to finish the case and migrate my Q9650. Then when the DDR3 gets here, I'll start crackin' on the new build. Prices are bound to drop a bit here over the next couple of weeks, too.
What about some kit to fit my ultra 120 onto the LGA1336 ? Anyone knows about something of the sort ?