- Oct 6, 2004
- 47,079 (8.72/day)
|Processor||Ryzen R7 2700X (stock/XFR OC)|
|Motherboard||Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 (planned x570 upgrade when they come out)|
|Cooling||Corsair H115i Pro W/ Corsair ML RGB fans|
|Memory||16GB DDR4 3200 Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X (BIOS mod to Gaming Z) w/ NZXT Kraken x52 AIO|
|Storage||1TB Sasmsung 970 Pro NVME + 1TB Intel 6000 Pro NVME|
|Display(s)||Phillips 328m6fjrmb (32" 1440p 144hz curved) + Sony KD-55X8500F (55" 4K HDR)|
|Case||Fractal Design R6 Gunmetal Grey (Type C TG)|
|Audio Device(s)||Razer Leviathan + Corsair Void pro RGB, Blue Yeti mic|
|Power Supply||Corsair HX 750i (Platinum, fan off til 300W)|
|Mouse||Logitech G903 + PowerPlay mousepad|
|Keyboard||Corsair K65 Rapidfire|
|Software||Windows 10 pro x64 (all systems)|
|Benchmark Scores||Laptops: i7-4510U + 840M 2GB (touchscreen) 275GB SSD + 16GB i7-2630QM + GT 540M + 8GB|
not all of them will do 4ghz, my 1400 would seem stable at 3.9 but i had to drop to 3.7 to avoid random crashes and freezes that would only happen under certain heavy loads (VR games, for me)Not 50%, but you can squeeze a 30% with a bit of luck out of that 1200. It's not hard to do 4GHz.
Installed the "lite" UEFI on my board, I love it, feels like a proper, old BIOS, fast and debloated.
Now I don't want the old interface.