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First time using crossfire and trying the new View 31 Case. It went quite well, except for when I found out that the thermal take fan controller was faulty. Sadly I only have one photo of this build.
I know that the power supply is quite small, just enough to run this machine. I had no higher end psu's left and the customer wanted it asap. I did advise for him to upgrade it in the near future.
Update: Fixed pricing for the build, also realised I put 580's in the list instead of 480's by accident.
This cpu is a beast! We built this when Ryzen 1 was first released, it was awesome to see how well it did then. Every test program and game we put on it ran perfectly. I have nothing bad to say about it, would have been nice if they included a stock cooler of some sort.
The Corsair H110i did not stress at all when we were ramping up the games and programs for our 1800x. It was quiet the whole time and was easy to install until you got to the the pump. I don't know if we just got a bad kit, but it was really difficult to rotate the tubing to the angle we needed. Second time we have had a corsair cooler like this. But don't let that turn you away, as everything else is amazing with this cooler.
Good size and options, pretty lights and it worked on release unlike the MSI boards. 5 star!
Awesome memory, always used Kingston FURY's for most of 2017. Great performance for a cheaper price to other competitors.
Great SSD and looks awesome. However for the price you can invest in faster alternatives so I will only be giving it a 4 star.
The new seagates are amazing. I will pick them over WD any day. They are always faster and have a better price range.
Supports 8gb of GDDR5 for a cheap price, combine two of them and they are even better. On top of that they are cheaper than a 1080 together. The MSI Gaming X looks great and always attracts customers to its design. We have a 1070 Gaming X in a Core P5 for that reason. Back to the 480 though, it may not be as fast as a 1060, however it makes up for in the dedicated memory and with two of them you have a massive amount for anything you need. They are super easy to setup in crossfire as it is now done through the board and bridges are no longer needed. The board detected them straight away and had them setup and ready to go. I do regret not being able to have my hands on some 580's instead, but these still did the job and looked good doing it.
Pros: Good looks, lots of room, RGB, option to side mount a gpu. Cons: No way to hide poor cable management.
Just a cheap PSU. Nothing really special, but it works. We did have 1-2 that had issues in later shipments so I have had to put down to a 3 star.