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Chedley's Completed Build: Zee 170

Chedley submitter 1 Build 1 point 14 months ago

Good suggestions. I have gone with a liquid cooler and de-lidded the cpu ta boot. That processor ran way too warm for my taste.

I played around with some overclocks but just to see how it would do, I use the stock settings. On another build, I went ssd raid 0 but the m2 shows no noticeable real world difference between m2/raid 0, with my use anyway..

Chedley's Completed Build: Zee 170

Chedley submitter 1 Build 1 point 25 months ago

Update 03-24-2017: Swapped the Dynatron CPU cooler for a Corsair H50 and moved the M.2 drive (system drive) to a pcie card with fan. With those two changes and adjustments made to all of the fans curve plots has made for quite a cool running rig. The location of the M.2 on the MB was directly under the GPU and resulted in temps over 90C under stress. Since moving the M.2 drive to a pcie card, the temps have yet to go over 70C. Also swapped the Thermaltake PSU for an Evga 750W G3 Supernova.

Kleon333's Completed Build: Water Chilled Ryzen Build

Chedley 1 Build 1 point 26 months ago

Very nice build you have there @Kleon333.

Some benchmarks over at the bench site. Gotta say the Ryzen cpu marks well but the remainder of the systems seem stymied. Compare to my i7-6700K build.

The Ryzen cpu looks to be a cheetah. And I mean that in a fast way.....

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+Ryzen+7+1800X&id=2966 http://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=78245236312

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