Purely for Facebook and watching Youtube
|CPU||Ryzen Threadripper 1950x|
|Cooler||EK Predator 360 with EK-Supremacy EVO Block|
|Motherboard||AORUS X399 Gaming 7|
|Memory||32GB G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 3333Mhz|
|Graphics||RX Vega 64 with EK FC Block|
|OS Drive||240GB HyperX Predator M.2|
|Game Drive||500GB Samsung 850 EVO SATA|
|Other Game Drive||2TB Seagate Firecuda|
|Storage Drive||4TB Seagate Barracuda|
|Case||Thermaltake Core X9|
|Monitor||Phillips 349X7 3440x1440 100hz FreeSync|
|Monitor||LG 34UM95 3440x1440 60hz IPS|
* sighs * bilko i don't even lol how many fps do you get on Farmville with that beast I love that motherboard i want the same one but have to wait til maybe ryzen 2 lol since just upgraded in march also have you seen the aorus case kinda like a s340 but with the aorus logo that lights up in psu area
That's why Facebook and Youtube are running smoother for me now! I can see that running Facebook and Youtube (the actual servers) - not sure about the storage capacity though - you must be running it off of cloud services
Nice clean build Sir. Any specific issues with this motherboard, or was it all smooth and gravy?
RE: Purely for Facebook and watching Youtube.
Not sure I believe that ;-).
Looks really good.
Do you know if that Motherboard supports Linux as the primary OS with PCIe Passthough for Windows run on a virtual machine?
Have you thought about trying that out?
Not to detract from this great build or the motherboard, but PCI-e Passthrough in VMs is not working as far as I'm aware - at least, it did not as of 2 days ago on my Threadripper 1950X based on Asus' Xenith motherboard. But that's a whole different thread I won't go into here.