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traceman
Adept III

The AMD ROGster

Description

AMD/ASUS ROG Gaming Machine. Latest Custom Build for Gaming; Running Windows 8.1 Pro/Windows 10 Pro - Dual Boot System

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Specifications

CPUAMD FX8350 Black Edition (Clocked 4.0 - 4.7GHz)
CoolerZalman CNPS9900 MAX
MotherboardASUS ROG Crosshair V Formula-Z (AMD Chipsets)
Memory16GB G.SKILL Trident X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400 (PC3 19200) (Clocked to 2400MHz)
GraphicsASUS / AMD RADEON HD7950: DirectCU II with GPU Tweak (Clocked 800MHz to 960 MHz, VRAM 5000(1250) Clocked to  6000 MHz ( 1300 MHz GDDR5 )
Disc Drive 1Corsair Neutron GTX SSD-250GB
Disc Drive 2Corsair Neutron GTX SSD-250GB
Disc Drive 3WD Blue Edition 1TB Sata II standard HDD
PSUCorsair AX 1200
CaseCooler Master Trooper (Rev. 2) - Full Tower Gaming Computer Case with Windowed Side Panel and Carrying Handle
Monitor(Three) 3 Identical - Skeptre Sceptre X24-Naga HD LCD Monitors w/ Built in Sound

Message was edited by: Tracy Verlin Had to add Photo!

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4 Replies
charles4691
Challenger

Re: The AMD ROGster

Nice system

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traceman
Adept III

Re: The AMD ROGster

Thanks Charles5691

I want to get an FX9590 Black Edition with the water cooler and one of those ASUS Radeon R9-390X STRIX cards for it. Then, it would be such a bada$$ I would not know how to sleep anymore just knowing I had that kind of power. All I need is to add those two upgrades and I will be up with the best of them.

But, it would be a lot of money.

Thanks!

charles4691
Challenger

Re: The AMD ROGster

You would definitely have a killer system when you get the FX9590  and that 390X  ! Even though you have a rock steady FX8350 already ..Have you thought of getting the 390X first and running your system to see how better it is before going on and getting that FX9590 ?  Just a suggestion

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arcticwind
Forerunner

Re: The AMD ROGster

I think charles4691 has the right idea.  You will get a better performance increase in upgrading the GPU, than you will by upgrading the CPU.  You could buy a water cooler and see if you can push the CPU you have a little bit higher.