4 Replies Latest reply on Jul 8, 2015 9:49 PM by triplight




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      CPUAMD FX-8320E
      CoolerDeep Cool Iceblades 200M
      MotherboardMSI 990FXA-GD80 v2
      MemoryTeam Elite 16Gb
      GraphicsSapphire R9 290
      Disc Drive 1
      Disc Drive 2
      Disc Drive 3
      PSUNZXT Hale90 v2 1000W
      CaseNZXT S340 Black/Blue
        • Re: Aurora

          How you like the FX E part? Was thinking of getting one

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              Just started over clocking it the other day, not pushing to hard since I'll be gone for a while so I won't push it crazy hard till I get back. So far it's been very easy to overclock, better then my 8320 was by miles, and performs really well. I will say for a budget build it's good, but I just saw the 8370e for barely $20 bucks more, really wish I'd gone with that so if you're still looking I would recommend that one as a better option and still very inexpensive.

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              I've been seeing alot of these NZXT coolers on GPU's lately. How hard was it to install?

                • Re: Aurora

                  I replied but apparently it didn't post so sorry for the long delayed answer lol. It was very easy to install took only a few minutes and the temps are really good, better then I expected. Also the monitoring software that comes with is nice and makes it easy to set up fan profiles and check temps, also comes with a pretty good FPS overlay. All in all not a bad buy.