Built (2014 Q3) - I bought a CPU + motherboard deal at MicroCenter. CPU: FX-8320 3.5GHz at 95W, motherboard ASROCK 990FX Extreme 9 . At the time, parallelization of programs was a mainstream subject of discussion in both the (super)user/gamer communities and developers. Concurrent programming libraries abstract the details (and control), and the compiler makes optimizations to code that's meant to execute on multi-core machines....
|CPU||FX-4350 Black Vishera 4.2GHz|
|Cooler||Corsair 3x case fans, 1 high-pressure fan aimed at RAM and CPU|
|Motherboard||ASROCK 990FX Extreme 9|
|Memory||32GB Kingston HyperX 1600 MHz installed (not sure why recently I have 24 GB available)|
|Graphics||AMD Radeon R9-200 Series ( + possible spare HD Radeon 69XX card if it helps increase performance for this use case)|
|Disc Drive 1||SanDisk X210 512 GB SSD|
|Disc Drive 2||SAMSUNG 850 PRO|
|Disc Drive 3||ADATA SP600 SSD +5/8 SATA III SSD ports to fill...|
|PSU||EVGA 1300 G2|
|Case||Corsair Graphite 600 series|
|Monitor||2x Dell P2314T multi-touch|
Message was edited by: code review Made title more like the others' in the community. Was editing description...but lost changes. So this description is a little incomplete, sry about that, but the title basically says it all.