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2024/04/19 05:58:32 (permalink)
New details in my signature.  With the Ryzen 9000 series on the horizon, and my son needing a new computer...I gave him my secondary machine (EVGA X299 FTW K with i7 7820X) and built the new one.  A lot of RGB which now lights up the room...The Corsair 360 MM AIO tames the 7800X3D as well. Idle temps around 45C and load never gets hotter than 75C.  Overall, I figured the timing is OK.  MSI is promising new bios to accommodate the next gen CPU's and I will most likely go back to either 12 or 16 cores.  Right now...I have been gaming more...and I am seeing nice increases in FPS with the X3D cache.  I will take some photos soon and post more in this thread.

MSI MAG X670-E Tomahawk;  Ryzen 7 7800X3D; Asus TUF RTX 4070 TI OC; Seasonic Vertex GX-1000 PSU; 32 GB  Corsair Vengeance DDR5-6000 CL30 RGB; Corsair iCue Link H150i LCD 360MM AIO; 2-Western Digital Black 4 TB SN850X NVMe; Creative SoundBlaster Z;  Lian Li Lancool III; Corsair K70 RGB Pro MX Speed Silver Keyboard; Razer Viper 8K Mouse


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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/04/19 10:31:16 (permalink)
    you have built a nice AMD rig

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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/04/26 11:37:29 (permalink)
    Looking forward to the pictures Bob. 

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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/04/26 21:10:17 (permalink)
    I think I have it resolved.   Here is a couple of photos
     

     
    Having some issues with Imgur not allowing sharing with all the photos.  Will try to resolve and post more.  Sorry for the mess below.  RJ thanks for cleaning up my mess...
    post edited by Bobmitch - 2024/04/27 05:11:18

    MSI MAG X670-E Tomahawk;  Ryzen 7 7800X3D; Asus TUF RTX 4070 TI OC; Seasonic Vertex GX-1000 PSU; 32 GB  Corsair Vengeance DDR5-6000 CL30 RGB; Corsair iCue Link H150i LCD 360MM AIO; 2-Western Digital Black 4 TB SN850X NVMe; Creative SoundBlaster Z;  Lian Li Lancool III; Corsair K70 RGB Pro MX Speed Silver Keyboard; Razer Viper 8K Mouse


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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/04/26 23:45:03 (permalink)
    Your build looks great

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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/05/04 21:19:30 (permalink)
    Added a Corsair K70 RGB Pro MX Speed Silver keyboard.  Set it up with 4 profiles.  Being a lefty, I made sure to map the arrow keys to the WSAD, and a few other settings.  Once I figured out how to configure with iCue...it got easier and faster.  Moved the Z15 to the other Ryzen system, where it was since I purchased it.  Love the Silver keys...not too clicky and very responsive.

    MSI MAG X670-E Tomahawk;  Ryzen 7 7800X3D; Asus TUF RTX 4070 TI OC; Seasonic Vertex GX-1000 PSU; 32 GB  Corsair Vengeance DDR5-6000 CL30 RGB; Corsair iCue Link H150i LCD 360MM AIO; 2-Western Digital Black 4 TB SN850X NVMe; Creative SoundBlaster Z;  Lian Li Lancool III; Corsair K70 RGB Pro MX Speed Silver Keyboard; Razer Viper 8K Mouse


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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/05/07 09:09:56 (permalink)
    Very Nice Rig

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    Re: Build a new Ryzen system 2024/05/07 11:11:01 (permalink)
    Nice system Bob. How do you like that Lian Li case? It's the same one I built my current system in last year. I do like many of the features it came with and it's big enough to do most anything with.


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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