The machine is used for gaming, this machine is able to play games at 1080p-4k with atlead 30-60 fps.
No problems/caveats known.
Actually, believe it or not, there shouldn't be that much "bottle-necking" involved. Although, I'm sure playing WoW on 25-man raids would choke the life out of that set-up lol. Only one way to find out: poster, would you be so kind as to provide some benchmarks, maybe even some more pictures of your build?
Great build! I was actually thinking of adding a second 380 to my build as well to jump up to 1440p. Not sure if that's a better option than just getting a solo 390X. 380's in crossfire would look pretty epic though!
as much i love CF setup here
you might be better off with a single most powerful GPU you can afford
the memory bandwidth on the 390X is 512bit vs the 256bit on the 380
sure dual 380s will beat one 390X
but your GPU esp the top card will run hotter since the heat dump from the bottom 380 will rise and the top 380 will be sucking hot air.
League of legends is the purpose maybe?
post more pictures of your setup and also your games and benchmarks
OC that Athlon! With an AIO you should easily be able to hit 4.3-4.4GHZ since I'm running 4.2 on a CM hyper TX3. And try rotating the CPU cooler book 90 degrees so your tubing has a little less travel distance
Its an ok build i would suggest upgrading your 2 graphics cards to one very powerful graphics card.
Uses an AMD CPU
And don't need 2 1tb hdds 1 is enough
i think you should rotate your coldplate so the tubes are on the right side to prevent the tension. will also make it look much better than having the logo upside down :D
Less ram a 500w psu and you can buy an i5 and that will get the performance even better and pls do research before buying lol