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My second personal rig and first themed build. Also, the missing compression fitting and the anti-cyclone piece were put back in to reduce the bubbles so yeah.
a coat of gold....a coat of red....a lion still has claws... +1
How's the board? Been seeing weird reviews about its overclocking, with offsets instead of normal vcore and clocks and VRMs closer to that of a B350, but are those things true and would they affect my experience significantly when overclocking if I picked it over say, the X370 Taichi?
The board itself is weird about overclocking because of the offset thing that's exclusive to this model (not on the 5 and the k7), though I've just been using Ryzen Master for that as you can change it without rebooting. Haven't had any issues through that. Honestly the ryzens don't overclock too much past 4.0 anyway so I wouldn't say it would effect it much at all, got a perfectly stable if a little hot at 65c 4.0 at 1.45 out of it.
I might just go ahead and spend more on a 5 or K7 or the Taichi then because I know people who've had voltage issues related to Ryzen Master and would rather do bios overclocking to avoid that issue. Not to mention I predict future Ryzen CPU's will overclock better.
Fair would definitely say that it is worth it going for any of the 3.
how on earth did you manage to get the titan x for 400$!?
Titan X Maxwell, not XP or Xp, that would be absurd. Actually was a tiny bit more than what I would have wanted to pay for it but can't complain now with how the GPU market is.