Ryzen 7 5700x bare CPU
ASRock B550M Phantom Gaming 4 w/box
2x16gb RGB Oloy 3600 CAS 18 DDR4 kit
PP FF *SOLD*
It's been my wife's setup for quite a few years now. I believe Win11 Pro key is tied to the hardware.. Board was purchased new from Newegg
I have a 5900x, ASRock B550m Phantom Gaming 4 and 2x16gb 3600 kit of DDR4 CAS 18 Oloy brand RGB RAM for sale for $300 shipped.
No cooler but I was using an AK500 on it and they go for about $45-$50'ish
Looking to get my wife switched over to AM5 or just pay off my Paypal balance
ASRock x570 Steel Legend
2x16gb HyperX Predator RGB 3200 CAS16 DDR4
2x16gb HyperX Predator non- RGB 3200 CAS16 DDR4
PP FF shipped CONUS
I weas curious ..so I gave it a go
It appears that the 4000 series RTX GPU's just stomp 7000 series GPU's in this particular benchmark (7900XT)
I updated my BIOS right after running this and now the GPU portion crashes when ran .. I get 2223 now on the CPU multi test though
I play solo.. I try to "win".. but more importantly, I just enjoy the experience. Part of that experience is enjoying the environment both in site and sound, so I have all the eye candy turned on/maxed out at 1440p... I've always had a way better experience going for maxed out visuals over maxed...
Main: 64GB (4x16GB)
Daughter's: 32GB (2x16GB)
Wife's: 64GB (4x16GB)
Server: 64GB (2x16GB)
Overkill on my rig I thought .. but Placebo effect or not, Hunt:Showdown does seem a smidge smoother. Daughter is into drawing with attached tablet and does a lot of gaming so a pretty good fit. Wife has...
yes, the AM4 brackets that should have come with your cooler .. and they just screw into the back plate that came with your motherboard ... I think. It's been awhile since I've ran that AIO. Running a Noctua NH-D15 now with 2 x 140mm fans
I've been rock'n the Edgerouter X-SFP for many years now and it's been a great little router running 4 UAP's (EOL now) via POE and running the SFP port to an old 48 port Netgear 1GB managed switch
..anyhoo , good luck in your search!