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Skylake and X100 / Z170 with DDR4

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Just finished my new build. Thought I would share it here.
  • CPU: AMD FX-9590 BLACK EDITION (be careful with this one, only a few MBs support it and make sure you supply power to all connectors on the MB)
  • CASE: CORSAIR GRAPHITE 760T ATX
  • MB: ASUS CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z ATX
  • PRIMARY DRIVE: SAMSUNG 256GB 850 PRO SSD
  • DATA DRIVE: WESTERN DIGITAL 4TB BLACK EDITION
  • CPU COOLER: CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100I V2
  • PSU: EVGA SUPRNOVA 850W PSU
  • RAM: EVGA 16GB 8X2 DDR3 2400 DIMM
  • GRAPHICS: EVGA GTX960 4GB
The GTX 960 supports my 2 4K Philips monitors at 60 Hz. I have a development build also using the same monitors running Nvidia Quadro K1200. I am using both the DP and the mini-DP monitor inputs to support this configuration. This thing is under my desk now so the picture isnt that great but you see what I mean by supplying all the power to the MB:

Awesome build. Would love to hear some comments on performance, noise and consumption. Also, any reason why you decided to go with AMD instead of Intel Skylake?


Congrats!

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Awesome build. Would love to hear some comments on performance, noise and consumption. Also, any reason why you decided to go with AMD instead of Intel Skylake?


Congrats!

Thanks. My last build was an AMD 8350 on an ASUS M5A97 R2.0 MB and it has been an awesome machine. I just got used to AMD CPU on the ASUS MB, got comfortable with the BIOS settings and didnt feel like changing much. I really have nothing against intel, just more comfortable with AMD.

I will write about performance, noise etc once its all configured and running fully loaded.

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Just saw this and thought about this thread - https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-960-PRO-Internal-MZ-V6P1T0BW/dp/B01LYRCIPG/ref=pd...RID=SPH909WBDRGY1HXMPS6W

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