yeah, it works perfectly fine. Cool thing is also the CPU has 28 PCIe lanes and the Mobo adds 24 PCIe lanes
size ;) the 2011-v3 CPUs are quite bigger.
the 5820k has more threads, more PCIe lanes, support for quad channel memory, no integrated graphics...
thanks. i already cleaned the cable management, i bought a cable duct and mounted it to the wall.
New pics coming soon
Sounds awesome :)
the "sleeper shoe-box"
true... mostly the reviews cover the 2GB or AMP! version of this card.
i was sceptic to zotac myself, but it was the only non compact card which would fit in this case.
Under load it reached about 70-75 degrees celsius, considering it's such a small case with limited airflow the temps aren't so bad. I believe even better temps can be achieved in a case with better airflow.
The performance is sufficient for 1080p gaming. I will try this rig on my friends LG 32UM95 to see the performance at higher resolutions. I'll upload some benchmarks as soon as i've tested it.
Could take a week or two though...
For now i'm pretty happy with it.
nice build, i have built a similar one a while ago
it's silent and quite small, despite the fact it has limited connectivity options for Hardware.
But sufficient for a build like this.
Regarding general experience, i cant really tell. Wasn't able to test it thoroughly.
I overclocked an G3258 successfully to 4.4GHz and did some benchmarking for now. That's it.
Any recommendations to "stress-test" the PSU?
I'll let you guys know as soon i've tried.
i'll let you know as soon as i've tested this little fella :)
to be honest, i wasnt able to test i thoroughly for now. At first i had the CPU at about 70 Degrees celsius after a Firestrike benchmark. Later i cleaned the cable management for better airflow and the tempereature drop was about 10-15 Degrees Celsius.
no, the PSU fan is on above, i thought about it. Probably i will try to turn it downwards.
i plan to install a noctua soon in the front and test it
what do you mean with ripped off?
In the GTA V settings it lists the used/available VRAM, when i tried ultra at 9600x1800 it was like 21GB/ 12GB :D
unfortunately not :(
its exam season right now and i would probably fail at all exams if i'd get it ^
i've installed it inside at first, but the components got really hot. The VRM is located there and the radiator above couldn't push air through so well. Since i moved it outside i got perfect temperatures. I also intend to install a shield/filter on it soon.
i had several issues after the last windows 10 Update, every game, video etc. was kinda stuttery, even the sound! After deleting the updates it worked again flawlessly. Yesterday i've installed the new Crimson driver. Havent tested it a lot so far, just played around a little bit with VSR. Tomb Raider and Dishonored at 9600x1800 - worked like a charm at ultra settings :D
GTA V was like - nope. I would need approximately 21GB VRAM for ultra settings at this resolution.
Also i did a Firestrike test after the driver update: CPU at stock 4.0GHZ - it was about 20 500
Thanks, i can really recommend them.
I'm a fan of IPS panels, TN are really cool but i don't like the colors very much.
The coolest part with the Eizos is they have a remote. At the beginning i thought i'll have to turn on every monitor separately. But you can turn on all three of them at once :)
So, 2 spare remotes in the box
Thanks, i know i should "clean" the cable management a little :)
i've read the new fury x's scale really well at high resolutions and offer behemoth-like performance