Overclock.net › Matt-Matt › Ian Rev 2.0
  • 2976 views

Ian Rev 2.0

Rig type Gaming Rig
Description De-Lidded 3570k @ 4.4GHz, XFX R9 290 @ 1175/1250 No more Samsung RAMs :(
Status I Own It
Last updated May 18, 2014 at 6:33 am

Photos (12)

Components

ComponentPrice PaidAvailable From 
$230 (AUD)
from: eBay AU
$179 (AUD)
from: TasPro Computers
$499 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
Amazon.com
from: Amazon
$105 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$129 (AUD)
from: Principal Computers
$50 (AUD)
from: Sam G
$79 (AUD)
from: Taspro Computers
$105 (AUD)
from: Harvey Norman
Optical Drive
2x OEM DVD Drives
$30 (AUD)
from: Don College
$75 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$84 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
Amazon.com
$168 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$25 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$129 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
from: -
$159 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$159 (AUD)
from: Scorptec
$179 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$139 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
Amazon.com
$158 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$159 (AUD)
from: PC Case Gear
$49 (AUD)
from: Dick Smith
Mouse Pad
Gigabyte Ghost
$24 (AUD)
from: OzGameShop
$149 (AUD)
from: uMart Online
$11 (AUD)
from: Harvey Norman
Total cost of this Rig: $3,073 (AUD)

Benchmarks

Super Pi

Compared to all user scores (240)

Score:
Worst
0
11.6
Best
9,999,999,999
Screenshot:

Comments (2)

Nice rig I would like to mention that i was looking for this Mobo to buy but it was out of sale everywhere... i know the Gigabyte EP45-UD3P is the king of Overclock on quads but i run out of luck:)))
Yeah it's a rather old board.. I'm looking to upgrade soonish. I was going to but seeing as my current setup runs BF3 alright i'm sitting on it. I just bought an SSD (Crucial M4). With the money i saved up for the i5 upgrade.. Going to try and get a 2600k when the new gen comes out!
Overclock.net › Matt-Matt › Ian Rev 2.0