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Money Pit

Rig type Gaming Rig
Description A constant work in progress.
Status I Own It
Last updated May 25, 2017 at 2:51 pm

Photos (1)

Components

ComponentPrice PaidAvailable From 
$330 (USD)
$200 (USD)
$730 (USD)
$110 (USD)
$150 (USD)
$130 (USD)
$110 (USD)
$85 (USD)
Amazon.com
$80 (USD)
$130 (USD)
$35 (USD)
$120 (USD)
$95 (USD)
$55 (USD)
$100 (USD)
$700 (USD)
Amazon.com
$140 (USD)
$230 (USD)
$250 (USD)
$70 (USD)
$230 (USD)
$150 (USD)
$75 (USD)
Total cost of this Rig: $4,305 (USD)

Benchmarks

3DMark - Fire Strike

Compared to all user scores (597)

Score:
Worst
0
17,410
Best
35,518
Certificate:http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8628349

Comments (6)

Nice build! I admire the motherboard and case choice. And the graphics; the 7950s are great price-performance efficiency and I love the manufacturers. And the really high OCs on CPUs and GPUs! ...And the lack of HDDs! Haha.
Awesome build, Love those Motherboard and 7950's. What temp you getting on full load?
Thanks a lot guys. Didn't even see I had comments on here. I have a custom loop for the CPU (GPU's soon) and highest load temps for CPU are 55c. Highest temps for the GPU's are 65c. Can't wait to throw some waterblocks on those badboys and add a third 7950!
ok wait with 3 cards you only get 16,000 score on 3d mark 11??
lol nope thats a very old score and I'm still awaiting my third GPU block for the new MSI TFIII with 7970 PCB so its not even in my system yet
ok so its a 2 card score?
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