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Yeah, a 980x with a 260 or even an hd5850 is a crazy lopsided build. I guess if you don't game it's not so bad, but geez.

All things considered an SSD is probably his next best bet.

I hope you reeeally like folding OP.

I guess it all went up to the 980x. I'm sure he'll buy high-end cards for his new chip. A high-end SSD is a must.
post #52 of 53
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I guess it all went up to the 980x. I'm sure he'll buy high-end cards for his new chip. A high-end SSD is a must.
SSD isn't even close to being a "must" for the big majority of computer users.
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My 980 is clocked at 4.2 and I get about 55k ppd plus my 480 gets about 15k
This ^^

My 990 at 4.4 get 52k...but that is because I am running my 590 on both cores so it takes a little bit from the CPU...

I have not done tests to see what it would do without the GPU's going...

A really nice feature of the 980/990x is that you can fold on 4cores/8 threads and still game 100% without any issues at all.
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