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I'm not a huge fan of Bulldozer but this is a really nice single GPU build you have put together. Your 3d11 score was pretty much exactly in line with my stock 2500k/7970 build. It's pretty though I like it. Would definitely like to see a painted interior if you ever do it. That's my one problem with the lower end HAF cases. I actually wanted to get a 912 /w side panel for my secondary PC but the grey interior turned me off.
    
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i wonder if all the parts especially the ones from thermaltake are for free? or is it just been sent to you for building it and then sends it back to them? im sorry im just curious.

The parts I get are evaluation samples
post #63 of 154
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So I overclocked just past 4.0 and re-ran 3DM11 and got a score of P7416
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3321957;jsessionid=3emfi63giu1t1egth61i5wq5e

Pretty good improvement for such a slight change
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The fx 8150 Is massacured... Then agian its $800 cheaper thumb.gif

You can't really compare FX to SB-E in the first place. Two different systems with different minds.
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You can't really compare FX to SB-E in the first place. Two different systems with different minds.

That is true, but the point of comparing them for me was that they are the two systems I happen to have built right now.

Also, my goal was to build a rig with the best Intel CPU and another rig with the best AMD CPU then to do some comparisions to get an idea as to how much real world difference there really is between the best of Intel vs. the best of AMD.

Once Diablo III launches the fun will really begin smile.gif
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I dig the build man. I would have painted the inside of the case first before installing hardware. Or just bought the one with a black interior. Other than that the build looks great. I love the HAF series of cases....great choice.
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You can't really compare FX to SB-E in the first place. Two different systems with different minds.

That is true, but the point of comparing them for me was that they are the two systems I happen to have built right now.

Also, my goal was to build a rig with the best Intel CPU and another rig with the best AMD CPU then to do some comparisions to get an idea as to how much real world difference there really is between the best of Intel vs. the best of AMD.

Once Diablo III launches the fun will really begin smile.gif

This. What does it matter if its theoidicly x times worse in gaming if it only a mounts to a couple of fps? What ever is lost there you gain back and then some in encoding and that (vs something like a 2500k)
post #68 of 154
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I dig the build man. I would have painted the inside of the case first before installing hardware. Or just bought the one with a black interior. Other than that the build looks great. I love the HAF series of cases....great choice.

Thanks for the comment!

I really like the HAF cases as well and Cooler Master cases in general. I have found them really easy to work on and very solid.

I doubt I will do any painting on this current build, but when Piledriver comes out I suspect I will be re-building again, so that would be a good time to do some painting.
Edited by vonalka - 5/2/12 at 9:19am
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I didn't have time last night to install another HD as planned, which worked out since I remembered that I had an old OCZ SSD that I was using as a portable drive in a Kingston enclosure:
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I plan to install the 120GB OCZ SSD and use it to store my games/programs and then also install the 2TB WD drive and use that to store media. Should have time tonight to get this done.
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So went to install the OCZ SSD but the only adapter I could find in my pile of parts is from the Kingston Hyper-X SSD I installed in my Intel rig
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I wasn't really planning to add anything Blue to this build, but it is the only one I have right now and will be hidden in a drive bay and not really noticable so I decided to use it

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As you can tell I am also installing the 2TB WD drive at this time as well

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For those with a sharp eye, you will notice the top four drive bays are not the same as the bottom one and not the ones that come with the HAF-932. I swapped them from my Cosmos II case as I wasn't using them in there and I like the perferated metal better than the plastic.
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