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My Amd build: Phenom II x3 720 and GIGABYTE GA-MA790FXT-UD5P

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Alright well I built this about a month ago now. Just got around to getting some pics up. Here are the specs. I ordered everything from newegg. This was sortof college graduation from my parents. You can kinda see the graduation balloon. Haha. And yes I live with a roommate in an apartment and my carpet is blue.

AMD Phenom II X3 720 2.8GHz Socket AM3 95W Triple-Core Black Processor
GIGABYTE GA-MA790FXT-UD5P AM3
G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
Gigabyte ATI 4670 1g ddr3 ram
Rosewill RG530-2 530W 80Plus Certified
LG Black 22X DVD/CD
Western Digital Caviar Black 500gb 32mb cache.
Antec Nine Hundred Two Black Steel ATX Mid Tower
Scythe MUGEN-2 SCMG-2000 120mm Sleeve CPU Cooler

Cpu Clock: 3.6ghz at 1.47v
Cooler : Scythe Mugen 2. 29c idle - 41c load(on a good day) 45c usually
4 gig ram running at 1.6v

Music:
www.soundclick.com/dhamorchestral

www.youtube.com/dhambeats

http://www.mybeatshop.com/dham
www.myspace.com/dhamproductions
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Edited by dham - 6/3/09 at 7:26pm
    
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looks good. have fun making music with it!
    
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A musician! That is my kinda style...

Have fun with a MORE than capable system.
    
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Thanks guys. I don't know if anybody is familiar with audio latency in recording but just to give you an example. My old laptop (core2duo at 2ghz with 2gig of ram at 667mhz) I had my latency on 8ms. Which is not that good. When playing the project that I have a screenshot off I would reach 70 - 80% cpu with pops and clicks in audio. Most the time I would have to have a higher latency. This system I have a 3ms latency and when that same project plays I'm only at 30% with 0 pops and clicks. You can see it in the cpu meter in the top right. Pretty crazy performance gain. It also load twenty times faster and I can hold a lot more samples in memory.
    
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Finally got my cooling the way I wanted. The cable management is not that good but its alright. It looks like worse in the pics. Here are some pictures.
I couldn't get a 120mm on the side window which was sortof sad but that's ok. My cpu cooler took up the spot.
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Edited by dham - 6/11/09 at 8:08pm
    
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