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CPU
I7-3770
Manufacturer: intel
Core Speed: 4103.88 MHz
Bus Speed: 100.10MHz
Multiplier: 41.0x
Voltage: 1.056V
L1 Data Cache: 4x32KBytes
L1 Instruction Cache: 4x32KBytes
Level 2 Cache: 256 KBytes
Level 3 Cache: 8 MBytes
Idle Temperature: 35 Celsius
Load Temperature: 64 Celsius
Motherboard
Z77X-UP4 TH
Revision: 09
GPU
On Board Intel 4000 Graphics
RAM
Corsair Vengance duel channel 4GHz (2x4) 16000MHz PC3-17000 (667MHz)
Size: 8192 MBytes
Count: 2
Channels: 2
Speed: 1600
Voltage: 1.5V
Frequency: 667MHz
Hard Drive
SSD Hyper X 120GIG
Capacity: 120 GBytes
Count: 1
RAID: NO
HHD WD Black 1TB
Capacity: 1 TBytes
Count: 1
RAID: NO
Optical Drive
Asus Blu-Ray/DVD/CD burner/reader/writer
Operating System
Win 7 64bit
Monitor
22inch viewsonic
Keyboard
Microsoft sidewinder x4
Mouse
Gigabyte M7
Table
Audio
Yes :)
Case
Corsair 600T
Temperature: 35-38 Celsius
Cooling
XSPC EX240
Other
Much more.
Power Supply
Seasonic fanless 520watt
Hey Peeps, So new to a bunch of things really. I've built PC's in the past, but pretty straight forward. Never dealt with Overclocking or watercooling. With that said I've built a new PC after about 7 years from my last build. The first build was an AMD duel core 2.6 ghz with 2 gig of memory. Had a raptor drive that was loud as a plane, not to mention the jet engine I had for the case fans. My last build sounded like an F16. But now I've got an I7-3770 with 8Gig of Veng Corsair Memory 1600 120gig SSD hyperX and a 1TB HHD storage. XSPC EX240 cooling the CPU.inside a Corsair 600T... This PC is very quiet, im so happy. not for some minor tuning..

Rig Information

Rig Type
Other
Ownership Status
Currently Owned

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