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CPU
FX-6100
Manufacturer: amd
Core Speed: 4300 MHz
Bus Speed: 200MHz
Multiplier: 21.5x
Rated FSB: 200MHz
Voltage: 1.325V
L1 Data Cache: 16 x 6KBytes
L1 Instruction Cache: 64 x 3KBytes
Level 2 Cache: 2048 x 3 KBytes
Level 3 Cache: 8 MBytes
Idle Temperature: 43 Celsius
Load Temperature: 59 Fahrenheit
Motherboard
GA-970A-UD3
Revision: 1.2
GPU
HD 7770
Manufacturer: ati
Memory: 1 GBytes
Core / Graphics Clock: 1000 MHz
Memory Clock: 1125 MHz
RAM
Corair Vengeance
Size: 4 GBytes
Count: 2
Channels: Dual
Speed: 1600Mhz
Voltage: 1.505V
Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC): 41
Command Rate (CR): 9-9-9
Frequency: 800MHz
Hard Drive
WD2500
Capacity: 200 GBytes
Count: 1
WD7500
Capacity: 800 GBytes
Count: 1
Operating System
Windows 7 64bit
Monitor
Acer H243H
Phillips Brilliance 220CW
Keyboard
Logitec G110
Mouse
Razer Lachesis
Steelseries
Audio
Logitec speakers and G35 Headset
Case
NZXT Phantom
Cooling
Antec kuhler 920
Chassis Fans (multiple)
Power Supply
LC8850
A work in progress, this is not the best or the most expensive, I am trying to target my components for pure gaming, so that i'll end up with the cheapest gaming rig that'll run everything awesome. For now I'm saving for a better gfx card, I'm thinking the Asus HD 7970, but i'll probably wait until late fall. Currently I'm running fx-6100 @ 4.3Ghz on a noob clock (only raising the cpu multiplier and vcore) I'm here to learn how to overclock your system as a hole and make it run smooth, not just create bottlenecks. :)

Rig Information

Rig Type
Gaming
Ownership Status
Currently Owned

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