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Black Rose

by giftedpenguin


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Date Published

March 23, 2015

Date Built

Aug. 4, 2014

CPU Clock Rate

4 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

31.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

48.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.04 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

5 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

51.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

73.0° C


Finally decided it was time to experience 60+ fps. So I moved on from my Xbox 360 to the PC Master Race, and created this baby.

It is by no means the "best build" for money spent, and that's ok. It was a learning experience throughout and I can say there are few things I would change if I could do it all again.

So, the list:

CPU: AMD FX-6300, tried and true man. 6 cores and plenty of speed for next to nothing? Shut up and take my money!

In all seriousness though this process is more than sufficient for what I do. This PC was built for gaming and multitasking, playing AC4 while watching a stream, etc.

AMD FX-8320. Finally got some more money together, sold my FX-6300 and upgraded to an 8320. There's really no difference between the 8320 and the 8350 other than clock speed and price, and I can overclock it to match an 8350 anyway. Just installed it so I haven't yet begun to overclock it.

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master 212 Plus, simple, cheap, fairly quiet.

Cooler Master Seidon 120V. Originally purchased for my Briefcase build I am working on, I found it overkill for that idea and more well suited for this.

Motherboard: ASRock 970 Extreme3 R2.0, just a motherboard. Part of the learning experience, I didn't want to spend big money on a Z97 or other expensive gaming boards, and this was all black leaving for a good base for colour combinations.

Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600, highly rated and not too pricy, nuff said.

G.Skill Sniper Series 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3-1866, purchased on sale for the briefcase build, ended up moving to my main build for the higher speed and black colour. Added another 8GB of it when I had the money (by that I mean I didn't but, you know)


  • Kingston SSDNow V300 Series 240GB SSD - Cheap, SSD, 240GB. Holds my OS and programs.
  • Seagate Barracuda 500GB - Came from an old computer. Used to hold steam.
  • Seagate 2TB SSHD - Currently holding steam. Bought on sale, has an SSD partition, making it useful for holding my steam repository.

Video Card: MSI Radeon R9 270X 2GB. Had a friend recommend this as he had good luck with it. Ran my games at High-Very High consistently (Borderlands 2 and TPS, AC4, Far Cry 3 and 4)

2x Sapphire Radeon R9 270x 2GB (CrossfireX) found on kijiji for $240, sold my MSI R9 270x to a friend for $120, getting me these two cards for effectively $120. Runs my games at a consistent Ultra quality (~70fps for Bioshock Infinite Ultra). Took some time to set up the crossfire but so far impressed.

* The 74 degree GPU temp is for the main card, which is the top one. It is hotter due to drawing hot air in from the bottom card. The bottom card also runs an 1070MHz at around 64 degrees.

After lots of fiddling and trying to achieve the performance of an R9 290 with 2 R9 270x's, I decided to bite the bullet and just buy the R9 290. It seems that my motherboard was the cause of most of my problems, but it was easier to get a new card than to buy a new motherboard. So I went with a Gigabyte R9 290 Windforce, 4GB.

Much easier to use compared to the constant fiddling and inconsistency of the Crossifire. Able to easily run most games on High-Ultra with stock OC'ing.

Case: Raidmax Smilodon w 500w PSU, Looked aggressive and cool, came with a power supply, saving me moneyBiggest mistake of my original build. Did not like the case at all, Top mounted PSU, no cable management, 212 Plus was too large to allow the side door to open. ~~

NZXT S340 (Black) This case is amazing, no question about it. The cable management is beautiful, there is tons of space within, hard drives are hidden, SSD's are shown off, it is a wonderful case.

Power Supply: EVGA 500w 80+ Bronze, Ratings are good, and power is sufficient for what I need

Nope. Ended up being short ~70 watts when I went to the Crossfire GPU's. Thus I picked up an EVGA 850 B2. Nice cables, all braided, 140mm fan, nice packaging and Velcro zip ties.

OS: Win 10, upgraded from the Windows 8.1 that was on there, currently running no issues.


  • Corsair AF120 White 2 pack - white LEDs, good price for 2. Case could fit 2 140's in the front, whoops
  • Corsair AF140 White - white LED, good price, fits on top
  • BitFenix 120mm PWM - needed a PWM fan that was black or white. Mine is white not like the PCPartPicker picture
  • Corsair Air Series SP 120 - added a second PWM fan to the radiator. The BitFenix fan is now against the case, behind the radiator, and the SP 120 is in front of the radiator. Both are blowing out of the case.

Monitor: Asus VN248H-P 24" IPS, bought on sale for a christmas gift, didn't actually have to pay the cost. A really nice monitor, clear, nice packaging and it helps that it is an IPS. 1920x1080, built in speakers etc.

Keyboard: SteelSeries Apex RAW, seemed like a good keyboard, lots of buttons, white LED backlight

Did not know how nice a mechanical keyboard was, mistake to buy it. No problems with the keyboard, but I don't have any use for the macro buttons and I prefer a mechanical keyboard.


Azio MGK1, sounds like the name of a badass robot. White LED backlight, Kailh Blue keys, meh, but it has an aluminum faceplate , the palmrest is plastic not rubber coated, but it has very grippy feet and a nice LED glow. Slight gripe is that the switches seem to have a higher than average resistance, something like 60+g's to depress. It will take some getting used to.

Mouse: Perixx MX-2000B, good mouse for the price. Comes with adjustable weights if you're about that life, and you can set multiple DPI's up to 6000+, and change the colour of the backlight, or have it RGB cycle.

Headset: Logitech G430, upgraded from my Turtle Beach X12's from the Xbox days, as those were hurting my ears during long sessions. This headset, while it may feel fragile, is a very good piece of equipment. The surround sound quality is amazing, the microphone works well, well enough that I don't need my Snowball ICe at the moment.

Other stuffs: Deepcool RGB colour LED, purchased to light up my PC, really nice kit. 2 strips ~30cm long, runs off of your Molex connector, comes with a remote. Remote picture shows all the different colour combinations. "Fade" is the only mode that will cycle through all the colours.

Let me know what you think!

Part Reviews

Thermal Compound

Cheap, and it's working. I think. Idk, my CPU is still alive so I guess it must be working.


This is a very nice drive, handy with the SSD cache, and 2TB holds all of my games and my Steam library. Would highly recommend, especially considering the minute price increase from a standard 2TB drive.


Love, love, love this case. The detail that went into it, the cable management options, the hidden hard drives yet exposed SSD's, the room inside for larger cards, the fan options. All go together with a well made case.

Power Supply

Supplies plenty of power for my build, and the cable design and braiding is very nice.

Operating System

Currently running Windows 10 Pro, no price as it was an upgrade from Windows 8.1, which was part of another build. No real issues to speak of, I know a lot of people have had problems upgrading but mine went without a hitch.

Case Fan

This fan sits at the top of my case pulling air out through the top. No issues or problems with it. White led's are a nice touch.


A very nice monitor, 1080p, IPS display, good packaging and a quality piece of hardware.


I would recommend this keyboard, the packaging is very nice, the Kailh Blue switches take a bit to get used to, they are clicky, and seem to have a little more resistance than average, but it has a very nice feel, the size is good, the palm rest helps a lot and it has nice lighting.

The palm rest is plastic, it's not rubber or rubberized or anything.


Just got these recently as an upgrade from my Turtle Beach X12's. They do feel fragile and a little flimsy, but the sound quality is great, the software is easy to use, it can be used in surround sound more or normal mode like headphones, the mic is clear and people are able to hear me with it. Would recommend.


Way, way WAAAYY more bass than one needs in a bedroom, this is a 5 point surround sound system with a 10" sub woofer. And I love it. Got it free as a Christmas present.

Comments Sorted by:

Alicksmith 2 Builds 4 points 49 months ago

nicely done! +1

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago


Ajjasper792 2 Builds 4 points 49 months ago

man, im jealous. i have the same cpu and motherboard, and i hit 4.3 before i blue screen. :( whats your vcore on that cpu?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 4 points 49 months ago

Overclock AMD FM-6300

I followed this guide, changed the multiplier to allow for 4.5GHz, my voltage for the CPU is 1.4 and for the Northbridge it is 1.2375

Ajjasper792 2 Builds 0 points 49 months ago

welp, i tried your settings in the bios. guess my chip just doesnt like it, and im not taking my chip to go over 1.4 on the vcore :( thanks anyway!

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Wish I could help more, still fairly new to overclocking :(

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TAPS147 2 points 49 months ago

If you're blue screening it's probably one of two things: Your mother board isn't as good and doesn't support high OC Or your cooling solution isn't adequate so thermal throttling? I'm no expert but do some research (:

dechols239 3 points 49 months ago

Wow, great computer! I like the lighting. I have the 6300 and was wanting to move up to the 4690k. I'm not a pro but I wonder is it woth the money for the upgrade? I do mainly gaming 1080p max setting.

Also, I thought I was the only one.....My desk looks very similar to yours, as long as the mouse pad and keyboard fit!

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 3 points 49 months ago

Not a pro either, I would like to upgrade the CPU to and 8350 and motherboard to a 990FX chipset. I think AMD are a little better for <1440p gaming vs Intel.

Blackie_Sheen 1 Build 0 points 49 months ago

Not at all. Intel stands tall for gaming at whatever resolution due to better single thread performance than on amd cpus since most games are single or dual threaded. In practice, it means that most games use only 2 cores which means that only 2 of the 6 indivually weak cores of this fx 6300 are fully utilised by games which results in bottlenecking and stuttering. If you decide to upgrade, the intel route is the way to go. Hope it clears some things

Blackie_Sheen 1 Build 1 point 49 months ago

It is worth the extra money. Your fx 6300 is in most intensive games bottlenecking your gpu which means that your gpu is not able to perform at its rated performance level. With the 4690k, there will be none of that. You'll see that in most games, the 4770k, which performs the same in games as the 4690k,is better than the fx 8350 in most games by something like 10 fps and thats at 4k. What video cards they use does not matter since its the same for both cpus.


smoke9 0 points 49 months ago

List me one Intel cpu that is better than AMD fx-8350 wich cost around the same. Good luck with that. And i dont see why people are comparing single core performance , todays programs/games are using more cores than single. Why dont we just making single core cpu's with the best of the best single core performance? Beacuse it is stupid, so it is comparing single core performance.

Blackie_Sheen 1 Build 2 points 49 months ago

There are very few games that use more than 2 cores because game devs want to make games for people with older cpu. About single core performance, I am not saying everyone should have a dual core. You are strechting my comment by a lot. I am saying that a quad core cpu with stronger cores is way better in gaming currently with directx11 and under, than a octo core with as twice as low single thread performance. For you record, here is an example of a cpu in the same price range that of the fx 8350 that's going to perform way better in games:

i5 4460: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819117302&cm_re=i5_4460-_-19-117-302-_-Product

fx 8350: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113284&cm_re=fx_8350-_-19-113-284-_-Product

smoke9 0 points 49 months ago

Can you show me actual proof of that?

I feel that we shouldn't talk about that here.

JR3538 2 points 49 months ago

looks amazing so clean i want build like that simple and clean

Brodolon 2 points 49 months ago

Nice and nice case i have it too :D +1

Insomnia727 2 points 49 months ago

A lot like mine, and I love it. I might even look into the keyboard if it's any good, looks like Vengeance and I don't mind Kailhs. But great build! +1

saikoraito 2 points 49 months ago

Damn.. Nice rig

izodmartin 1 Build 2 points 49 months ago

What a mess... Your desk that is. The PC is awesome nice job!

IMojoe134 1 Build 2 points 49 months ago

+1 for the same house phone as me.. jk (but we do) no offence to you but that is the greatest looking pc for the cost of the parts. And kudos to you for getting that crossfire to work. Not only is that stuff hard to get working hardware wise but software wise alot of games give you a hard time to get all the juice through. Welcome to the glorious pcmaster race

iamwildbear 2 points 49 months ago

Yo man this is exactly what i am currently building right now! same CPU and GPUs

You should put some benchmarks up!

but great build man 1+

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Benchmarks are in the comments :)

Nav1tech 4 Builds 2 points 49 months ago

Great looking build! I love my s340 too

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Thanks man, it is a beautiful case

8kchiadr 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

if the gpu's had back plates and you had some custom cabling this would look a bajillion times better. (it doesnt look bad right now, just saying it could go from a dodge viper to a Buggati Verron really quick)

pretty nice build btw def. stronger than my first one :D

i used this case for my personal gaming rig and boy do i love it. fine taste there sir. fine indeed. http://pcpartpicker.com/b/bwJV3C

dsargent7 1 Build 2 points 49 months ago

Hey, I'll take a viper any day lol

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 3 points 49 months ago

This is as close to a viper as I'll get...

8kchiadr 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago


giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Definitely something to look into. I agree, I love the case, it is such a dream to work with. Nicely done on your own build as well!

Ludis 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

I like the crossfire sapphire R9 270x. I have crossfire sapphire vapor-x R9 270x 2gb and they rock any game on ultra except when more than 2gb vram memory is needed. I play evolve and have to set on medium settings because any higher video settings require more than 2gb vram and the performance is poor. I've been thinking about trading up to the dual-x r9 270x 4gb. How do you like the dual-dual-x? Are the fans loud? you should run firestrike and post the results.

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

What kind of settings do you use for the crossfire? I've toying with it and sometimes still find myself losing frames on something as simple as Borderlands 2.

Ludis 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

I just turn crossfire on. I haven't played with the AMD settings at all. I change settings from ultra to high, etc in games. Download GPU-z, open it and set it to monitor the vram. See how much vram your games take up on ultra settings. If GPU-z shows any games at 1.9 gb then turn down the game settings some (to < 1.850). The only limitation I've come across is the vram. Otherwise my crossfire rips any game on ultra. I only play at 1080p. Also I have my side fan pushing air out instead of bringing air in. It brings down the gpu temperatures some.

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

I would like a side fan but I can't bring myself to cut the window :(

Ok i'll look into that, thanks.

Firecrackers 1 Build 1 point 49 months ago

That's a beautiful build. I really hope you don't have problems with crossfire, as x16x16 isn't available on 970 chipset boards (AFAIK).

I have r9 270s in Crossfire which work great with games such as Tomb Raider (99% on both cards), but on BF4 which is a CPU destroyer, my cards only manage to get 60-70%. I've learnt this has to do with the motherboard and how it supplies the power to it. Hopefully you won't have the same problem as me, though!

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 2 points 49 months ago

What other motherboard would you recommend, in roughly that price range? ~100-150, it's a budget build remember :P

GhostTaco 2 points 49 months ago

The Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 had some VRM cooling issues in the early revisions, but my cousin just got the rev 4.0 (I had the rev 1.1) and it's a lot better than my rev was. Currently $119.99 after a 10 dollar rebate on Newegg. Highly reccomended

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Probably will be the one I will consider, looking to go to the 990FX chipset, Gigabyte board since it's black, and possibly upgrading to an FX-8350

isaacdevil 1 point 49 months ago

The UD3 rev 4.0 is a great motherboard! You can overclock pretty good on it 2

GhostTaco 1 point 49 months ago

I still got a decent overclock on my 8230 even with the VRM cooling issues of the rev 1.1. The rev 4.0 makes it probably the best 990FX board for the money

Mohd_Asif 1 point 49 months ago

I appropriate your build, and congracs, but i am damn sure that you may feel bottlenecks, why did you choose Dual r9 270x with a FX6300, you would have gone for a GTX970(Available at same price of dual r9 270x) and FX6300 isn't that powerful that we all think, although at 7k its a bang, but going over 280x for a FX6300 will be bottlenecking, you could have got better performance with a FX6300 with a GTX970, infact of some bottlenecks, but you may got better performance, then too, it's all right, you'll enjoy the performance of your Setup too, so don't be burdened and be Happy on your new RIG.


giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

I began building this before the 970 was a thing. I had this since, and I got the 2 cards for dirt cheap so ye. I would love a 970 and a better cpu but I don't wanna put a whole lot more money into it if i'm not gonna get much performance gain.

Any ideas on good settings for a crossfire build?

isaacdevil 1 point 49 months ago

I think bottlenecks only happen if u have an i3 with a crap CPU speed, the FX 6300 would be fine with any GPU

nervozer4 4 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Having an fx 6300@4,7 with a 290x and I am happy as a mofo. I do not feel bottlenecked at all. BF4 64player all the time every day.

Dual 270x in CF can keep up with a 290x in terms of raw performance.

Here is his system(fx6300,2x270x):http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6366392

Here is mine(Fx 6300@4,7, 290x): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6366392

nervozer4 4 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

can you post 3d mark firestrike benchmarks i am just curious how 16x 4x is doing?very interesting build.+1 How is the pump, doing? mine died after 9 months:( The cpu is a pure badass overclocker, got mine at 4,75. and I am beating my friends 4690 in (rendering programms )kicks out a lot of heat ath these clocks

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Can you give me a link to where to get it?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago
nervozer4 4 Builds 2 points 49 months ago

Thanks, well that seems interesting.

In gpu performance you are on par with my 290x.

Is your CPU OC Stable?@4,5 because it seems like you are getting a way worse physics result(CPU TEST) than me@4,7 (200mhz should be no big difference) Maybe it is just the 16x4x CF, but you should be able to get at least a bit higher Physics score for your OC If you have the time try running cinebench 15, you should be getting around 535 points on the cpu I am getting 550 due to the slightly higherOC.

Here is yourssystem(fx6300,2x270x): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6366392

Here is mine(Fx 6300@4,7, 290x): http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/6366392

3dgraphics results are almost the same but cpu scores are not , I think with our cpu every MHZ counts

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Seems stable, had no issues with heat during the benchmarks, and haven't had a BSOD yet :)

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Pump seems to be good, not loud at all. Changed out the original fan, found it to buzz at higher RPM's. Agree with the CPU, its a hell of a lot of power for what it doesn't cost.

malymilo 4 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Is it just me or is that keyboard a completer Cosair K70 rip off?... Looks similar but much cheaper.

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Not really sure, looks similar yeah. But it's a nice keyboard regardless, I'd recommend it.

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Thanks for all the positive feedback, surprised this got this much hype :)

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

So adding in some benchmarks, from Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0

FPS: 56.0 Score: 2345 Min FPS: 21.8 Max FPS: 103.7


Render: Direct3D11 Mode: 1920x1080 8xAA fullscreen Preset: Extreme HD

Corbindalllas 1 point 49 months ago

Awesome please put pictures of your setup

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

What setup pictures would you like?

Corbindalllas 1 point 49 months ago

your basic desk and PC with monitor would be nice the build you made looks great

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

There ya go, desk is a complete mess but when you build 2 pc's **** happens.

Tooth 1 Build 1 point 49 months ago

yes, take some new pics with the window OPEN. It would be sooooo much visable than the glare you are getting on most of the install pics.

Remote LED, that is sweet and looks awesome. But can you open your door ? :)

nice setup

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Only the first picture had the door on.

zeo 1 point 49 months ago

I don't really like seagate hard drives. I got some seagate hard drives in the past that broke down in 6 months. So I just went to Western Digital to get my hard drives. That's really my only criticism.

sleepingpanda12 1 point 49 months ago

Can you give me a link of the leds?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago


I'm sure something similar can be found on Newegg as well.

TAPS147 1 point 49 months ago

This is similar to a build i'd like to save up for, have you had a go at video/photo editing/streaming or recording as that's something i'd like to do on top of gaming. Also what are your CPU temps like with that cooler?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

CPU temps are in the sidebar, along with GPU temps, and CPU and GPU clocks

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Haven't done any streaming/editing/recording etc yet. There are better cards for that purpose if going that route.

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Thanks everyone for all the likes and comments, and for pushing me up to the Featured Build this week!

isaacdevil 1 point 49 months ago

How does the 270x crossfire go?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

I think they're going good, I'm still looking for info on proper setup for it, settings, CCC settings etc

isaacdevil 2 points 49 months ago

Nice, you'll be able 2 max out AA with 2 GPUs on games such as BF3 and 4 which take advantage of driver support and stuff like that and overclock them a bit 2 if ya still want more fps on some games since GPUs in a CF or SLI setup run at the lowest speeds one of the cards have

jayl89 1 point 49 months ago

neat build, but performance is kinda weak for 1.4k

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Like I said, not the best build for the money, this has been a work in the making and would be quite different if i could start over with the same money.

Nickoplier 1 point 49 months ago

Time to do that upgrade to Windows 10? Or are you just going to wait until its stable. Windows 10 Tech Preview is all free, and its just like installing a windows update. No personal files changed or lost, just new interface! Love it!

Axd541 1 point 49 months ago

What do you think of this motherboard, do you like it?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 2 points 49 months ago

No real complaints, Newegg and partpicker say it has 2 PCI x16 slots, but CPU-Z says it has 1 PCI x16 and 1 PCI x4

Axd541 1 point 49 months ago

How did you find OCing on it?

giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 49 months ago

Took a little fiddling in the BIOS, I've never OC'd before but so far it's been stable.

Axd541 1 point 49 months ago

Oh nice, I might choose this is my future build c:

dccorreia 1 Build 1 point 49 months ago

This water cooler and the case makes all the difference. I decided myself to choose a Asus Radeon R9 270x 4Gb. it0s amazing how everything works with higher pression. Congratulations :-)

PS: Don't undersatnd how to add photos. Those LEds are too much in my opinion. It's like a disco from 70's against a presence of such quality of materials of your project :-)

Luxrah 1 point 49 months ago

What Led system is that?

CptMold 1 point 49 months ago

How would this case do Crossfire R7 260x's? Would I still need all those fans?

Also, how did you get a free copy of Windows 8.1?

jay227ify 2 Builds 1 point 43 months ago

How good is the motherboard with overclocking? I have the same one and I was thinking of overclocking my CPU.

GnarKill 1 point 29 months ago

Nice build. I also love the NZXT case.

It would look better if you didn't have so much clutter on/around your desk tho. That would drive me nuts.

IncognitoGamer123 1 point 20 months ago

Am I too late to say hi?

Aiden_Wall23 1 point 1 month ago

I wish I had an i7 just lying around :(

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giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 46 months ago

I've had no issues with power, and thats swapping between 270x crossfire, 290 etc.

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giftedpenguin submitter 3 Builds 1 point 46 months ago

yup should handle that no problem