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Airshifter88

My first build

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Hello all. So my younger brother recently got me back into playing video games (at the ripe age of 29). Started with PS4 but since he is very into PCs/PC gaming he talked me into building a system. After doing a decent amount of research I settled on the following. I'm new to all this so my apologize if I can't answer any in depth, technical questions but I'll try my best.

 

Setup:

 

EVGA Hadron Hydro (loved the size)

ASRock x370 itx

Ryzen 5 1500x (overclocked to 3.9 w/ stock Spire cooler)

Corsair Vengeance 3200mhz 8gb (2x4)

Zotac GTX 1050 ti OC

Samsung 960 EVO M.2 256gb

WD Blue 1tb

 

As stated, the CPU is running at a stable 3.9ghz at a solid 53* (tested on AIDA)

 

Hear a lot of people weren't able to get the RAM to OC to 3200, but mine ended up taking it with no problem.

 

On Cinebench it showed an OpenGL score of 111 and a CPU score of 889.

 

I'll get some pics up soon

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Welcome to the forum, you got a nice build going. Have fun with it and hopefully that 1050ti isn't giving you any problems with your gaming at 1080p resolution.

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Welcome to the forum, you got a nice build going. Have fun with it and hopefully that 1050ti isn't giving you any problems with your gaming at 1080p resolution.

I think the 1050 should run fine doing 1080 at medium settings, but at high or ultra it may not do great on some of the higher end games. A 1060 would have been my card of choice for this system.

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