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ChipFire new Ryzen 7 build

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I have parts on the way for a new Ryzen 7 build.

This is NOT for gaming but for my daily driver/workstation. I am not pinching pennies (obviously not with RAM prices). My old daily workstation (i7-860) is getting old and slow. I have chosen:

Mobo : AsRock X370 Professional Gaming

- dual NICS, 1 is 5Gb

- excellent power management

- will overclock well and actually run DRAM at 3200 stable

- has USBC 3.1 Gen 2

RAM : GSkill Flare X 2x8GB

- the RAM that will work on this mobo stable at 3200

- expensive but want the speed and stability

CPU : 8100X

- not the sweetspot but I got the new AMD discount

Cooler : Noctua D15 SE-AM4

- cool cool cool w/o a nasty AIO

Case : Fractal Meshify C

- smaller

- Tempered Glass

- lots of filters, easy cleaning

- fits the Noctua

- 3 SSDs, 2+ 3.5

GPU : AMD Radeon HD 7970

GHz Edition

- wow, from 2012 but this will do for now for my daily driver

This box will run Win 10 Pro with mulriple browsers, Office, my NAS site, lots of other non-gaming software

Anyone know if the newly announced Ryzens will be x370?

Edited by Chipfire - Today at 12:53 pm '); }


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