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[Ryzen Build] R7-3700x - GTX1080 - LEDS!!!!

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Scott

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Hello thought I would share some pics and my build specs....


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Specs:
Keyboard: CORSAIR - K70 RGB MK.2
Mouse: CORSAIR - DARK CORE RGB PRO SE
Case: CORSAIR - iCUE 220T
Motherboard: MSI X570-A Pro
CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x (OC to 4.2ghz)
Memory: CORSAIR - Vengeance RGB PRO 4x8GB 3200 (OC 3400)
Video: Geforce GTX 1080 FE
Monitor 1: Samsung 43" 4K
Monitor 2: HP 32" 2K
SSD1: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB
SSD2: Samsung 970 Evo 250GB
CPU Cooler: CORSAIR - iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX CPU
Additional Fan: 2x Corsair LL Series 120mm
Wifi Card: Asus AX3000

Passmark Benchmark: https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V10/display.php?id=141447946253

Let me know what you think :)
 

Scott

Retired Recognized Developer
So... you just sit in front of that massive screen? Can you even see the whole thing at once?
Haha, yes. Both monitors are on full articulation mounts (up/down, left/right, back and forward, tilt). They can stick out 2.5 feet or sit flush to the wall so I can move them around. I usually have the monitor further back than in the pic but I wanted to get as close a grouping as possible when I took the picture.

If the 43" is as close as it is in the picture then that is too big but when I put it back about 9 inches its perfect for me. My eyes are not that good so if I dont have my glasses with me I can still see :)
 

Scott

Retired Recognized Developer
Jesus thats one big monitor.
Tv monitor xd.
That gaming setup. In my opinion, is a very very very very expensive, rgbed and overpowered setup.
All you have left is an RTX or smth.
Nah, I dont really game. I play Forza from time to time. I just like the LED's and how they look. Lots of options with the Corsair lighting.
 

IcariumLS

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Looks neat, cable management is well done.
Now I do not like so much RGB, I would prefer to see what theme is your personal preference, but well that is a matter of personal taste.
The monitors are too big at for this sitting distance, I think you would have a nicer experience with 3 smaller monitors (not small just smaller), or doing a setup in which your monitor is set farther away, maybe with a couch in from of it, but still visible from your working desk, this would require a whole setup modification and changing the placement of your desk tho (I have seen this kind of setups).
All in all, neat as I said before, but think about the 3 monitor smaller monitors setup, I think that setup would make your work or gaming more pleasant.
 
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    Hello thought I would share some pics and my build specs....


    Full.jpg
    Front.jpg
    Close.jpg
    input.jpg


    Specs:
    Keyboard: CORSAIR - K70 RGB MK.2
    Mouse: CORSAIR - DARK CORE RGB PRO SE
    Case: CORSAIR - iCUE 220T
    Motherboard: MSI X570-A Pro
    CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x (OC to 4.2ghz)
    Memory: CORSAIR - Vengeance RGB PRO 4x8GB 3200 (OC 3400)
    Video: Geforce GTX 1080 FE
    Monitor 1: Samsung 43" 4K
    Monitor 2: HP 32" 2K
    SSD1: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB
    SSD2: Samsung 970 Evo 250GB
    CPU Cooler: CORSAIR - iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX CPU
    Additional Fan: 2x Corsair LL Series 120mm
    Wifi Card: Asus AX3000

    Passmark Benchmark: https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V10/display.php?id=141447946253

    Let me know what you think :)
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    So... you just sit in front of that massive screen? Can you even see the whole thing at once?
    Haha, yes. Both monitors are on full articulation mounts (up/down, left/right, back and forward, tilt). They can stick out 2.5 feet or sit flush to the wall so I can move them around. I usually have the monitor further back than in the pic but I wanted to get as close a grouping as possible when I took the picture.

    If the 43" is as close as it is in the picture then that is too big but when I put it back about 9 inches its perfect for me. My eyes are not that good so if I dont have my glasses with me I can still see :)
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    Looks neat, cable management is well done.
    Now I do not like so much RGB, I would prefer to see what theme is your personal preference, but well that is a matter of personal taste.
    The monitors are too big at for this sitting distance, I think you would have a nicer experience with 3 smaller monitors (not small just smaller), or doing a setup in which your monitor is set farther away, maybe with a couch in from of it, but still visible from your working desk, this would require a whole setup modification and changing the placement of your desk tho (I have seen this kind of setups).
    All in all, neat as I said before, but think about the 3 monitor smaller monitors setup, I think that setup would make your work or gaming more pleasant.