I'm running at 1.4v
No, no issues to date.
Sorry for the delayed response. I love the Polaris Pro Duo card. It's handled everything I've thrown at it, including running games in ultra graphics settings (Starcraft II, WoW).
+1 for pre-ordering Ryzen 7 2700x!
AMD procs come with unlocked multipliers, so I'm simply adjusting multiplier and vcore in BIOS to achieve the desired overclock then test for stability by running Prime95 for 30minutes to an hour.
Its running great. I have it setup to hashmine when idle, so between my regular uses and mining it's been running at close to 100% utilization for over a month now without even a whimper of a problem.
nice build! I really like the desk. I'm in the process of doing something similar.
Any more details you can share on the OC setup? Whats your vcore? Only 40* C at Load? Impressive!
I have no experience with the 960, but a quick google of benchmarks shows it to be much faster than the WD Blue, however price was my main driver and I'm very happy with it. Most my stuff goes up to the cloud anyway, so I'm not as worried about local R/W speeds. That being said, I'm very happy with the WD Blue, and not sure I would notice a difference with a faster drive, but then I'm not working with excessively large video files either.
I haven't benchmarked performance of the WD Blue, but I like it. Extremely fast and responsive, Plenty of storage space.
Not many cons to a GPU that came as a perk of my job, but one challenge of the Radeon Pro Duo is not being able to run the Radeon gaming drivers. With other Radeon Pro cards you can actively switch to the gaming driver. Other than that the thing handles anything I can throw at it and then some. No complaints.
I got it off NewEgg = $179 for the Corsair Crystal 570x White included the H60 for Free.
What's the H65? At first I assumed that's the replacement for the H60, but I see the new H60 has just been updated for 2018 and kept the model number the same... Which is likely why they are giving the older version away for free.
I love the case. Definitely, very open and the white makes it easier to see everything. The case has tons of spots for cable ties and a generous lip around the backside for hiding cables. The included cable management channel is nice as well, but it was pretty tight once I got everything in there. The included velcro straps and zip ties help tie everything down.
I just happened to have the Radeon Pro Duo. It does support Freesync, but I don't currently have a Freesync monitor. It's on my list of future upgrades!
Very sharp! I dig the cable management.
Wow, Red wall to match! I like that case and the powder coated red parts are a great combo.
I just picked up the Asrock Killer SLI/ac as well. I contemplated the Taichi, but I found the Killer SLI/ac on-sale at newegg for $99. Just published my build, it should be posted soon (once the moderator approves it).
The benefits of the Taichi just didn't justify another $125 IMO. Either way I'm loving the Asrock BIOS and OC was a breeze.