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My Rig:

  • CPU: i7 8086K limited edition.
  • Cooling: Corsair H150i Pro AIO.
  • Motherboard: ASUS Maximus Hero XI Z390.
  • G.Skill TridentZ RGB 32GB 3200Mhz, 4 x 8GB.
  • GPU: ASUS ROG Strix 1080ti.
  • PSU: Corsair RM850x with Cablemod Pro cables.
  • 6 x Corsair LL120 RGB fans, 3 x Corsair ML120 fans.
  • Storage: m.2 960 EVO, 1 x 500GB 860 EVO, 1 x 1TB 860 EVO, 2 X 2GB Seagate Barracuda.
  • Case: Lian Li PC-O11-Dynamic Tempered Glass.

This is first and foremost a gaming PC with high overclock in mind, optimized for gaming and showcase PC. AMD Ryzen is still a great value option and in my opinion and makes a better workstation, NAS Rig and Capture Rig. With more cores for less AMD Ryzen is a great entry into a work station and productivity and does not require a higher clock speed and overall benefits more from more cores. However, this does not go for all application that for instance benefit the Intel integrated graphics however if you stack core per core AMD offers much greater value. For that instance I made my main gaming build with Intel and AMD is the productivity build.

You can find my other guides relates to the above here:
Ryzen 5 OC'ing the 1600X.
Ryzen 5 OC'ing the 1600.
Streaming and/or recording using OBS NDI Tutorial.


 
ROG Ryujin 360

I am writing this article because I could not find much in terms of troubleshooting the new ASUS ROG AIO, this covers the ROG Ryujin
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