Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Second system build with this CPU and it rocks worth building your gaming system around!
I would suggest a 760 or 970 MB or 990 if you have the cash.
paired with a good videocard like the gtx 570 or 7870 it is a real performer. Great for daily pc's and gamers alike.
Cons: my only con and this is small is the corny white serial sticker on the stock fan , it would be cooler if it was a hologram sticker or something with color. silly i know but the white sticker just looks silly spinning around on there.
Other Thoughts: For the money this it as good as most 8 cores , but i suppose if you have more to spend built higher!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: this is the second set of this ram i have bought and can tell you it preforms well stock without overclocking or anything like that. Its well timed and games well , for the price it cant be easily beaten , if I had more $$$ to spend i would buy Mushkin instead ,but for almost $20 less this is great ram
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: works well on both 880g and the 760gm motherboards with no issues gets about 7.4 on windows experience index
Paired with a good videocard it will play any game you want.
gtx570 , 7850 ,7870 or R9 cards
This review is from: MSI 760GM-P23 (FX) AM3+ AMD 760G + SB710 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: I liked just about everything about this board, it comes well packaged ,with sata cables its very functional. Its a micro so its small as to be expected. Works well with selected components and allows high scoring benchmarks and great gaming experience. could also make a great theater addition.
Cons: It did have a few cons thou iwth a double spaced video card 3 out of 6 sata ports are covered and unusable almost enough to take a egg away. It lacks visual appeal and has no real color thats not covered up. no big deal
Other Thoughts: I paired it with fast ram -7-7-7=21 max interface speed
the AMD fx6300 with stock fans
a powercolor 7870 2gb edition
and a MSI blitz case with seasonic M12 PSU
The machine rocks in many benches parts out preform my 970 with the same CPU , and the video card is tuff to match laying any concerns that the cheaper MB would not preform strait to rest, really the olny thing that bugs me it the covered up sata plugs ,but fortunately It only has 1 drive ,but if it was my main PC I would be mad since it uses 5 drives.