Test Bench

Most of the testing is done on my main PC system:

System was built in December 2008 for GTA IV and is still being constantly upgraded. 5 years have past and it still kicks ass.

    • CPU: Intel Core i7 920 C0 2.66 Ghz [H2O]
      • ► 4011 Mhz 4 cores / 8 threads
      • ► 4200 Mhz 4 cores / 4 threads
    • MOBO: Gigabyte EX58-UD5 F13
    • RAM: Corsair DDR3 3x2GB 1600 Mhz Triple channel *
    • PSU: Corsair TX 750 W
    • SDD: Samsung 830 128 GB
    • HDD: RAID0 WD Caviar Black 1 TB x2
    • OS: Windows 7 Ultimate X64
    • DISPLAY: Samsung P2450H LCD 24” F. HD
    • CASE: Chieftec Dragon CH-07B-B-OP
    • AUDIO: ASUS Xonar DX 7.1
    • FAN CTLR: Scythe KAZE MASTER Pro 6 channel
    • CPU COOLING: EK KIT H3O Supreme HF 360
      • ► EK Supreme HF Nickel Plexi
      • ► EK DCP 4.0
      • ► EK CoolStream Radiator XT 360 (Tripple)
      • ► EK Multioption X2 Reservoir 150 Advanced
      • ► Yate Loon D12SH 2200rpm 120mm 77 CFM (x3)
      • ► TUBE Masterkleer 13/10mm UV Blue
      • ► Arctic Cooling MX-4

* In some tests i use 4x2GB DDR3 1600Mhz CL9 in Dual channel
Even 4x1GB 1333 Mhz in older benchmarks

Other parts

  • ► I still game on Nvidia Geforce Gigabyte GTX 470 bought in Q2 ’10
– 607/3348 Mhz @0.937 volt
– 780/3500 Mhz @0.937 volt
– 850/3700 Mhz @1.087 volt
  • ► DISPLAY: Samsung P2450H LCD 24” F. HD
  • ► SPEAKERS: Logitech Z906 5.1 500W
  • ► MOUSE/KEY: Prestigio PJ-MSO3-L / GXT 18
  • ► WHEEL: Logitech G25
  • ► FAN CTRLR: Scythe KAZE MASTER Pro 6 channel
  • ► HDD: Samsung F3 1 TB (Back Up)
  • ► HDD: WD Elements 1.5 TB (Back Up)

Power Consumption:

CPU & GPU on stock factory clocks: IDLE=165W / LOAD=397W
CPU & GPU OC’d 4Ghz & 800Mhz(@1.000volt): IDLE=215W / LOAD =529W (in Crysis 2)
It is HUNGRY!

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