|Processor||3.4 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB SDRAM DDR4|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Hard Drive||1000 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||geforce gtx|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||12|
CPU Solutions Intel Core i7 6800K 6 Core X99 Chipset Gaming Desktop PC GTX 1080 w/8GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 500GB SSD, 1TB HDD, Windows 10
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- VR Ready Intel LGA 2011-v3 CPU Broadwell-E: Intel Core i7 6800K Processor Socket 3.4GHz 6 Core LGA 2011-v3, Liquid Cooled CPU.
- ASUS X99-A II SLI Motherboard, Intel X99 Chipset, NZXT H440 Razer Editio (Matte Black), Mid Case Tower, Gold Certified 92% Efficiency 750W Power Supply
- GeForce GTX 1080 Grapic Card - 8 GB GDDR5 SDRAM - PCI-Express 3.0 x16, HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI
- Samsung EVO 850 500GB Solid State Drive and 1TB 7200 RPM HDD, Windows 10 64Bit with Media and COA, DVD-Writer
- 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz, Wireless AC 600MBPS Network Adapter, Logitech Keyboard & Mouse, USB Ports: 11 (1 USB 3.1, 6 USB 3.0 & 4 USB 2.0)
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Get the most out of your gaming and digital media content creation experience with Intel® X99 Express chipset and Intel® Core™ i7 processor based PCs. The unlocked processor in the LGA 2011-v3 socket allow a customized performance experience of the platform by changing the processor core multipliers and DDR4 memory ratios. The Intel® X99 Express chipset delivers maximum processing power and premium digital surround sound exactly through a combination of smart features, giving extreme gamers and demanding enthusiasts exactly what they need. ----- Powerful System based on Intel's new Broadwell-e platform. 6 Core i7 6800K Built for Performance. System Specs: --Intel SIX Core i7 6800K 3.4 Ghz--- (3.80 GHz auto Overclocking Speed) --Intel X99 Express Chipset Motherboard (ASUS X99-A II ) --- --Liquid Cooled CPU Cooler (Corsair H60)--- --16GB DDR4 2400Mhz--- --NZXT H440 Razer Special Edition (Matte Black), Mid Case Tower--- --Gold Certified 92% Efficiency 750W Power Supply --- --Nvidia GTX 1080 Video Card with 8GB GDDR5 PCIE 3.0 (1 HDMI, 3 DisplayPort, 1 DVI)--- --Samsung EVO 850 500GB SSD as Main Drive--- -- 1TB (1000GB) 7200RPM HDD--- --DVD-RW Optical Drive--- Network Ports: Wired 10/100/1000. --WIFI Wireless AC 600MBPS Network Adapter --Audio Channels: 7.1 -- --Windows 10 64Bit with Media and COA--- --Logitech Keyboard and Mouse -- --1 Year Complete System Warranty--- 48 Hour Testing and Burn In
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On there website other then a few components they do not list the brand name of the components used leading you wonder and not accurately able to compare prices if you were to build it yourself. So here is a break down and all the parts are top notch.
Memory - Crucial DDR4. Blistering fast and great reviews.
SSD - Samsung 840 EVO. One of the best if not the best SSD you can guy. Install the supplied Samsung Magician CD to enable RAPID to give it near PCI-E speeds. Its almost double in some cases.
Power Supply - Antec 850 watt High Current Gamer power supply. Top rated power supply.
Water Cooler - Antech Kuhler H20 650. Another top notch component.
Those components listed come at a premium price so kudos to them using them. The other main components used are a MSI GTX 980 w 4 gigs ram, MSI x99 SLI Plus motherboard. Both of those are the top rated or very close to the top in there class.
The case itself is simply a Razr rebranded NZXT H440. Its a awesome case. Looks awesome, has a nice matte finish. Sound damping is installed. The USB ports are mounted on top. In the back is a switch if you desire to turn off the green LEDs.
All in all a monster computer for a great price. I would suggest you install the included software from MSI, Samsung. Samsung has a program called RAPID for SSD's that you can look up. It will just about double your throughput.
The i7 5820k 6 core is a beast. Uses alot less power then previous generations and will tear apart just about anything you through at it. Its a Intel "K Class" chip meaning it was made for overclocking. I have my rig humming along at 4 ghz with minimal effort and no real noise increase due to the water cooler.
The supplied video card is the fastest single chip GPU solution out right now. What is also significant its a Maxwell class GPU. Uses almost half the power of the previous generation of Nvidia chips. As a result the OEM MSI cooling solution with 2 fans more then handles it. Even with it blowing full speed its a pretty quite graphics card.
Could go on but you wont regret buying it.
As of 1/10/2015 this beast still purrs like a kitten. Updated to Windows 10 and it runs smooth as silk. I also added a Acer GSync Monitor to the mix and have great great graphics. I have added no additional hardware and in its original configuration almost a year later its still a beast.
My only complaint is the CPU Liquid Cooler that is used if you read up you can verify its kinda noisy. I intend to swap that out with a Cosair one in the future. If your playing a graphically intense game its pretty loud...used to it but you can hear it clear across the room. I think this comes from it being a single fan vice 2 fan set up.
I had a few issues with MSI's update center then. Thankfully Windows 10 takes snapshots of system configurations and I simply rolled it back to the previous day.
Anyhow enjoying this set up immensely.
The components used are great quality and assembly appears to be done well. No one is denying that the components are great. If you know how to build your own computer you could buy the exact same parts from Newegg and assemble it yourself for around $400 less. However, if you're considering this computer then you probably don't know how to build your own.
It's a great computer that will play any game you throw at it.
My one complaint is that it comes with a $20 keyboard/mouse combo. They aren't bad, but you'll probably end up replacing them.