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Beast Machine check my specs !! Will arrive soon

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HSBilling

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Case
CORSAIR OBSIDIAN SERIES™ 1000D FULL TOWER CASE
Custom Liquid Cooling Kit
Liquid Series RGB High Kit - Corsair Hydro X
Tubing
Clear Flexible Tubing (Metallic Fittings)
Graphics Card Cooling
GPU Water Block - For Two Identical Graphics Cards!
Coolant Colour
EK-CryoFuel Neon Green
LED Lighting
3x 50cm RGB LED Strip
Overclocked CPU
Overclocked Intel® Core™ i9-10900X 10 Core (3.7GHz @ up to 4.7GHz)
Motherboard
ASUS® ROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME ENCORE: DDR4, 6Gb/s, CrossFireX/SLI, Wi-Fi AC - ARGB Ready
Memory (RAM)
256GB Corsair VENGEANCE DDR4 3000MHz (8 x 32GB)
Graphics Card
24GB ASUS ROG STRIX GEFORCE RTX 3090 - HDMI, DP
Graphics Card
NONE, I ALREADY HAVE A GRAPHICS CARD
1st Storage Drive
16TB SEAGATE IRONWOLF PRO 3.5", 7200 RPM 256MB CACHE
1st M.2 SSD Drive
2TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS M.2, PCIe NVMe (up to 3500MB/R, 3300MB/W)
Intel Optane Memory
64GB INTEL® M10 OPTANE MEMORY (X299) - USE WITH MECHANICAL HDD
External DVD/BLU-RAY Drive
6x Slim USB 2.0 External Blu-Ray Writer
External Hard Drive
10TB Seagate Backup Plus Hub External HDD, USB 3.0, Black
Power Supply
CORSAIR 1600W PRO SERIES™ TITANIUM AX1600i DIGITAL MODULAR PSU
Power Cable
1 x 1 Metre IEC C19 UK Power Cable
Braided Power Supply Cables
CORSAIR Premium Individually Sleeved PSU Cable Kit Pro - Blue/Black
Thermal Paste
ARCTIC MX-4 EXTREME THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPOUND
Extra Case Fans
8 x Corsair LL120 RGB LED Fan + 2 x Controller Kit (1000D ONLY)
Sound Card
ASUS STRIX Raid DLX 7.1 PCIe sound card
Wireless Network Card
ASUS PCE-AX58BT Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) 2400Mbps/5GHz, 600Mbps/2.4GHz
USB/Thunderbolt Options
MIN. 2 x USB 3.0 & 2 x USB 2.0 PORTS @ BACK PANEL + MIN. 2 FRONT PORTS
Capture/Streaming Cards
Elgato Game Capture 4K60 PRO MK.2 - PCIe Card
Operating System
Windows 10 Home 64 Bit - inc. Single Licence [KUK-00001]
Operating System Language
United Kingdom - English Language
Windows Recovery Media
Windows 10 Multi-Language Recovery Image - Supplied on USB Drive
Office Software
FREE 30 Day Trial of Microsoft 365® (Operating System Required)
Anti-Virus
BullGuard™ Internet Security - Free 90 Day License inc. Gamer Mode
Browser
Microsoft® Edge (Windows 10 Only)
Keyboard & Mouse
Corsair K95 RGB PLATINUM Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX RGB Speed
Keyboard & Mouse
ASUS ROG Spatha Gaming Mouse
Surge Protection
6 Socket 2m Surge Protector
Cable Management
3 x PCS 1.5M Zip Cable Tidy - Professional Cable Management
Warranty
3 Year Standard Warranty (1 Month Collect & Return, 1 Year Parts, 3 Year Labour)
Delivery
TIMED DELIVERY TO UK MAINLAND - MON-FRI (BEFORE 10.30AM)
Build Time
Liquid Series® Build - RTX 39 to 41 working days
Welcome Book
PCSpecialist Welcome Book - United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland
Logo Branding
PCSpecialist Logo

In testing stage
 

SpyderTracks

Recluse
Moderator
Are you looking for feedback? It's a bit late in the day if it's in testing stage.

What's it for?

What monitor are you pairing it with, what resolution and refresh rate or make and model if you're not sure?
 

HSBilling

Member
Hi,
It's been in test since 0900 this morning actually, it will be used for primarily gaming but will be used for heavy work like cad later and other demanding stuff.

The monitor is the Dell 32 inch 60hz 8k monitor. Feedback would be nice thanks.
 

Gavras

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Seems a bit of an odd build.

definitely would not go liquid nor Intel irrespective of type of work, going Intel at moment is Darwin at work.

loosing future proofing with new Intel out early next year and different size nm.

liquid systems are a pain to manage and require far more work than closed loop.

storage, no OS drive, no SSD for gaming, putting OS and games on M.2 is not that great an idea.

smaller M.2 just for OS and then games on a separate M.2 or SSD.

memory wise, not sure any apps use that much memory, and that’s coming from a company that specialised in rendering and CAD etc.

The Dell, bit of an odd choice with both Samsung and LG releasing new 8k’s next year, LG delayed their panel due to issues.

if remember right the Dell uses early release AUO panel, good panel but early tech.

not sure if it’s Beast or waste tbh, however your money your choice.
 

HSBilling

Member
Seems a bit of an odd build.

definitely would not go liquid nor Intel irrespective of type of work, going Intel at moment is Darwin at work.

loosing future proofing with new Intel out early next year and different size nm.

liquid systems are a pain to manage and require far more work than closed loop.

storage, no OS drive, no SSD for gaming, putting OS and games on M.2 is not that great an idea.

smaller M.2 just for OS and then games on a separate M.2 or SSD.

memory wise, not sure any apps use that much memory, and that’s coming from a company that specialised in rendering and CAD etc.

The Dell, bit of an odd choice with both Samsung and LG releasing new 8k’s next year, LG delayed their panel due to issues.

if remember right the Dell uses early release AUO panel, good panel but early tech.

not sure if it’s Beast or waste tbh, however your money your choice.
Nice feedback but I think it's too late testing stage now. I didn't know about the storage part, I had the 8k monitor for a while now actually.
 

Gavras

Well-known member
Amazon have decent sale on NVME at moment, personally would get one and do a fresh install.

work out better in long run.
 

Nursemorph

Author Level
I'm curious why is is problematic having so and games on m.2

Because if your Windows install becomes corrupted or your system has issues and requires a re-install, all the game data will be lost. By having WIndows on one drive and games on another is you only lose WIndows and the limited information on that drive. Guess it depends on what games you play as to whether they backup to the cloud...any games that don't and you'd also lose your save data....not to mention the hassle of needing to reinstall all the games again
 

SlimCini

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Still... If you've just received it you've still got time to return for a full refund I think? Would be a kick in the teeth after the long wait. But you could do so much better. Another 40 day wait would be worthwhile to get a much better pc in the long run.
 

HSBilling

Member
Still... If you've just received it you've still got time to return for a full refund I think? Would be a kick in the teeth after the long wait. But you could do so much better. Another 40 day wait would be worthwhile to get a much better pc in the long run.
Why would I want to return this? Just saying, it is a very good system. Two RTX 3090s and i9 10 core, a powerfull system indeed. 8k 60fps surely.
 

AgentCooper

Damn fine cup of coffee!
This build looks like an exercise in just picking the most expensive options in the configurator. So much wasted money.
 

SlimCini

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Why would I want to return this? Just saying, it is a very good system. Two RTX 3090s and i9 10 core, a powerfull system indeed. 8k 60fps surely.
Where's the second 3090 come from?! Jesus that makes it even worse. Because it's a massive waste of money in most areas and a terrible choice for the cpu.

It must have cost, what, £5-6k maybe?

I could have spent half that. Put a spec together. Get it hooked up to the same monitor next to yours, do a blind test playing games where you don't know which pc you're on, doing cad work etc and you wouldn't be able to know whether it was your overkill build or my half price one.
 

Scott

Modinator
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As suggested it's very far from an optimum system. No matter which avenue you look to go down use wise, you've missed the mark by quite a distance.

Even more so when spending this amount on a build you should get some feedback and insight into your choices. More money does not mean a better system. Each and every component has it's uses, pros AND cons. Everything needs to be connected in harmony.

To purchase a X299 chipset build with slower RAM than optimum and doubling down on rendering GPUs for a gaming rig is just not good.

Even Millionaires tend to ask for advice before choosing their Ferrari as money doesn't make anyone an expert in anything....... in my experience it makes them quite silly in most purchases as assumptions on quality are made with the price tag.
 

SlimCini

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I specced it up the other day and I believe it was nearer the £7.5k mark



The CPU wasn't the most expensive option! In fact, that was the lowest possible to choose
Was that with or without the second 3090 that appeared in the build half way through the thread?!:LOL:
 
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