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Finally got my Coffee Lake PC build and running!

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 So with the release of Intel's Optane drive... i had to grab one! (the raven may have been a large factor :P ) 

With full support only on 7th gen+, i had to upgrade my 4790k ... (you will be missed) 

Build - https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/xKiLlFrEnZyx/saved/629RGX

CPU - 8700k
Cooler - TT Floe Riing 360
Mobo - Gigabyte z370 Aorus Gaming 5
RAM - G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16gb 3600mhz
GPU - Aorus GTX 1080Ti Xtreme
PSU - 1200w Corsiar AXi series
Case - Thermaltake View 71 RGB
Storage - Intel Optane 280gb SSD
Samsung 850 pro's 512 in raid 0
Samsung 250 Evo 500
WD blue 2tb

 

Few pics :D

Gallery here -> https://imgur.com/a/UT9Df

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RGB is life... dont hate

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Had to add my own custom flair to it!

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Carefully peel it!

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Final result

Still need to do some benchmarks and get the overclock setup.... but im proud of the build :D 

Will post results soon

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Got some testing done and got a stable OC of 5ghz @ 1.35v and the gpu runs at around 2050mhz.... it could boost higher but its hot as hell in Aus right now and the AC can only do so much, so getting the max OC is gonna have to wait till winter :P 

Few 3D Mark scores
Fire Strike - https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14381586
Time Spy - https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23846310

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