Description

Price included taxes and all that jazz.

Plays League of Legends at max settings at 1080p 60 FPS. Maxes out all the old Valve games such as Left 4 Dead 2, TF 2 at 1080p, at least 60 FPS. APU slightly overclocked to run memory at 2400.

I went over budget as I was not originally planning on buying the wireless network card and the SSD cache. I did not buy a regular SSD due to going over budget.

Overall, I am happy with this build.

Reddit thread: http://redd.it/1javgx

Comments

  • 78 months ago
  • 10 points

Ahh, a10 apu + fast ram. I like.

  • 78 months ago
  • 4 points

great little build, I have been quite amazed at how powerful that APU really is.

  • 78 months ago
  • 3 points

Looks pretty cool. How did the cable management go?

  • 78 months ago
  • 3 points

Ace Ventura reference on the name of the PC? :D

  • 78 months ago
  • 1 point

nice case, I was looking at that when I built a "mini pc" and decided to go itx with a Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced instead

  • 78 months ago
  • 1 point

Post more pictures! I might buy this case for a second computer for LAN parties.

  • 78 months ago
  • 1 point

Really like the build. :D That APU is a nice piece of hardware.

  • 78 months ago
  • 1 point

Out of curiosity, how is this performing? I was going to build a similar one from a friend but then I chickened out.

  • 78 months ago
  • 1 point

Did you have to update the bios for the new Richland APU? I'm really interested in using one for an upcoming build.

  • 77 months ago
  • 1 point

May I ask why the 2400Mhz memory? And why a CAS Latency 11? The APU only supports 2133Mhz anyway.

And Since I am building something alike, may I also ask you how well you likeit so far? Do you like the CPU cooler?

And finally, I was wondering, the best use I found for SSD is to put the OS on it. I heard for small capacity SSDs, you could use intel software to use it as cache and boost overall computer speed. I see it sais on yours ReadyCache. Does it include such feature? Because I was wondering if it was possible to do such thing on an AMD build.

  • 78 months ago
  • 0 points

In the future you should look into a dual graphics solution but by the time you want to upgrade they would have dual graphics compatible with the 7800 series or maybe even 7900

Great Build ;)