Submitting this for a build competition known as SSB. The Superposition benches had to be run on a single card, bcause of my crap board, but that will be fixed shortly.
So, this has quite an interesting story, that I will sadly need to shorten, it started as a very stupid 1700x and crosshair with a 1050 ti and 8 gb of ram with no ssd build, then became a 1700x and hd 5770, then the same with 32 gb of ram, then no system, then this. So, I started this idiotic venture a year ago, with the 1700x system, but since then, a lot has changed, it all started with a cheap local threadripper listing, really it started with msrp vega but let's not get there, but it was a full 1920x system minus ram and gpu for $650, absolutely crazy at the time, so I was determined to get it, long story short I sold my 1700X system, and then that flopped hard when I desperately needed money, and in the meantime I had purchased my two cards, so now I have all this gpu, no money, and no cpu or mobo, so I just got to stare at them in an empty case for a while, while being about 2 months. Then I won a 2400G system nicknamed Electrobyte in a patreon giveaway, around the same time I got a phenom system with a crosshair iii, which I am still waiting on ram for, so I was doing pretty damn well, and still had 8 gb of vengeance lying around, so I threw that in the 2400G system and now that's what I'm running, waiting on ddr3 to run my phenom. WHY GO PHENOM FROM RYZEN? you ask, well, because my crosshair iii for my phenom supports 4 way crossfire, and this b350 board does not, so this will be updated with a slightly more appropriate v2. there's farrrrrr more to the story than what I've said here, but it would take too much time, thanks for considering my submission. PS. I hated the white leds on the cpu cooler fans, so I took my 295x2 stock fan and threw it on there. Also, I run all my fans, even the 3000 rpms, at max at all times for that super chill system (not chill with these cards) and for the epic jet sound it makes. Also, I had to jank a case mod to fit dual psus to power this monster of a system, it was quite fun, stupid, and hilarious. I also got the cards for a steal, $425 for one but it came with the v1000, and $350 for the other, pretty good deals.