I Built a PC for Validation

I organized a PC for validation. I already have a PC, but it isn’t suitable for validation because it has the hard line loop which is very hard to exchange any PC parts. So, I had hope to construct an environment to validate some PC parts exclusively. A PC for validation is required easy exchangeability of parts and simplicity of composition.

And now, I want to validate the Ryzen 9 5950X I purchase a few days ago (https://ocod.home.blog/2020/11/09/ive-got-something-amazing/). The specs of this PC for exam my 5950X is below.

  • CPU: [AMD] Ryzen 9 5950X
  • Memory: [G.Skill] F4-3600C14Q -32GTZN (use only 2 modules)
  • M/B: [ASUS] ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-fi)
  • GPU: [MSI] Geforce GT1030 2G LP OC
  • SSD: [Plextor] PX-1TM8VC+
  • PSU:[CoolerMaster] V1200 Platinum
  • Cooler: [EVGA] CLC 360 Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Case: [Streacom] BC1 Open Bench Table
  • Thermal paste: [Shinwa Sangyo] OC Master SMZ-01R

I overclocked CPU and memories easily in this environment, and try some benchmark tests, to validate performance and durability. In conclusion, there are nice durability, but scope for improvement about performance. I’ll tuning this environment continuously, and try to achieve high performance without losing durability for daily-use.

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