SOLD: Gaming PC - GTX 1080, i7-6700K (Western MO / Eastern KS)
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(more pictures at the bottom)
CPU: Intel i7-6700K - overclocked to 4.6 GHz on all cores (stock 4 to 4.2 GHz)
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1080 8GB GAMING
Memory: G.Skill TridentZ 32 GB (2 x 16) DDR4-3000 CL14
Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VIII IMPACT Mini ITX
Storage: 400GB Intel 750 Series U.2 SSD + 2TB Samsung 860 EVO SATA SSD
PSU: Corsair SF750 (750W, 80+ Platnium, fully modular)
Cooling: Corsair H100i PRO (240mm AIO water cooling) + Noctua case fans (2x140mm + 2x120mm)
Case: Fractal Define Nano S
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro (fresh reinstall w/ a local account only, so license should transfer with the PC)
Additional Accessories: Power cable, WiFi antenna, misc. extra/leftover parts from build (sata cables, screws, manuals, etc.)
Dimensions: 8" W x 16" L x 14" H
Most of the hardware here is from late 2016 to early 2017, with some pieces being 2-3 years newer (case, cooling, PSU, and the Samsung SSD). Even though it's a few years old now, it was built with higher-end, quality components so it still holds up to modern gaming and other productivity tasks very well. Yes, it can even play Cyberpunk 2077 at roughly 60 FPS on 1080p medium(ish) settings. For anything less demanding it will easily run at 2K+ resolution, 120+ FPS, and/or higher quality settings. I'm just selling because I finally got my hands on an RTX 30-series card
Don't let the overclock scare you either, it's been run that way for years and has remained stable. It doesn't require any extreme voltage (~1.31V) so it maintains sane peak temperatures in the low-mid 70C range. The GPU maintains a similar temperature range as well, even while overclocked. With water cooling, Noctua fans, and a quality enclosure, it doesn't sound like a jet engine trying to maintain those temperatures either.
As for negatives, the GPU is a little noisier than average, exhibiting some faint clicks periodically as it adjusts its fan speeds at lower RPMs (sounds a little like a HDD ... but you can "tune" around this with a custom fan curve with MSI Afterburner or other similar software) and some coil whine under heavy load. That's about it though.
All in all, it's a compact, powerful system that was built and handled with care (including regular cleaning), so it should be able to serve you well for several more years to come.
(if you're wondering about the USB cable on the back, it's for the AIO cooler, because there wasn't another available USB header on the motherboard internally)
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Sold outside of Oppo. Managed to find a buyer from the FB listing much faster than expected.