Posts by Gold Leader

    Nicely done then again 3D mark 2001 SE Pro B330 is very intel & NVIDIA orientated it's not by far even a neutral program either due to cheats Intel & NVIDIA put in to it, it's a well known fact sadly anything from Future mark I find extremely unreliable. Game tests for what the cards are made for put these cards to a much better justice than some over commercialized program, don't get why people keep using that 3D mark garbage anyways it proves nothing really .

    But bI watched your video looks like you did use the 16 Bit test and not the default 32Bit one,adding specs on what you used would of been helpful as well what CPU type what speed was it a Northwood A, C Prescottt or anything else?
    also what test did you run 1024x768x16 or 1024x768x32 default?

    Such info would be nice if people would add that if they do run that 3D mark nonsense lol
    In the end I never needed tor ely on that unreliable over commercialized software, the games that I play tell me much more on how a Voodoo5 5500 or even a 6000 actually performs, it's the games themself that will tell you all you need to know.

    When the AthlonMP 2200+ came out, I bought it new with a Hercules 3D Prophet 9700 Pro and used the 5500 PCI in the PCI-X slot at 32Bit PCI 66Mhz, the sound card was an Audigy2 Platinum and the mainboard was the ASUS A7M266-D, this was a lovely combination, I too had a Leadtek Winfast A250 TDH which was their GeForce 4 Ti-4600, but still the 9700 Pro was my choice over it in 2002, the Ti-4600 went in my secondary system the AthlonXP 2700+ at the time.
    When a friend of mine show me his Hercules 3D Prophet 8500 AGP 128MB DDR, a Radeon 8500A GP with 128MB 128Bit DDR, this card is what I wished I had back in 2001, all due to Shader Model 1.4 and much better image quality after he showed me and compared, the R200 had a far higher fidelity of colors and much sharper image output, it was as if a gray filter was removed or something, he used a nice EIZO S-2000 S-VPA panel at the time.

    This was also why I went Radeon in 2002 and always favored Radeon over GeForce ever since, even i had tons of GeForce cards some we just too fun to have in that sense, the Gainward GeForce3 Golden Sample Power Pack from 2001 I liked more, as I was able to OC it close to Ti-500 specs without issues, which was this card:

    Probably my favorite GeForce card in a long time, it's Philips ViVo chiip was also nice for 1024x768x32 @ 100Hz Support for 100Hz CRT TV's.
    I used this one for a long time in my Dual P3/EB 1Ghz with the ABiT VP6.

    CryptonNite As for the Athlon64 it came out in October of 2003, intel didn't have much else to compete with it, it's how things happened, so YES! I can compare it to a P4 since that is all what Intel could throw back at it back then and hey it's not my fault Intel had nothing to go against it, sheesh man, calm down for once, no need to burst a lung, it's just computer hardware after all :topmodel:

    But hey you can't have em all ;)

    P4 has poor performance in games though due to the very weak FPU performance something the AthlonXPs have a major advantage over plus the games of that era relied on a very high FPU performance spec.

    P4 was maybe only good at 3D mark, Lame MP3 encoding or other intel/NVIDIA sponsored software, yet the actual games they were 90% of the time far behind.
    Heck I remember using my Hercules 9700 Pro after the Leadtek Ti 4600 and the 9700 pro gave me 5000 extra 3D mark points and this was with an Athlon64 3200+ Clawhammer (1MB L2) and a MSI nForce 3 mainboard, so yea CPU bound ...not entirely a thing with that config.
    SO I am not so sure how you can refer that to a much slower card like the Ti 4600 in general.

    D2X Rebirth 0.58.1 + D2X Retro 1.4X3 is my favored game and the V5 PCI Mac runs it fine at around 90 fps, it's not world shattering but it's OK.
    Here I used WinXP Pro + SP3
    SFFT Alpha 41 modified by ps47 & myself
    Kool Smokey's V. Control 1.82b for control panel.

    Only when I had my AthlonXP 2700+ and the EP-8K3A+ and Hank's 3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A 3700 I got a solid 200 fps at 160x1200x32 so yea using the correct reliable hardware and correct OS + Driver setup you will get waaay more out of a 6K than what these you tubers did.

    This was with Win2K Pro + SP4 & RU 01 for SP4
    SFFT Alpha 41 modified by ps47 & myself

    Descent 3 & UT GOTYE 1999 could be run in 32 Bit Glide mode if using AmigaMerlin 3.1 R1, this driver also alows you to use FSAA x8 a 1600x1200 thanks go to omega Supreme for that find, the same goes for 5000 PCI & 55000 AGP/PCI/PCI mac cards for FSAA x4 and all V4 cards for FSAA x2.
    5000 AGP won't work in SLI mode under NTFS this is still beyond me, but now I think it is Bios related.

    Although I am sure there are plenty other game titles that could of been added, left alone most of us 3dfx die-hards would of made a far better detailed review of any 3dfx card if it comes to that anyway.

    3.6K without OC.

    3D01 is not a good Benchmark.

    What system specs did you use with that test run?

    Did you run in default 32 bit or change it to 16Bit?
    LTT did default te4st at 32 Bit as did I.

    If it's a Core 2 Quad or something like that, then it's just the CPU getting the score and not the card, the card just displays what is seen on screen but it won't offer much good, the V5 forms a bottleneck beyond the AthlonXP 3000+ area, around there it won't matter if having a faster CPU because the CPU is doing all the work.

    If a YT'er would do a proper review of a Voodoo5 6000 why not test the card in games that were made for it, my list would surely be a lot different than that of others but at least i would of been era correct for the least of it:

    For 3dfx Glide API these:

    Aliens Versus Predator 1998
    Descent 3 1.5 Beta
    Freespace 2
    Falcon 4.0 + Free Falcon 3.2
    Flanker 2.0 + 2.51 3dfx V4/V5 patch
    Unreal Tournament GOTYE 1999
    Diablo II
    Mech Warrior 3

    For OpenGL these:

    Quake II + Lithium Pack II
    Quake III Arena 3dfx Motion Blur test demo
    Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
    Return to Castle Wolfenstein 2001
    Call of Duty 1.51 + United Offensive


    for Direct 3D these:

    Star Wars Dark Forces II Jedi Knight + Mysteries of the Sith
    Star Wars X-Wing Alliance + Dark Sabre's X-Wing Alliance Update 2.1d
    Soldier of Fortune 1
    Star Wars Episode I: Racer Half Life 2 in D3D mode
    Home World
    Aquanox 1 & 2

    I am sure you guys have other titles in mind, just less popular ones would be nice.
    LTT doesn't lack money or time to do something decent so far the review from Gamers neus & LTT disappointed me due to low coverage and lo knowledge all due to how to treat the cards and by using the incorrect setups as hardware & OS go, mainly OS as they both used an EPoX mainboard with the KT333, chipset only CPU & OS choice was not so merry left alone the drivers they used rofl

    My Parhelia AGP 256MB DDR supported all 21 tests and gave me 6874 points of course this one has no 3D acceleration support issues regarding to 3D Mark 2001 SE Pro B330.

    Even tho a Dual Opteron 250 CG would be a more proper home for this card type, the AthlonXP 2200+ was the clear bottleneck.

    So out of pure curiosity I too ran Mad Onion's 3D Mark 2001 SE Pro B330 with my V5 PCI Mac in my AthlonXP 2200+ only using the EPoX EP-8K7A+ which has the AMD 761 North Bridge and the VIA 686B South Bridge, personally I find this chipset much snappier than the VIA Apollo KT333 which the EPoX EP-8K3A+ has.

    My score at 1024x768x32 as default run gave me in a first run 2154 Points as seen here:

    That 3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A 3700 that Ross C.T. lend out to LTT only did 2614 or something in that range, barely 500 points more than my V5 PCI Mac... I really think that card is damaged as the previous owner used it in a TYAN Thunder K7 Pro which you can see here:

    TYAN Thunder K7 Pro will damage the card over time, the damage is permanent.

    That V6K is damaged it should of scored around 80 a 85% more points so roughly 1246 Points more for a score of 3400 points, this is what a healthy 6K would do with an AthlonXP 2200+. maybe a bit less but at least 3000 a 3100 points.
    I Seen 6K results score around 3700 points if using an AthlonXP 3000+ so yea, 2614 isn't much ya know, if my V5 PCI mac comes so close to it.
    it doesn't add up.

    The only major difference was the mainboard used, I used the EPoX EP-8K7A+ which has the AMD 761 NB and the VIA VT686B SB as where that 6K setup from Linus Sebastian uses the VIA Apollo KT333 NB and the VIA VT8233A SB, CPU wise both used an AthlonXP 2200+ these run 1.8Ghz by default with a 266Mhz FSB, a 5500 AGP in my setup would do around 2200 a 2300 points more or less, it's hit or miss really.

    If that card was not damaged the score would of been a lot higher, this test run I made with my V5 PCI Mac was done to find this out.

    Just forget that Video. Sorry.

    How he handles the Card, look at the PSU, it seams he just took a old one. Srsly?

    No Glide games....

    Agreed for starters its NOT 4 four GPU's it's four rasterizer chips , not one 3dfx graphics chip had an on die geometry Processor for T&L effects something S3's Savage 2000 did have as well as ATi's R6 Radeon & NVIDIA's NV10 for GeForce 256.

    Seeing them test 3D Mark 2001 SE B330 was disappointing this test is worthless and doesn't do the card any types of justice.
    Test the games it's made for running or Falcon 4.0 + Free Falcon 3.2, Flanker 2.0 + 3dfx V5 patch 2.51, Star Wars Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight, Quake II + expansions, Descent3 + mercenary, Freespace 2 the list goes on, there ar e a ton of games he could of tested to put this card to it's actual potential.

    Also this is the card I found for that one guy name d SWZSSR / Retro Dee, and the other 3 a 4 names they used... within 3 days via osckhar, it's the old card from Markus.
    The little heatsinks on the rear are burnt copper heatsinks by EnzoTech, anyone can apply those, nothign specal thatw as needing pointing out.
    it's also just a Rev.A 3700 nothing rare about this card, rarest models are these which my friend omega_supreme owns

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A 3900 (1 of 2 in the world) Functional

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A3 3400 (1 of 7 in the world) Functional

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A2 2600 (1 of 10 in the world) Functional

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A1 1500 (1 of 6 in the world) Functional

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A1 1500 (1 of 6 in the world) Non-Functional, but not repairable

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev.A0 0700 (1 of 4 in the world) Non-Functional, but repairable

    And there is this one as well, which is the rarest 3dfx card out there as this is the only existing in the world:

    3dfx Voodoo5 6000 AGP 128MB Rev. 49-4199 Concept Design
    The infamous 1999 Comdex Board

    So when I see Rev.A 3700 reviewers talk about their cards being ultra rare, I always need to giggle and point them out that the Rev.A 3700 is the most common of all Voodoo 5 6000's out there, just saying.
    and along side these there are much more interesting cards that can cost less as well Anthony's cards I would strongly recommend for those that want to try out a Voodoo5 6000 his Snow White cards as well as his S.U.X. 6000 series and the Strange God Series are the best choices imo to go for.

    And if you have a V5 PCI or AGP or even a V5 PCI mac like I do never feel left out even for all other 3dfx based cards.
    At least us 3dfx owners don't have to rely on crappy emulators, which i always the real deal in the end, no matter what kind of Voodoo you use.

    I broke my old record in C&C Red Alert 2 + Yuri's Revenge & Purple Alert 4.10.28 mod with 10.5K points after a 20+ hour run with the AthlonXP 2200+ and it's Parhelia AGP 256MB DDR :)

    Here the final score:

    the system ran dead stable for them 20 hours, Backfire the recap with them Japan made Panasonic capacitors is really paying off well :)

    yea Slot A Is slow lie Pentium3 is, but to answer their questions yes it will work.
    I'd avoid Barton and stick with Thoroughbred-B instead , smaller dies they have a smaller chance of cracking, this was a major issue when it cae to Barton die's they are more vulnerable.

    Also it's the EP-8K3A/8K3A+ you'd actually want for best stability, the EP-8K5A series I found very unstable even after recaps [...]

    For the Bartons and T-Breads you can use one of these metal "protectors". I forgot the name... :D

    By replacing the capacitors you may fix some problems but changing one thing may change some other things unwanted.

    Oh yea weren't they from copper or something or Aluminum I remember now yea haha xD
    They had a special name, like a spacer or something forgot what it was tho, as recaps go yea that can do a lot of good, Backfire is my go to guy for those things :)

    Could of been the 3 8K5A2+ boards I had needed recaps but I can't know from the other 5 reports I got from them, back when I had the 6K from hank himself I stuck with the board he advised me which was the EPoX EP-8K3A+, an other good board was the 8K7A+ with the AMD 761 NB the one I am using now actually, the one that uses the VIA Apollo KT266A is also a decent choice, EP-8KHA+ I think it was, max CPU that supported was the AthlonXP 2600+ Thoroughbred B with 266mhz FSB, you could also use AthlonMP 2800+ which also has the 266Mhz FSB.

    But agreed recaps saves lives.

    i can confirm that the GA-7IXE4 runs fine with the V5 6k replica. It is not Slot A but the 751 Chipset ;)

    Oh interesting so this is a Socket A board then, hmm maybe there is a Bios for AthlonXP 2100+ Palomino support, not sure if the AMD 751 chipset was given support for to see as it comes to Socket A though.
    Might be worth looking in to, as that a 2100+ is pretty decent for a Voodoo5 6000 based card, not the best choice, but still pretty decent.

    i'd stay with via kt333 as it's the most compatibe and the whole socket 462 platform is much more close to old good i440 bx than intel hub based chipsets. the only drawbacks are naked cpu chip and bad cpu cooler mount.

    Not all KT333 boards like the 6K only a few like from EPoX, MSI and Soyo also has one the KT333 Dragon Ultra or what they named it.
    Just make sure the KT333 NB revision is D or E and then you're mostly in good hands.

    The EP-8K5A2/A3+ series were for my rev.A 3700 very unstable as where the EP-8K3A+ was rock solid the same for the MSI KT3 Ultra, yet others also witnessed instabilities with the MSI board, so it was not really recommended in that sense.

    The ASUS A7V333-R is also a solid KT333 board but no post with all Voodoo5 6000 revisions.

    Not sure how it is with your reverse engineered cards Anthony, but I would compare them to that of the Rev.A 3700 or rev.A 3900 as mainboard compatibility goes, just avoid using Tyan 760 MPX boards, these will permanently damage the Voodoo5 6000 over a long period of time, people that ignore this well it's totally on them then, I can't educate everyone and I know there are a few that ignore our advice's on such things.

    But if using PCI variants you'll have more success when testing in boards that may not do well with AGP variants, that would be just my conclusion on the matter though.

    yea Slot A Is slow like Pentium3 is, but to answer their questions yes it will work.
    I'd avoid Barton and stick with Thoroughbred-B instead , smaller dies they have a smaller chance of cracking, this was a major issue when it cae to Barton die's they are more vulnerable.

    As for Cheap EPoX boards? none of the KT333 boards from EPoX are cheap, you can blame the capitalists for that crap lol, this is more of a jest to me than something realistic, some pipe dream in that kind of sense.
    my friends from Argentina can surely back me on thatl, cheap EPoX.... yea.. right :/

    Also it's the EP-8K3A/8K3A+ you'd actually want for best stability, the EP-8K5A series I found very unstable even after recaps, as the Rev.A 3700 goes, same goes for the Rev.A3 3400 and Rev.A2 2600, these didn't works table with the 8K5A2, but ran issue free on the 8K3A+, be careful on what boards you'd recommend to people, not all KT333 boards worked with the 6K even the ones with the correct KT333 Revisions Rev D & Rev E that being.

    When I made the Voodoo5 6000 owners list owners of Voodoo5 6000's told me this experience themselves so I took note of it, that being a total of 85 people back then, not sure how many there are now.

    Hat irgendwer schonmal ne replica auf einem Slot A Mainboard mit and 751 Chipsatz getestet?

    The Micro-Star International MS6195 K7 Pro should work, I have this board in use it is rock solid with Bios V1.8, here my baord which has caps from SANYO & OSCOMP:

    Will it work sure, but will it give you optimal performance, no it won't an AMD AThlonXP 2000+ or greater if you want a required speed spec, but I'd definitely stick with an AthlonXP 2200+ or greater if going the Voodoo5 6000 route.

    This board supports all AMD K7 revisions, Orion, Pluto, Argon & Thunderbird, 500Mhz - 1000Mhz.

    An other good alternative is this Micro ATX version of it which I still have laying here backhand:

    Micro-Star International MS6191 the K7 Mini I nick name it, not sure if it has an actual name tho.

    They both have AGP 3.3v support and AGP x1/x2 support.

    oh yea damn, well you're a first to have a DVI on a Quad SLI VSA-100 setup, does the same happen with the HDMI as well?
    As AGP goes imo PCI is the best interface as it offers 33Mhz & 66Mhz PCI bus modes and it's ideal to use alongside a main graphics card.

    Matrox Parhelia AGP universal 256MB DDR + 3dfx Voodoo5 5500 PCI Macintosh is the setup I am using now, this is the advantage of having a PCI card type, it gives you more headroom for use.

    the new board cooling solution:

    Hah yea that works :) and for those that want a RGB fan on it I am sure there are options for that as well :topmodel:
    Looks like a fan from Scythe btw, nice short card too, looks like an AAlchemy 4116, but shorter, or a half AAlchemy 8164 per example, very nice ya figured it out, seeing it has DVI and HDMI as well, I know that Dual chip VSA-100 works with the DVI like the V5 PCI Mac cards can, were you able to get 4 VSA-100's working with the DVI as well?

    Or was that a limitation to DVI it's self that Quad SLI config would not work?

    Vielen Dank Backfire für die Komplett-Restauration meiner V5 5500 PCI, ich bin äußerst zufrieden!

    Danke auch an Tweakstone für den initialen Tipp, das machen zu lassen, auch wenn es schon einige Zeit her ist.

    Dauert immer ein wenig, bis ich in die Puschen komme zurzeit ;), stelle dann demnächst auch endlich mal meine Systeme vor.

    Beste Grüße und bis bald!

    Nice work on the DVI mod there Backfire It's identical to my 5500 PCI Mac actually right down to the Silicon Image chip.
    Always good to see these mods are going as they should be going :respekt::respekt::topmodel:

    Here my original 3dfx Voodoo5 5500 PCI Macintosh 64MB Rev.A1 2900 for the reference :)

    Good to see more successful DVI upgraded 5500 PCI users here, maybe I could make a list of all original 5500 PCI Mac owners and add a list of all 5500 PCI with DVI Upgrade owners; idea?

    So here it finally is again, I managed to buy this one via ebay in Austria for 35 euros + 15 Eur shipping totaling a nice 50 Euros it's like new mint condition;

    This card was a steal of a deal for a billion words especially when it comes to ebay finds like this one, just one of them rare miraculous finds.

    The previous owner cared a lot for it, ideal because this is the card my dad used to have and I have a lot of good memories of it also why I hunted one done for the past 3 years, but gladly was able to find this gem back.

    So I was able to renovate this card back to it's new state and I will test it later this week in my AMD OpteronMP 6140 D1 system with Windows 7 and the AMD Crimson Beta 16.2.1 drivers, same driver set I used for the R900 Antilles Driver test board.

    So yea fun times upcoming for sure and an other lost card readded to my Radeon Collection.

    So here the card before and after cleaning treatment:

    Here the box:

    Here the components of the main inner and secondary inner boxes, I also added the Dirt 2 game pamphlet and a DVI to VGA convertor to make it 100% complete:

    Here the card PCB after I cleaned it:

    Here the PCB with the retention bracket applied:

    All nice and shiny :)

    Here a nice dieshot of the ATi RV870 XT Cypress GPU, before and after I applied the Noctua NH-TQ thermal compound:

    Here the card in it's fully cleaned state:

    Here with my scale 1:35 Acrocanthosaurus atokensis model by PNSO: Acro doe!

    Hereby an other nice Radeon GPU added for my collection :)

    Enjoy the photos 8)

    Here something nice to add to this build log, yesterday I recently upgraded the system with a new graphics card because the Nitro+ RX Vega 64 gave random no signal input errors with the monitor, I refitted the V64 a few times it sometimes worked but then again it happened again, but hey it's been a 6 year ride so I went out and bought this new card.

    it wasn't cheap because nothing is, due to the 21% VAT and the high inflation where I live I paid 733 Eur incl shipping the card stand alone was 705 Eur, then again seeing it how it easily beats that new RTX 4070 easily, I think I still made a good deal with this one, the RX 6900 XT Nitro & Toxic Air cooled cards were over 940 euros as well and that wasn't something I felt like doing, because those are only 8 to 10% faster,. not worth to pay up even more for a damn graphics card, it's not USA where I live it's the Netherlands one of the most expensive countries when it comes to graphics cards, ah well I really didn't care since i needed a new one anyway, thus I wanted something that will last me 6 years also why I choose Sapphire's Nitro livery 8)

    With all of that put aside, here it is then , my long awaited graphics card upgrade that gladly replaced Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 64!

    So here the box to start off with:

    it seems a normal Nitro+ RX 6800 XT box was used and Special Edition decals were applied to it, I found out after reading the rear on the box that the card has 3x Display Port and 1x USB< while this being the Special Edition it actually has 2x Display Port, 1x USB Type C & 1x HDMI instead, seems that Sapphire ran out of original SE boxes and used the normal ones instead and applied decals showing it's the SE model rofl, fora collector like me this is an interesting twist.

    Seeing the work the Sapphire box artists did for the box art also was an eye opener, I remember in the old days box arts were always fancy looking, this one surely was a surprise to see as well, it's not too over done yet it's stylish and dynamic.

    This card is also a nice add to my Sapphire Nitro collection likewise.

    So far I am very satisfied with this upgrade, it's rock solid it's silent and dead stable with AMD drivers 22.4.1 WHQL, it's not he latest and greatest RDNA technology, but for the games I run this was the perfect move to make, the USB Type C connector will also play a large role when I get a Valve Index VR headset, it's a 10 GBPS connector which is ideal for such things.

    The 16GB 256Bit GDDR6 VRAM interface is also fantastic, having a large frame buffer and more than the 12GB NV offered is also an importance for me, in 6 years time 12GB may give issues, but 16GB will not, I upgrade every 6 years so the performance leap from the previous to the new replacement is always massive, which just makes it more worth while, these Nitro+ liveries have the better quality components compared to the reference cards as well, so that too plays a large important role, With Smart Access Memory aka SAM enabled which none of the reviewers even use in their tests this card can outpace a RTX 3090 easily as well, AMD has done a solid job as drivers go, I have friends that have this card and they too are very satisfied with theirs just as I am with mine, without SAM it's 15% faster than the RTX 3080 12GB, more than enough for my doings, in 6 a 7 years time I'll see what the market has to offer by then.

    Then again not all games like SAM like VR Chat for example, which is a game I play mostly so for that reason I have that feature mostly disabled.
    it would be nice if you could enable and disable SAM via windows instead of always going in to the Bios.

    Here the card it's self after it came out of the packaging with protectors for the a PCI-E connector and the 4 display in puts, 2x Display port, 1x USB type C & 1x HDMI, always nice to see that graphics card vendors add these:

    Here more detailed shots of the card:

    Here a photo I used to make when I used EVGA GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature Editions as well as the EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2, thought I'd do the same for this Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6800 XT Special Edition like wise :S

    Packed out very well, the model is a Favorite Kinto resin of a "Spinosaurus aegyptiacus", one of my favorite Dinus alongside "Acrocanthosaurus atokensis" which I will keep for an other new gen graphics card sometime in the future 8)

    DINUS! :topmodel::spitze:

    Here the system cleaned after 3 hours of work, it did pay off thought and the card installed of course!

    And here with all the lights on, all running greatly and the final specs of this awesome build !


    1x 12 Core AMD Ryzen 9 5900X

    1x Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4

    Noctua NF-12 PWM , an extra 120mil fan for the CPU cooler

    Gigabyte Aorus B550 Elite AX V2 for Socket AM4

    4x 8GB Corsair Vengeance RGB RT 32GB PC-28800 aka DDR4-3600

    Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6800 XT Special Edition PCI-E 16GB 256Bit GDDR6 :hre::topmodel:

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster X AE-5 Plus Dedicated sound card for 32 bit digital Audio with 384khz sound quality for games, music & films

    Realtek ALC 1200 for Sennheiser PC-360 G4ME Headset

    Corsair Force3 240GB SSD as main boot disk

    Micron Crucial MX500 2TB SSD as game disk

    Plextor PX-950SA BluRay RW Drive for Single & Dual Layer BR disk

    Lian Li TYR PC-X2000B + Lian Li W-X2000B Window kit both 1 of 200 made worldwide

    SeaSonic Platinum X 1000 EPS 12V + 24V PSU

    iiyama Red Eagle G-Master GB2770QSU-B1 27" IPS panel with a 16:9 aspect ratio for a max native Reso of 2560x1440x32 @ 165Hz

    Windows 10 Professional x64 UK Version 21H2.

    AMD Adrenalin 23.4.1 WHQL for Win10