AVADirect produces and sells very high-end gaming machines using the latest top of the line hardware, and they are well known in the industry. A few months ago, we took a look at a beastly rig with an overclocked 7700K and two GTX 1080 Ti in SLI, but now we are taking a look at a totally different beast.
The Threadripper Battlebox features the 16-core 32-thread 1950X CPU and two GTX 1080 Ti in SLI along with a bunch of other high-end features.
Let's take a look at this PC, and our configuration costs over $6,000, so let's do it!
The Threadripper GeForce Battlebox Ultimate we have uses a Corsair Obsidian 750D, a 1950X, two GTX 1080 Ti Duke OC edition, 32GB of DDR4 memory, a 960 Evo, and a 1TB 850 Evo. You can also see they used a 1000W CPU as well.
The CPU is not overclocked, but the memory is set to run at 2666MHz.
The AVADirect GeForce GTX Battlebox Ultimate AMD X399 starts at $2,699, but our configuration is $6,169.
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