Just got some +AMD
Radeon RAM and 480GB R7 SSD from +Newegg.com
for my AMD RedTeam+ Radeon Rig Build.
#AMDRTP #AMD #RadeonRig #Radeon
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Awesome Ben 🙂 My order went through, i should have pair of 480's waiting at home for me
Sweet! I went with 8GB RAM for now cause I'm gonna cannibalize 8 from my other rig that current has 24GB (16GB Gamer and 8GB Performance) for 16GB in this.
When I can, I'm gonna get another 16GB Gamer Series RAM and take the 16GB from my existing rig to make 32GB.
I have some RAM I love how it looks
I didn't know AMD made SSDs. Are the rebranded or manufactured by them?
They are made by OCZ
Benedict, what the heck do you do that you get these awesome components?
+Benjamin Goddard I actually got these myself. But other components are provided to me because I am an AMD RedTeam+ Member. We are a group of AMD Advocates.
I'm a AMD fan and never got anything
There's only 6 of us on RedTeam+
How do I join lol
+Patrick Saimesier we were hand selected by AMD.
+Nikhil M They are also the fastest SSDs on the market right now — toppling Samsung's drives.
That's exactly what I'm gonna do with my ram 🙂 great minds think alike 😉
They look pretty cool.
Ordered my fx 6300 today
Hey, it's you and your powerful hardware again…
+christopher gonzalez Would you be a kind soul and connect that FX-6300 to World Community Grid when you get it? I find it saddening that only a minority of PC gamers connect their powerful CPUs to the grid to help solve real world problems when it only takes a few minutes of their time to set up.
+Michael Murphy well I would but care to explain what that is exactly ?
+Michael Murphy maybe it's like a distributed computing system. Like Folding at home
Check this link for distributed computing. It really is a great way to put your PC to good use when you aren't using it. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/10-ways-to-donate-your-cpu-time-to-science/
+christopher gonzalez http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/