The Henry Cavill PC Build: The Superman PC Build
PC Gaming has increased due to the Quarantine and this result increase in the PC Master Race members OH YEAH! PC Roxxx. On 16th July 2020, our great legend the one and only Henry Cavilla.k.a. The Superman has posted the video on Instagram for the PC Build and most of our user is curious to the part for the build. So let's dig in.....
Motherboard For the Motherboard, it is Asus Crosshair VIII Hero which is the great Motherboard with the great RGB lights which all the gamers need rather than FPS 😂. The Socket is x570 *Yes Henry Loves AMD RIP Intel * which is great for the NVlink for the RTX and SLI for the GTX *Who use GTX card bro* and has the PCIe 4.0, 16 power stages, OptiMem III, 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2 what how much it cost then and the answer is ₹36,327.
Let's check some interesting features of the Asus Crosshair VIII Hero.
AMD AM4 socket: Ready for 2nd, and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processors and up to two M.2 drives, USB 3.2 Gen2, and AMD StoreMI to maximize connectivity and speed.
Comprehensive thermal design: Active chipset heatsink, M.2 aluminum heatsink, and ROG Cooling Zone.
Robust power delivery: Designed power solution with 14+2 IR3555 PowIRstages, ProCool II power connectors, microfine alloy chokes, and 10K Japanese-made black metallic capacitors.
High-performance networking: On-board Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) with MU-MIMO support, 2.5 Gbps Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet, both with ASUS LANGuard protection, and support for GameFirst V software.
5-Way Optimization: Automated system-wide tuning, providing overclocking and cooling profiles that are tailor-made for your rig.
DIY Friendly Design: Pre-mounted I/O shield, ASUS SafeSlot, BIOS flashback, and premium components for maximum endurance.
Unmatched personalization: ASUS-exclusive Aura Sync RGB lighting, including RGB headers and addressable Gen 2 RGB headers.
Industry-leading ROG audio: ROG SupremeFX S1220 is combined with the venerable ESS® ES9023P to deliver high-fidelity audio to headsets and exotic cans.
Source: Techie Consumer