Last Fall, we built the most powerful Living Room PC to date. We decked out a LEET Reference to become a workhorse of a system, and the people at CPU Magazine wanted to test it just to see if the hype was real. They were clearly impressed with the functionality and performance this LEET HTPC had to offer.
“The use of liquid cooling is more than just about performance, because STEIGER believes that the most important thing for a living room PC is how quiet it runs. The company co-developed this liquid-cooling setup with Swiftech, and ASUS provides custom UEFIs with increased fan ranges to keep the system nearly silent under most loads.”
“STEIGER DYNAMICS designed this rig to provide us with the best possible LEET Reference. And boy, it’s a powerhouse. This rig sports an Intel Core i7-5960X overclocked to 4GHz, two EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN Z graphics cards in SLI, and 16GB of G.Skill Ripjaws 4 at 2,600MHz. The flagship Intel processor and 16GB of memory help to make this LEET Reference a great tool for video encoding and working from your couch.”
“Once you get this system set up, we think the hardest part might be getting away from the couch.”
Check out the full review for yourself here.
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