Sapphire VEGA 64 GPU + AMD 1800X CPU+ AORUS AX370-GAMING K7 Motherboard
Including the highly sought after AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 Graphics Card from Sapphire, packing a phenomenal 4096 stream processors, along with 8 Gigabytes of the latest HBM2 Memory, this is the bleeding-edge graphics technology you need to play the latest games at high resolutions & refresh rates.
Coupled with AMD’s flagship RYZEN 7 Processor; the RYZEN 7 1800X, featuring a huge 8 Cores & 16 Threads, alongside the AX370-GAMING K7 Motherboard from premium gaming brand AORUS, powered by respected manufacturer; GIGABYTE, gaming will never be the same again.
All RYZEN 7 CPUs are primed for Overclocking with their unlocked CPU multiplier, & the RYZEN 7 1800X delivers a 3.6GHz base clock, with 4.0GHz Turbo, offering exceptional performance out of the box, with the room to push it further.
Pairing it with the AX370-GAMING K7 from AORUS, using the X370 chipset ensures maximum expandability & support so you'll get the best possible gaming or overclocking experience with Zen. Features • Includes the exceptional 8GB Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 Graphics Card with HBM2 memory & 4096 Stream Processors.
• Includes the latest AMD RYZEN 7 1800X Unlocked 8 Core 'Zen' Processor.
• Also includes the High Performance GIGABYTE AORUS AX370-GAMING K7 Motherboard with X370 chipset, SLI/CrossFire Support, M.2 slot, U.2 connector, USB 3.1 Gen2 Type A+C, & brilliant RGB Fusion Lighting.
Please note: This CPU is NOT SUPPLIED with a heatsink/cooler.
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