Welcome to Deadpool’s Bloodbath where the scenery is bloody and violent. This PC was vigorously planned and engineered by an Asian and Indian to create this powerful machine that will become a piece of artwork and also a gaming rig. Not everyone can wield such power from a mid-budget gaming PC where it’s insane speed and performance will shock those who challenge the almighty Deadpool’s Bloodbath.
CPU The CPU I nearly chose was an I5 8400 due to its popularity among builders. However I wanted to go with something different but also a tough competitor against the 8400. The Ryzen 5 2600 is a fantastic CPU that can be overclocked to your desire. My max boost was 4.15 GHz and temperatures was real low than expected from 50-60C.
Motherboard This was a bizarre choice however it can be solved in some steps. The motherboard requires a first gen Ryzen CPU to do a BIOS update so you would be anle to use the second gen. AMD does also hand out kits to update your BIOS if you have a B350 motherboard if you have a second gen Ryzen CPU for free. I chose this motherboard because it was cheap and I couldn’t resist on getting that RGB strip mounted on the motherboard for the looks.
Memory HyperX is one of my favourite brands currently and that it still is after using the HyperX Fury RAM sticks. The sleek black and cheap price is undeniably a great budget memory for your PC. The reason why I didn’t choose 16GB was that I though it was too expensive right now, and that I didn’t need that much GB because I only game and do some school-work.
Storage Simple Seagate Barracuda 1TB Hard-drive that is used to keep my documents and games. The Kingston UV400 SSD is a great budget SSD that is used to for quicker Windows start and some other games that I require for quick access. The colour was meant to stand out on the side of my PC, where it matches the heat-pipes in my GPU and any other metallic parts.
GPU The most expensive but also the most important part of this build. This bad boy is one of the best mid-range budget GPU that can give great resolutions when gaming. The colour of the MSI GTX 1060 is the matching combo in this PC build that includes a back-plate and a RGB logo (unfortunately there is no rotation through every colour from what I tried). The GPU has a gorgeous twin TORX fans that are super silent. In Fortnite with max settings, I average with 130FPS which is very high for modern games. In conclusion this GPU is strongly recommended if you are choosing to build a colour theme (excluding RGB).
Case NZXT S340 Elite Black/Red is an absolute beast in term of the full side panel temper glass, great cable management, colour choices, VR compatible, stylish designs and a free NZXT Puck used for cable management or holding your headset. Although this case maybe expensive and other brands have cheap cases, this case is totally worth it and that it is popular among many PC enthusiasts.
PSU It is a PSU that definitely won't explode because it is built by Corsair ;).
Case Fans The Thermal-take fans are amazingly good due to its quiet and well built design. I would say I am a big "fan" of Thermal-take's fans.
Overall, I'm glad that the build turned out to be amazing and has little trouble in performance and lighting wise. Recommend anyone who wants to use the parts I had used for my build in their desires. Thanks for checking out my build ¯_(ツ)_/¯