This was a no budget enthusiasts build. Theme is blue and white. I have named it "Lion's Pride" simply this is my WoW gaming rig now and FOR the ALLIANCE!
Ryzen 7 1800X water cooled with corsair h150i Push/Pull using enermax rgb 120mm fans (amazing quiet fans). I was able to get the chip OC'd at 3.95 unfortunately can't get it over the 4.0 hump I did not win the cpu lotto. Might wait for next gen 1800s to come out before I try again.
Front 360 120mm 6x's radiator is intake Bottom is 120mm 3x's intake Top is 140mm 3x's exhaust Rear is 140mm exhaust
Gskill Flare X 3200 was able to get it OC'd just over 3200 at 14/14/14. I have it being cooled by corsair's dominator platinum ram cooler
For the psu I currently have rm850i which is well above wattage needed but all the 1000w were taken by miners. So I have a sesonic prime ultra titanium 1000w on backorder....can't wait.
I was able to get lucky and find a decent gpu. I currently have an MSI RX 580 Armor 4g OC at 1750. It never goes above 38 deg Celsius. I was able to convert it to water cooled aio using Corsair h55 and by using nzxt g12 bracket. I added copper heatsinks to vram and also added a 92mm fan to the other side of the card and remounted the gpu's fans from the heatsink verticall...why cause it looks cool. It does the job. I run WoW on ultra maxed out setting and get a consitant ~120fps when in a populated area like Dalaran I run around 80~90fps. I will upgrade when the market prices drop and just waiting for AMD's next gen of gpu's
Running a Samsung 960 Pro nvme m.2 500gb ssd. I had an 850 evo which was fast but heck why not just go to the max. I also was able to find a heatsink for it and it has a tiny fan prob about 17mm lol.
I made a gpu backplate from acrylic and painted the back side white and used a ryzen decal on top Also I made a acrylic back panel the same way and attached a Asus ROG decal and the Alliances Lion decal and some claw marks.
I fit all this into Thermaltake's view71 rgb case with plenty of room left over. I will be adding a custom loop sooner than later I'll post pics.
Using a full Razer peripherals set up as well.
I hope you enjoy it as I do. Let me know what you think. This was my 1st enthusiast build!