Has been a long time since I have last assembled a PC.
Been all my professional life working with computers, but for the last many years, all my computers were laptops.
Took this one as a challenge to update me with the latest trends, and as well as a project for me and one of my son’s to learn all the parts that make a computer to work.
This is mostly to be used as a gamer PC and to do some basic work stuff.
All the physical assembly went smooth, and the computer boot successfully at the first attempt.
The following remarks:
- Case: a) More space in the back of the case for cable management would be very much appreciated; b) There are no screws to remove the 5.25” cage…
- Floe Riing RGB 360 TT: a) The length of the aio tube is too short (at least for the way as I installed the radiator…); b) With the radiator installed on top of the case the RGB fans do not have much visibility.
The windows and drivers installation were also very smooth, although, despite I have installed the wireless and ethernet network card drivers (as well as all other ASUS drivers), I still have an unknown network controller in the device manager.
Will shortly update the description with more details including temperatures and performance metrics.
All comments and feedback are welcomed.