I had a previous gaming pc that I built over 5 years ago. It was finally time for me to upgrade as I had been saving money over the summer to build a new pc. I wanted to build something that would be able to handle anything at 1080p and also be able to upgrade later on if I needed too.
With that being said I decided to choose the Ryzen 7 3700x because I did want to stream in the future and having the extra cores and threads would be a plus.
Everything else is pretty much explanatory and I am super happy with my build.
Currently my cpu temps are in the mid 40C at idle and under stress it maxed out at 76C.
Amazing CPU for the price. If you want to multitask while gaming this is definitely the CPU to go with.
Great AIO with an easy installation for my first time. Keep my CPU nice and cool
Overkill motherboard for even my 7 3700x. Do not need to buy a x570 motherboard when you can just buy one of these. Easy to use bios and a plus for the error code display
Nice and simple design. Easy to get 3200mhz and 16gb is enough for what I need it for.
Very fast SSD. But looking back, I would probably just go with the 970 EVO m.2.
Regular hdd. Great for storing my memes
Good GPU for all the games I want to run at 1080p. Looking back I would have wanted to get a 2070 or 2060 super. But I got it for $180 from a friend and it runs fine. Definitely do not get this brand new.
Actually got the h510i, but it is a very nice and clean looking case. A little bit hard to work with regarding the psu shroud and the drive bay, but I make do. Nice cable managing and the movable radiator bracket is very helpful.
Great PSU so far haven't had any troubles.
With the new CAM software update (August 28) being able to control fans and look at temps have been much easier than before. Highly recommend these fans as they are very nice rgb wise and also pull air well.