Description

Created this build last month. Was my second build from the ground up and honestly, I think it came out great. Cable management inside the case isn't as good as I'd like but I'm also not very good at it :). Primarily used for gaming and light streaming. Overall, I am happy with it and think it came out pretty good. Hope you guys enjoy it.

Part Reviews

Memory

It's ram not much to say. RGB is well done which is the main reason to get this exact ram kit. Just beware this RAM kit is very large. So make sure when you are getting your cpu cooler you account for the clearance needed to fit this RAM kit under it. I ordered a dark pro 4 air cooler and had to go out the same day to buy a different cpu cooler. It was my fault for not reading the looking into this before buying.

Storage

Excellent SSD. Very affordable and I believe it to be the best bang for your buck in the SSD market. I always can rely on Western Digital to give a quality product.

Video Card

Excellent GPU. I game at 1440p and it has run every game I have thrown at it flawlessly. I have yet to find a game where I can't get at least 90fps at this resolution. Easy to overclock and the aesthetics are amazing. PLUS The RGB is a beautiful thing ;)

Comments

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

hi i was wondering if you could drop the price to 1700

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

You could definitely manage to get this around $1700. Depending on what you plan on using it for. You could cut the 1tb SSD to a $500 gb, it would save you about $40. Also could change i9 9900k to i7 9700k, I think the i9 is a little overkill but I didn't want to upgrade my CPU for a good while. That alone would save you another $100. Also, with the launch of the rtx 2070 super, you are getting almost the same performance as a 2080 but are spending only $500 compared to $700 of the RTX 2080. Really, it just depends on what you are willing to give up and what performance you are looking for. Hope this helps bud!

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

How Do you have 2 spots at the top of the case for fans?

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

That's the design for the case. It's so you could mount the radiator above the motherboard if you wanted. However, because my motherboard was larger it wouldn't fit so I put the case fans above and the radiator at the front of the case.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I think he asked because that case only has one opening, i literally just got mine today and it only has 1 opening in the top haha, its the same case as yours

edit: also, could you please tell me what fans are those? they look awesome

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

What fans are those and are you using a controller or are they plugged into the mobo?