I'm new to the PC building community, so comments from experienced builders critiquing it would be nice. Any recommendations for improvements would be much appreciated. Peace ✌️
honestly you did everything right, you may be new but there is nothing offensive about this build at all. Sensible parts and put together nicely. The only changes i would ever consider is maybe picking up a beefier cpu cooler to overclock, but that is nitpicking. Eventually if you want to upgrade by adding additional storage (but that depends, if all you do is play 5 games and browse the internet then who am i to judge) a free sync monitor might be in order (and they are 90 bucks online) Even then you don't need it. those are all things you can add at a later time with 0 consequence or dollars wasted. nice job with the build
Thanks for the feedback! I plan on getting a hard drive at some point, I left it out because you can only carry luggage without tax out of the US to to a certain point in price. I might get a different cooler depending if I feel the need to overclock it. Peace ✌️
I like the whole setup here.
That thing under your desk...that a real acarde game machine or "just" a foot rest?
It's real. It's a mini pc full of emulators
Nice! It deserves a better place than below the desk.
Phenomenal build, Good cable management (especially for ketchup and mustard cables) and overall a really nice clean design with a good color scheme. One thing I might recommend is overclocking the ram to 2933 (not xmp) if you can as it will create a noticeable difference for ryzen. (Atleast it did for my 2600)
It looks like your gpu is in the wrong pcie slot. I could be wrong or it's just the picture but I've never seen a motherboard that uses the bottom slot for the pcie 3.0. Might look into it.
saw that a few weeks later lol. thanks for the concern