Here is my PC that i have assembled, and if you're wondering,who the hell pairs an athlon 200ge with a water cooler? i can give 3 reasons, 1. at some point down the road i will eventually upgrade to a 3700x, but thats later. 2. Pure aesthetics. 3. See reason 2. I'm working on new (better) one. The upgrades i will probably make are adding an NVMe ssd, upgrading that athlon to a 3700x, and getting myself an RTX 2070 Strix, Along with selling my kraken x52 and replacing it with a dark rock 4. I also got some NZXT stickers to put on the cable management bar. EDIT: I've overclocked my Athlon to 3.9 GHz, and my ram to 3400 MHz. To anyone who doesnt believe me, you can that with a grain of salt
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About temperatures: CPU temps are OK, CPU temps were bad with the stock cooler, so now that I bought a liquid cooler it stays ice cold, could be higher but im satisfied. Only thing that I really don't like is temperature of the VRMs which is hot to the touch and when i run any sort of stress test, the VRMs become a space heater, other than that That will all be fixed with some noctua fans.
Runs as expected, never goes above 48°C, great budget cpu imo, oced stable to 3.95 GHz
spicy, never seen a liquid cooler look better in my life.
does exactly as what its supposed to do, only complaint is that the VRMs run a little hot, but thats no big deal, also the m.2 screw is impossible to remove, i still havent gotten it off yet
perfect, rgb syncs with motherboard too, only complaint is that the heat spreaders are kind of cheaply made out of plastic, but its hard to tell in my case, oced to 3400 MHz stable.
860 evo performance for cheap, quality buy if you ask me.
large amount of storage, its pretty nice, one complaint, it came with over 46682 hours of usage, the equivalent of 1945 days, so over 5.33 years of use in NAS, probably going to get a firecuda or a barracudato replace it, but anyways wtf seagate...
this is probably the best itx case ive seen come around in a while, people say it too large for itx, but its perfect imo
its a power supply, it delivers power, enough said