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We first started off with putting the CPU in its place and the fan for it, after that we put the spacers in for the motherboard while that was being done we put the RAM sticks in. After doing all of that we put the motherboard in and screwed it on once we got done with that it was onto the power supply that I accidentally had upside-down so we went ahead and fixed that. Then it was onto plugging everything in we got the Graphics card in then it was CORD MANAGEMENT after the process of that all the fans worked fine nothing failed everything runs great new updates will come as soon as my 2TB hard drive comes in for my OS but mainly this computer will be used for everyday work and games. In the last photo the power supply is correctly put in and the RAM corsair box is from my brother but the RAM is GeIL he gave me his old RAM sticks.

updates: new computer screen, new SSD and new keyboard anything else I added was either there or never added till i got new parts speakers were there before the build

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  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

How's the performance? Any changes you would've made or currently plan?

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

i want a few changes i would love to do on this build is the fans in the front i want changed to the 140mm then i want all of them blue Add some solid state drives because i want more space probably 2 more hard drives also need a new computer screen maybe a 27" monitor

The performance is great though i had to get MSI afterburner like always to work with my fans while playing games ghost recon wildlands runs at a good 63C to 65C and my PC has been to 70*C once and hasn't been there since i changed my fan settings but overall it runs perfect.

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

my PC run's at a steady 30C to 32C